- Never recreate the logo or any of its elements.
You must always use the master artwork provided.
Do not squash or distort the logo.
Don’t just grab a logo off the website (like the one above) to use on printed items, it is too low quality. Download the correct logo below
Logo Use and Guidelines
Please refer to Australian Logo Use Guidelines for when determining which logo you should be using.
Award Units please download and refer to the Award Unit Logo Guidelines HERE
Permission for use of the “proud to” logos must be obtained through contacting the following :
Download Logos HERE
Brand and Style Guides
Please refer to the IAF Brand Guidelines for correct reference to and execution of the brand elements.
The Award must be referred to as “The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award – Australia” in the first instance with reference thereafter as either “the Award” or “The Duke of Ed” being acceptable.
Since the establishment of Award in Australia in 1959 the following names have been used
The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme (1950’s to 1970s)
The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award in Australia (1980 to 2013)
CURRENT: The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award – Australia
The names and trademarks ‘The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award – Australia’, ‘The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Young Australian Challenge’ and the names of any related companies and those trademarks described above, (together the DEIA Marks) may not be used without prior approval of the National Award Authority.
All uses of DEIA Marks must comply with the guidelines set out in Schedule 3.0 of the Governance Policy. The DEA Marks may not be used in any other form or adapted in any way. No DEIA Mark may be used with or appear in close proximity to another trade mark without the National Award Authority’s prior written approval
For more information including high res logos and permission to use materials please contact the National Office on (02) 8241 1500 [prompt 3] OR email email@example.com