The Queensland Government Coat of Arms should be used on all printed or electronic materials associated with North Stradbroke Island Economic Transition Strategy projects.

All materials should be emailed to the This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for approval before printing/publishing.

Please allow five business days for the approval of collateral.

Using the Coat of Arms

The Coat of Arms is available in maroon, black and white, and in various file formats to fit the intended purpose.

The Coat of Arms should appear in the bottom right-hand corner of all materials. If there is more than one funding contributor, place the logos equally spaced and sized along the bottom of the collateral. For example, if there are two contributors, place the Queensland Government Coat of Arms in the bottom right-hand corner and the other contributor in the bottom left. If there are three contributors, place the third in the middle bottom.

Description Image Type Mono Mono reverse Maroon
Option 1: two-line stacked logo (preferred)
Preferred logo for all printed and electronic communication.

Minimum size 20mm high
Queensland Government Coat of Arms - mono two-line stacked EPS 463 KB 435 KB 490 KB
JPG 783 KB   457 KB
PNG 17 KB 17 KB 157 KB
Option 2: Two-line side stacked
This option is preferred when displayed alongside other side stacked logos.

Minimum size 15 mm high
Queensland Government Coat of Arms - two-line stacked EPS 481 KB 435 KB 512 KB
JPG 798 KB   303 KB
PNG 24 KB 23 KB 130 KB
Option 3: one-line stacked logo
This option is the preferred option when displayed alongside the Australian Government logo.
Minimum size 18mm high
Queensland Government Coat of Arms - mono one-line stacked EPS 451 KB 435 KB  
JPG 778 KB    
PNG 19 KB 19 KB  

Use of additional branding features will be determined on a case-by-case basis.

Communication materials referring to North Stradbroke Island should reference both its common and Traditional Owner names, e.g. ‘North Stradbroke Island—also known as Minjerribah—offers a perfect balance of nature, Indigenous culture and modern lifestyle.’

More information

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