Useful Stuff

By registering with us you will join the Australian Heritage Festival community and we can offer you lots of useful information to help you run a successful event.

Note: Some States have additional event organiser information and requirements so please explore the “Festival Near Me” menu before registering to find your relevant local state information.

Logos and Downloads

Guidelines for the Use of the Government/National Trust Logo

PLEASE READ/DOWNLOAD/PRINT THE STYLE GUIDE FIRST.
The combined Government/National Trust logo, which must be used in full and cannot be amended in any way, must appear at the top of any published material with nothing appearing either above it or to the left of it. It must appear in a clear space, not crowded amongst other features and the minimum size of the Government Coat of Arms must be 20mm.

The tagline "The Australian Heritage Festival is supported through funding from the Australian Government’s National Trusts Partnership Program" must appear at the bottom of the page.

The preferred colour for the logo is black but it can also be used in green or white (as supplied below). Attention must be paid to contrast, for example, do not place a dark logo against a dark background or position the logo over a busy background. The logo must be clearly visible.

The Australian Heritage Festival Logos (as supplied below) may appear below or to the right of the Government/National Trust Logo.

Logo TypeDownload
Australian Heritage Festival Style GuideDownload (Read First)
Combined Logo Black (JPG)Download
Combined Logo Black (PDF)Download
Combined Logo Black (PNG - transparent)Download
Combined Logo Green (JPG)Download
Combined Logo Green (PDF)Download
Combined Logo Green (PNG - transparent)Download
Combined Logo White (PNG - transparent)Download
Australian Heritage Festival Logo Green (JPG)Download
Australian Heritage Festival Logo Green (PNG - transparent)Download
Promotional Poster (A4 PDF)Download
Promotional Poster with blank space (PDF)Download
Australian Heritage Festival Icon Black (JPEG)
Download
Australian Heritage Festival Icon Black (PNG)Download
Australian Heritage Festival Icon Green (JPEG)Download
Australian Heritage Festival Icon Green (PNG)Download
Australian Heritage Festival Icon White (JPEG)Download
Australian Heritage Festival Icon White (PNG)Download
Australian Heritage Festival Primary Black (JPEG)Download
Australian Heritage Festival Primary Black (PNG)Download
Australian Heritage Festival Primary Green (JPEG)Download
Australian Heritage Festival Primary Green (PNG)Download
Australian Heritage Festival Primary White (JPEG)Download
Australian Heritage Festival Primary White (PNG)Download
Australian Heritage Festival Secondary Black (JPEG)Download
Australian Heritage Festival Secondary Black (PNG)Download
Australian Heritage Festival Secondary Green (JPEG)Download
Australian Heritage Festival Secondary Green (PNG)Download
Australian Heritage Festival Secondary White (JPEG)Download
Australian Heritage Festival Secondary White (PNG)Download
Australian Heritage Festival Tertiary Black (JPEG)Download
Australian Heritage Festival Tertiary Black (PNG)Download
Australian Heritage Festival Tertiary Green (JPEG)Download
Australian Heritage Festival Tertiary Green (PNG)Download
Australian Heritage Festival Tertiary White (JPEG)Download
Australian Heritage Festival Tertiary White (PNG)Download
Promotional Poster (A4 PDF) W.A. ONLYDownload
Promotional Poster (A4 PDF) VICTORIA ONLYDownload

 

 

 

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Registrations are now open

2018 Festival dates are 18 April to 20 May.

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2018 Theme

The 2018 Australian Heritage Festival theme is My Culture, My Story celebrating the diversity of cultures that have shaped our shared heritage. The Festival is an opportunity to reflect on the places where we live, work, and travel, and why they are special, celebrating our many diverse and distinctive cultures. So we call on communities to treasure their local cultural heritage by telling their stories and celebrating their traditions, including storytelling, music, food, dance, traditional games, and crafts.

What are the cultures of your region, and how are they celebrated? What are the stories of your community? Do you know an untold story that should be shared? What is the role of new generations in celebrating and protecting our heritage?

Our shared heritage is rich with voices from many cultures – My Culture, My Story is about taking time to stop and listen to stories from every corner of our society.