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Tweed Shire Council logo

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Tweed Shire Council's brand features a trademarked logo which references our rivers, forests and bushland, beaches, ocean and the iconic tip of Wollumbin / Mount Warning.

These combine to represent a sprouting bud, reflecting the growth in the region and the growth of Tweed Shire Council.

For permission to use Council's logo please contact us.

We also have sub-brands that sit under our main Council brand:

Coat of Arms

Coat of Arms

At the top of our coat of arms shield is a heraldic helmet topped with the seed pod of the Diploglottis Campbellii (commonly known as the small-leaved tamarind) and a sprig of Blue Knob Orchid.

The shield is supported on each side by Albert Lyrebirds, which are indigenous to the Tweed.

The shield shows the sea, Captain James Cook's ship the Endeavour, and Wollumbin / Mount Warning, where the sun first touches the Australian mainland.

Below the shield is a ribbon bearing our motto... 'In pursuit of excellence'.

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