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Tweed Shire Council Brand

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Tweed Shire Council's brand features a trademarked logo and graphic element, unifying our programs and services and cementing our reputation as a regional leader. For permission to use Council's logo please contact Council on (02) 6670 2400.

Tweed Shire Council also has three sub-brands which are community facilities of Council and include the Tweed Regional Aquatic Centres (external link) , Tweed Regional Gallery and Margaret Olley Centre (external link) , and the Tweed Regional Museum (external link).

Coat of Arms

Coat of Arms

The shield is surmounted by an armorial helmet topped with the seed pod of the 'Diploglottis Campbelliii' commonly known as the small-leaved tamarind and a sprig of Blue Knob Orchid. It is supported on each side by Albert Lyrebirds which are indigenous to the Tweed Shire. The shield displays symbolic representations of the sea, Captain James Cook's ship the 'Endeavour' and Mount Warning or Wollumbin where the rising sun's rays first touch the Australian mainland. Below the shield is a ribbon bearing the Tweed Shire Council's motto... 'In Pursuit of Excellence'.

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