Brookton Shire logo set for a vibrant and modern makeover

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Shire of Brookton administration.
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The Shire of Brookton is calling on the public to help choose a design for a new logo.

Two proposed logo designs are out for public comment through an online survey posted to the Shire’s Facebook page.

The colours and designs are used as elements that represent Brookton and are set to complement the soon-to-be- erected Brookton boundary signage.

The Shire of Brookton is considering a new logo.
Camera IconThe Shire of Brookton is considering a new logo.

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Shire of Brookton president Katrina Crute said it was time for a change.

“We just want to modernise (the current logo) and make it more vibrant,” she said.

“The main reason for the change was late last year we did an art competition to redesign our boundary signs and from that we decided the proposed colours are probably more fitting for our community looking forward than the current colours, so we thought we’d ask the community for feedback.”

Cr Crute said council would aim to make a decision on a new logo by August.

Another considered design for a new logo.
Camera IconAnother considered design for a new logo. Credit: Shire of Brookon/Shire of Brookton

Green is intended to represent Brookton businesses, while yellow symbolises agriculture and blue is the Shire itself.

Pink is the community, a link to all that is Brookton.

The curved line represents the indigenous culture and history of the area.

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