Aboriginal Symbol Flower
Kookaburra Tail Feather
The large “U” shapes are an Aboriginal symbol for women. The smaller “U” shapes represent children.
Circles commonly represent meeting places, shelters, or gatherings.
The long stem represents a pathway in.
I wanted to replace the peacock feather from the previous logo with a more appropriate feather.
I looked at heaps of female local birds and thought that the kookaburra was a suitable replacement.
“Kamira” means “of the wind”.
I wanted to use a powerful bird that can be found in the area.
I’ve used the women’s meeting place symbol as the sun with the eagle soaring.
Kamira is located on the Central Coast of NSW in a purpose built building. It has been offering services for women since 1982. The Organisation is accredited with the Australian Council on Healthcare Standards and receives funding from: NSW Health, Department for Health and Ageing, and HNECC Primary Health Network. Kamira is a non government, not for profit registered charity.
PO BOX 284 Wyong
Phone : 02 4392 1341
Fax : 02 4392 6644
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
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Donate to Kamira or
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