The Brolga is a native Australian crane which can be found across much of regional and rural Australia. A stately, iconic bird, they mate for life and will dance to music - or just for the fun of it! (see Glenelg Hopkins CMA site for more information)
The project's founder was searching for a name that represented the iconic rural and regional Australian environment, and would stick in people's minds. One morning, (nothing glorious) he had an "AH-HA" moment...'The Brolga Project' was born.
The two moons in the logo represents a stylised version of the blue/grey colours of two Brolgas dancing, the reds and greens represent the colours of the richness of rural and regional Australia - running from oceans' and mountains' blues and greens to the red soils and dusts of our Outback.
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