OEH Brand guidelines

Version 1.0, October 2016

The OEH Brand guidelines are designed to get you up and running with the OEH visual identity. Please be aware that the recent NSW Government approach to branding has not yet been incorporated in the guideline examples. Always ensure that the OEH logo is replaced with the monochrome NSW Government waratah logo when using our current templates.

1 October 2016
Office of Environment and Heritage
  • ISBN 978-1-76039-506-3
  • ID OEH20160580
  • File PDF 8.6MB
  • Pages 84
  • Name OEH-brand-guidelines.pdf

OEH is a subsidiary of the NSW Government, which means it is wholly owned and governed by NSW Government, maintaining a strong affiliation with them through the logo and other brand elements. The OEH brand guidelines addresses both pure OEH branding and also the branding of its sub-brands (for example, Action Matters, Saving our Species, Beachwatch).

Where OEH is the publisher of a document, only the NSW Government waratah logo should appear on the cover. Acknowledgment of funding or content support should be included on the imprint page (or back panel of a small format publication).

Where more than one NSW Government agency co-publishes a document, then the single NSW Government waratah logo is to be used. Agency contributions can be listed as text on the imprint page (or back panel of a small format publication) but multiple logos should not be included.