Using Our Logo

Use of Our Logo

The CBCA is intently focussed on its vision of being the premier voice on literature for young Australians by 2020 by informing and promoting critical debate, fostering creative responses and engaging with and encouraging Australian authors and illustrators to produce quality literature. As such we take our advocacy role and brand management seriously. To that end, the CBCA has a fee-for-use model regarding the use of our intellectual property including our CBCA logo.

If your organisation is interested in using our logo please use this form to apply. 

Completing the form and obtaining the CBCA's approval prior to your intended use ensures that your use is licensed (thereby avoiding any inadvertent trademark infringement). Secondly, it enables the CBCA to add value to your organisation by suggesting ideas for ways to partner with us on your initiatives.

If you have any queries in relation to the Guidelines, please email our National Office at -enquiries@cbca.org.au-.


Fees for CBCA Logo Use

Duration of Use

1-4 weeks

2-3 months 4-6 months 7-12 months
Print collateral $200 $300 $400 $500
Website $300 $400 $500 $800
Social media $300 $400 $500 $800


Use of Our Logo by Not For Profits

The CBCA is delighted to offer Not for Profit organisations a 50% discount for use of our Logo upon proof of NFP status.


Use of Our Logo by Schools and Libraries

Each year across Australia, the CBCA brings children and books together celebrating CBCA Children’s Book Week. During this time schools, libraries, booksellers, authors, illustrators and children celebrate Australian children's literature and you will often see book character parades and talented librarians creating amazing displays. Generally, the CBCA Book of the Year Winners announcement is the third Friday in August and CBCA Children's Book Week commences the following day. 

Schools and libraries that wish to use the CBCA logo to promote CBCA Children's Book Week events and activities may use do so free of charge but the logo must be used according to these Guidelines.

Please note that the CBCA Children's Book Week artwork is subject to copyright. Schools and libraries that have purchased CBCA Children's Book Week merchandise may apply for a modified version of the artwork to be used in Book Week promotional materials by emailing a request to our National Office at -enquiries@cbca.org.au-.