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The Lowitja Institute logo consists of five blocks that stand together to form a cohesive, mutually supportive structure incorporating the blue of the waters of the Torres Strait, the green of Australia’s fertile regions and the ochre of the centre's desert country.
The purple/deep magenta colour is often used to represent the flora, landscape and art of Lowitja’s country. It also can signify wisdom and authority, as well as matriarchal energy, imagination and intuition.
The concentric dots are inspired by desert art from Lowitja's country and represent the many individuals working together on a common goal and focus.
The look of the logo is modern to indicate 'forward thinking' yet also reflects the past by using the dot shapes from the former CRC for Aboriginal Health logo.