If you receive sport and recreation funding, you will need to appropriately acknowledge the Queensland Government in any promotion of your project.
Using the Queensland Government logo
Place the Queensland Government logo in a prominent position on your project's promotional material including (but not limited to):
- posters and flyers
- event invitations.
Please contact your local Sport and Recreation office with details of your intended use for the Queensland Government logo.
Using an acknowledgement statement
The following statement should be used to acknowledge the funding you have received from the Queensland Government:
‘The Queensland Government provided (insert approved funding amount) to (insert organisation name) to (insert project, program, service, name) to enable Queenslanders to participate in sport and recreation activities.’
For 2020 Election Commitments that Sport and Recreation are assisting to deliver:
‘(Insert organisation name) would like to acknowledge the funding allocation of (insert approved funding amount) by the Queensland Government for (insert project name) as a 2020 Election Commitment that the Department of Tourism, Innovation and Sport are assisting to deliver.'
For extraordinary disaster recovery funding that has been jointly funded by the Queensland and Australian Governments under the Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements:
‘(Insert organisation name) would like to acknowledge the funding allocation being jointly funded by the Australian and Queensland Governments under the Disaster Recovery Funding Arrangements that the Department of Tourism, Innovation and Sport are assisting to deliver,’
Include this statement in any materials promoting the project including things like:
- media releases
- magazine articles
- annual reports.
For funding recipients under ActiveKIT, use the Queensland Government logo and the Health and Wellbeing Queensland identifier (where relevant) as outlined above to meet the requirements in the program Funding Agreement.
Please refer to information supplied in the funded stakeholder resource kit or contact the Sport and Recreation Partnerships for information.
For infrastructure projects
The information below outlines your requirements for acknowledging the Queensland Government for the funding you have received for any infrastructure projects.
Size requirements of signs – all infrastructure projects
Unless otherwise advised, sport and recreation will negotiate additional tailored acknowledgements for individual projects with funding recipients.
Total project cost up to $500,000
Total project cost $500,001–$1 million
Total project cost over $1 million
At least one temporary sign depending on street frontage. This will be provided by the department. The size of the sign will be dependent on the program and the investment amount. Contact your local sport and recreation office for details.
(specific signage requirements for each program listed below)
Minimum of one permanent external sign (min. size 400mm x 800mm)
Minimum of one permanent external sign (min. size 500mm x 1000mm)
Minimum of one permanent external sign (1500mm x 750mm) and one permanent internal sign (1000mm x 530mm)*
A permanent external sign must be erected once the project is completed—up to $1,000 of your funding can be put towards this cost.
If you have previously received Queensland Government funding and have already constructed acknowledgment signs, you may not be required to produce additional signs. Please contact your local sport and recreation office to clarify your obligations and to discuss sign location.
How to produce your sign
- Send your sign printer a link to this page so they can access the below sign artwork and instructions.
- You will receive a ‘proof’ of your sign prior to printing. Check the design and logo placement.
- Provide this proof to your sport and recreation adviser to obtain final approval before printing.
Refer to the sign artwork guide for instructions on how signs should be presented, including logo positioning, colour coding and preferred typeface.
|2020 Election Sport and Recreation commitments||2020 State Election|
|Active Community Infrastructure||Activate! Queensland 2019-2029|
|Active Gameday Projects||Activate! Queensland 2019-2029|
|Community and Recreational Assets||Recovery and Resilience Program|
|Community Use of Schools||Activate! Queensland 2019-2029|
|Get Playing Places and Spaces, Female Facilities Program, Get Playing Plus and Special Infrastructure Projects||Previous initiatives|
|Minor Infrastructure Program||Activate! Queensland 2019-2029|
Creating a plaque
All plaques featuring the Queensland Government logo must be approved prior to print, and be based on the appropriate plaque template. You should allow 8 weeks for the production of your plaque, which allows for approvals and confirmation of event details for plaque text.
When your event has been confirmed, contact your local plaque supplier and provide them with the text and partner logos, and links the appropriate template for design.
Once you have the plaque proof back from the supplier and their printing deadlines, send this to your sport and recreation adviser for final approval, prior to print.
- Queensland Government plaque—one logo, Minister officially opening , EPS version
- Queensland Government plaque—two logos, someone opening on behalf of the Minister , EPS version
- Queensland Government plaque—three logos, two people opening , EPS version
- Queensland Government plaque—three logos, four people opening , EPS version
- Queensland Government plaque—four logos, three people opening , EPS version
Plaque size and material
An A4 brass plaque is the standard for building plaques used for infrastructure openings. However, plaque materials can also include brushed aluminium, stainless steel and stone. Some situations require a variation on the standard plaque which should be discussed with your sport and recreation adviser.
If time is limited, a temporary brass-coloured plastic plaque with black font can be developed. This usually takes approximately 2 days for suppliers to produce. A permanent plaque will still be required afterwards.
Font and logo placement
Black Rotis Serif is the standard font. All logos in the plaque design should be of a similar size, using the Queensland Government logos provided in the template.
Placement of plaques
External plaques should be placed in a predominant position on the building structure where it will be seen by members and visitors to the facility—affixed to built structures, not animate objects like trees.
Internal plaques should be placed in a predominant position on an internal wall either in the entry to the facility or any internal wall where it will be seen by members and visitors to the facility.