National Wattle Day Badge

National Wattle Day Badges

©2016 Wattle Day Association

The Wattle Day Association’s wattle day badge design is now available to you to copy to make your own badges.

If you are interested in having a minimum of 10 of these badges for a donation of $3 each (plus postage) please

contact our President

or perhaps you would like to colour in and cut out your own?

Wattle Day badges raise money for community causes


Kate Betts (Hall Rural Fire brigade) and Terry Fewtrell (Wattle Day Association)
with a helmut-full of wattle day badges for sale to raise funds for the ACT volunteers.

Photo: S.D.Searle

Rural Fire Brigades Badges



©2013 Wattle Day Association




©2012 Wattle Day Association

The Rural Fire Brigades badges (above) were designed by members of the Wattle Day Association and Simon Yates of Graphic Ark Pty Ltd, to support our volunteer rural fire brigades. This initiative has now finished.

The 2013 badge features a bright blue background to represent the true blue colour of an Australian sky, and the the colour of the rim is a nod to Canberra’ centenary as it is the same colour as Canberra’s official yellow colour.

There are strong links between Wattle (Australia’s floral emblem and national icon) and bushfire brigades (local community heroes). Each year in the spring brigades engage with their communities at street stalls and other events to raise awareness of fire preparedness.

If you are interested in having one of these badges for a donation to the WDA of $3 each for a minimum of 10 badges plus postage, please contact our President