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New Look for HRCC

New Look for HRCC
19 Jul 2022

After 29 years a new brand has been developed for the Harvey Recreation and Cultural Centre, we encourage you to get into it.

After 29 years the Harvey Recreation and Cultural Centre has undergone a rebrand, with a fresh new look for the centre to represent what they stand for today.

After consultation with the community and stakeholders, the new brand including a logo, colour palette and positioning statement was created to reflect the centre’s activities as it has evolved since it first opened in 1993.

Shire of Harvey President Paul Gillett said he was excited to see the centre’s new look come to life.

“The centre’s new branding is a fantastic representation of the centre, it keeps the charm of a small country town and brings forward the big ideas and ambitious activities at the centre,” Cr Gillett said.

“It is still the same great place to do what you love, with the same friendly faces so head down to the centre to get involved.”

There’s a growing number of large-scale events and productions in the pipeline, along with a fully refurbished gym and so much more on the horizon, we encourage you to get into it.

The centre’s new website is currently being redeveloped and will be live towards the end of this year.