Our colours are inspired by the Aussie outback, music, the red remembrance poppy and white peace poppy.
1. Red Poppy
International symbol of remembrance.
2. White Poppy
An international symbol of peace. We use both the red and white poppy as we celebrate peace and recognise the sacrifices that have been made and continue to be made for peace and for our freedom.
“Poppies for the boys, Pearls for the girls” -Let’s not forget the girls and honour all women united by defence service
A symbol of our rural "Ozy" heritage, we bring the spirit of the bush to the stage.
5. Treble Clef
An musical element of the original painting by OJ Rushton symbolising the beginning choir as a national legacy, born from her heart to leave a legacy in local communities teaching young people the importance of service, sacrifice and commemoration through story-telling, public speaking, poetry and song.
6. Map of Australia
A statement that we are an “Ozy” choir and, while we started in NSW, we are a truly national choir, reaching out to other states (and other countries) as we seek to support more veteran and defence families and local commemorations around the nation and around the world.