In the time of Creation, Bunjil the Wedgetail Eagle flew across Country staring down to all that he created – his rivers, his mountains, his valleys and bushland. His great wings spanned far and wide protecting his people and creation.
Just as Bunjil’s wings spreads across Country with a protective presence, Eastern Community Legal Centre imparts a shield of security to its broad reach of community symbolised by the plumage of Bunjil’s wings – the outer feathered curves.
This broad reach of people is depicted inwards by the centric yellow mounds characterising the diverse communities ECLC represents. The rivers, mountains, valleys and bushland encompassing these communities are signified by the line work that tapers inwards.
The Eastern Community Legal Centre family are represented by the inner yellow ‘U’ shapes gathered around the central Meeting Place that is ECLC, they are enfolded by Bunjil’s mighty wings.
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