The Tri Colour Federation logo is derived from the Australian Corroboree Frog. The Corroboree Frog bares the Northern and Southern species. They are distinguishable by the different pattern structures and subtle colour variations.  The frogs inhabit small seasonal wetlands and surrounding vegetation in the Australian Alpine ranges above 750 meters. Averaging 2.5 to 3 centimetres in body length, their vibrant colours were genetically designed to ward off predators. 

Unfortunately, the Corroboree Frog has been ravaged by an amphibian chytrid fungus disease termed Chytridiomycosis. It is still unknown how this disease came into existence. However, it caught the attention of scientist in the 1990’s due to the 100% mortality rate. As a result, the Corroboree Frog is one in a long list of threatened amphibians that is on the critically endangered list. They number fewer then 100 that still inhabit the wild. 

Our logo serves as a constant reminder to the fragility between humanity and the natural world. It reinforces our determination and resolve to extinguish the divide whilst contributing towards a sustainable future. As a final sentiment, our logo embodies beauty, colour, design and the will to survive. A percentage of our annual profits go towards programs that are researching cures and working to protect this Australian native.