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World Environment Day

World Environment Day is an international celebration commemorated each year on 5 June to recognise the first United Nations Conference on the Human Environment in 1972.

The goal is to raise awareness of human impact and encourage positive actions that conserve the natural world for today and future generations.

For further information about World Environment Day please visit the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) website.

World Environment Day Poster Competition

To celebrate, Logan City Council hosts the World Environment Day Poster Competition for Primary school students across the City of Logan.

Dedicated to future generations, the competition aligns with school curriculum and encourages students to think about nature and their impact on the environment by creating a poster relating to Logan City Council’s World Environment Day theme.

2019 Logan World Environment Day Poster Competition

The World Environment Day Poster Competition theme for 2019 is ‘Habitat Connections’.

Competition open 29 January 2019
Competition close 24 April 2019
Awards ceremony 26 May 2019

Information Pack 2019 (PDF 3736 KB)

To enter students must create a landscape poster in A3 or A4 size illustrating through pictures and/or words, the theme ‘Habitat Connections’.

The five best entries from each year level must then be submitted to Logan City Council before the closing date. A brief description of each poster should also be included.

Prizes and Awards

There will be thirteen major student prizes and awards including the Mayor’s Choice and Mayor’s Choice Runners Up. All winning entries will be featured in the City of Logan’s 2020 World Environment Day Calendar.

Highly Commended entries will receive an award and prize.

All participating schools will receive a school prize and go into the draw to win a major prize.

Awards Ceremony

The overall winners including highly commended entries will be celebrated and presented with their award and prizes during the annual Logan Eco Action Festival (LEAF).

All winning posters be displayed at LEAF and the Logan Art Gallery.

For further information about the poster competition please download Information Pack or contact Council via phone 07 3412 3412 or email

Primary School Poster Competition - 2019 Winning Entrants

Logan City Council's 2019 World Environment Day Competition closed on 24th April this year. The winners of the 2019 Competition, whose talented artworks will feature in the 2020 World Environment Day Calendar, are:

Calendar Winners

Sienna, Year 6, Greenbank State School (Cover Page Winner)
Jorjah, Year 5, Woodridge State School (Front Page Winner)
Rachel, Year 3, Harris Fields State School
Andie, Year 4, Chatswood Hills State School
Lillian, Year 6, Springwood Central State School
Tiberio, Year 6, John Paul College
Assia, Year 3, Harris Fields State School
Levi, Year 2, Greenbank State School
TJ, Prep, Boronia Heights State School
Kase, Year 1, Kimberly Park State School
Safia, Year 1, Woodridge State School
Evie, Year 2, St Edwards Daisy Hill
Manaia, Year 4, Chatswood Hills State School

Highly Commended

Orlando, Year 5, Mabel Park State School
May, Year 3, Woodridge State School
Isabella, Year 5, Canterbury College Waterford
Rudra, Prep, Boronia Heights State School
Abby, Year 3, Rochedale South State School
Kingsley, Year 4, Harris Fields State School
Ayva, Year 2, Greenbank State School
Dimitrius, Year 3, Browns Plains State School

Copies of the 2020 World Environment Day Calendar will be available next year for free at libraries and customer service centres.

Logan Eco Action Festival (LEAF)

Council also celebrates World Environment Day by holding the Logan Eco Action Festival (LEAF) every year. See Logan Eco Action Festival for further details.