Website accessibility

Under the Disability Discrimination Act 1992, all Australian Government agencies are required to ensure information and services are provided in a non-discriminatory and accessible manner. 
We aim to meet the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 AA standard. Meeting these guidelines will improve accessibility and the overall user experience.

If there is information you require that you cannot access please contact us.

Text to speech

You can convert the text on this site into speech. You can either listen to it when you are on the page or download it for later use.

Select listen at the top of the page. The player will expand and will read the main contents of the page back to you. The text is highlighted as it is read. This can be switched off or configured using the settings icon.

Check your computer's sound settings if you cannot hear the audio.

File formats

PDF (Portable Document Format) and RTF (Rich Text Format)

PDF files are used on this website for large documents and other resources. Where the document is not designed to be exclusively printed, an accessible alternative file will accompany it. Any PDF viewing software should open PDF files on this website except for some fill-able forms that may need special software.

Printing pages

Every page on this site can be printed using your browser’s print function. Use the printer icon at the end of each page to print a large text version of the page you are viewing.

Page last updated: Monday, 22 November 2021