We are committed to providing websites that are accessible to everyone. This is a requirement under the Disability Discrimination Act 1992.

We aim to meet the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1  standard at level AA. This is the web standard recommended by the Australian Government.

Our regular accessibility audits will also ensure we keep our websites accessible into the future.

Portable Document Format (PDF) files

To view PDF files on this website you will need PDF reader software. You can download and install the free Adobe PDF reader from the Adobe website.

While we work towards making our PDF files fully accessible, we've provided alternative formats where possible.


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Resolving any issues

We want our website to meet the highest accessibility level possible.

If you’re having difficulty accessing our documents or experience any accessibility or usability issues with our website please contact us.