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Accessibility

The National Commissioner aims to make information on this website accessible to all users.

The National Commissioner aims to make information on this website accessible to all users.

Accessibility features

This website has been designed and constructed to ensure that:

  • it works well across the majority of popular web browsers
  • download times have been minimised as much as possible
  • all Australians, including those with a disability or with technical limitations can access the information on our site
  • it is in accordance with the World Wide Web Consortium's Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.

Document formats

Documents that can be downloaded from this website are available in both Portable Document Format (PDF) and in other formats.​​

To access PDF documents, you need PDF reader software. You can download Adobe Acrobat Reader for free from the Adobe website. People who use speech readers may also need to access the Adobe Accessibility Resource Center to be able to read the content of PDF documents.​​

If you are having difficulty accessing any of the information on this website please contact us and we will arrange for the information to be made available to you in a more suitable format.​​

Navigating with a keyboard

If you are not using a mouse to navigate our website, you can navigate on the keyboard by using the TAB and ENTER keys:​​

  • To select a link, use the TAB key + ENTER.
  • To go back, press the SHIFT key + TAB. To browse forward, press the TAB key.

Help and comments

We are working towards accessible online documents.

If you are having difficulty accessing any of the information on this website or would like to send us your comments, you can contact us.

Want to know more?

If you have difficulty speaking or understanding English, all the Translating and Interpreting Service (TIS National) on 131 450 for the cost of a local call on landlines. Ask TIS National to call the Office of the National Commissioner on 1800 570 819.

If you are deaf, or have a hearing impairment or speech impairment, contact us through the National Relay Service (NRS) either through an internet relay call or one of their other services.