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This site has been designed and developed to ensure that its content is available to as many users as possible, including:
people with disabilities who may use assistive technologies;
those with slower internet connections or less than state of the art equipment;
rural and regional users; and
those with non-PC internet devices including hand held devices and mobile phones.
The accessibility features available on this site include:
access keys to access certain information using your keyboard
skip links and a logical tab order to navigate using assistive technologies
Browsealoud—a tool to help you listen to, or translate content on our site. This tool will read aloud content on a page (in English), and can also be used to translate the same content into a number of different languages that can then be read aloud
the consistent user experience standard.
Last updated 29 June 2016