Accessibility of our digital media is important to us. We have prioritised accessibility in the design and construction of this website. This website aims to conform to Level AA of the World Wide Web Consortium’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (WCAG 2.0). We also use alt text or image descriptions on social media.
We’d also love to be able to influence the accessibility of the whole internet, but unfortunately we can’t. So you may find that content outside of our domain that we link to isn’t as accessible. Keep advocating for change.
Some material on our website is provided in Portable Document Format (PDF). To view or print a PDF you will need to have a PDF reader installed.
We recognise that despite our best efforts some PDF files may still not be fully accessible.
While we have worked really hard on this site, meeting accessibility guidelines is an ongoing process of continuous improvement, and there’s always more to learn.
To provide feedback on the accessibility of our website, please email our Visual Media Designer.