Searching for information on all of our websites is fast and comprehensive. The search option can be accessed at the top right-hand corner of the home page on all websites, and the results will be sorted by relevance.
Our websites have navigation features to help you find what you need.
Top of page and footer navigation
Across the top of every page of our websites are links to Home and Search, with each website having a range of other relevant links to assist you in navigating through each site.
At the bottom of each page of our websites, you will find legal information regarding relevant copyright, privacy and a disclaimer, as well as links to feedback, contact us and site map pages.
Breadcrumbs show the location of the page you are viewing in the hierarchy of its category. They 're just under the top navigation bar on every webpage.
To return the previous page you were viewing, click on the 'Back' button in your browser or use one of the navigation tools to go directly to the page you want.
Our websites may contain documents that are not available in HTML format. To assist users to download and share web content, some documents are available in Portable Document Format (PDF) and/or Microsoft Word (docx). We have taken steps to ensure, where possible, that alternate formats are available.
For downloadable documents, an icon appears alongside the document link to indicate the file type and size.
Documents on all websites owned and administered by the Department of Communications and the Arts may be in the following formats:
- Portable Document Format (PDF) — To view these files, you will need a PDF reader. If you do not have a PDF reader you can download Adobe Acrobat Reader, a free PDF reader.
- Word Document (doc) — To view these files, you will need word processing software or else download and install a Word viewer.
- Excel Spreadsheets (xls) — To view these files, you will need a spreadsheet program or else download and install an Excel Viewer.
- Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) — To view these files, you will need to have design software installed such as Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop or InDesign.
- Joint Photographic Experts Group (JPG) — To view these files, use your web browser or an image viewer.
- Tagged Image Format File (TIFF) — To view these files, use your web browser or an image viewer.
- Adobe Illustrator Artwork File (AI) — To view these files, you will need to have software installed such as Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Illustrator or Adobe Photoshop.
- Rich Text Format (RTF) — To view these files, you will need a text reader.