The Department of Communications and the Arts website has received independent accessibility conformance testing on all pages.
Searching for information on our website is fast and comprehensive.
The search option can be accessed at the top right-hand corner of every page. You can either specify the Business area, Content Type or Stream you want to search, by selecting the category from the drop down list, or leave the default on 'Any' to search the entire site. Just type your keyword and press the 'Apply' button. The results will be sorted by relevance.
The site has navigation features to help you find what you need.
Across the top of every page are links to Home, Who we are, What we do, Policy and legislation, Have your say and Search.
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.
At the bottom of each page, you will find legal information regarding copyright, privacy and a disclaimer, as well as links to feedback, contact us and site map pages.
Download information and publications
Documents on this website are in the following formats.
- Portable Document Format (PDF) — Many modern word processors can open PDF documents, but if your program does not you will need to download a special reader program. A list of free readers is maintained on the Australian Government's Web Guide site: List of PDF readers
- Rich Text Format (RTF) — To view these files you will need a text reader.
- Word Document (doc) — To view these files you will need word processing software or else download and install the free Word Viewer.
- Excel Spreadsheets (xls) — To view these files you will need a spreadsheet program or to else download and install the free Excel Viewer.