It is the intention of the Western Australian Tourism Commission, trading as Tourism Western Australia (Tourism WA), that the content of this website should be accessible to the widest possible audience, including people using assistive technology.
Tourism WA has endeavoured to maximise the accessibility of this website by utilising a range of communication strategies and technologies.
Tourism WA has committed to making every reasonable effort to ensure that this website meets W3C's Web Accessibility priority 1 standards.
In addition, Tourism WA has developed a Disability Access and Inclusion Plan (DAIP) to ensure all members of the community can access our services, facilities and information.
See the Access for All section of the Tourism WA corporate site for more details about the Plan.
BROWSERS WITH ACCESSIBILITY FUNCTIONS
See the list below for details of how you can change the text size using your browser:
- Microsoft Internet Explorer 8.0 to 10.0 - Select View menu, click on Text size and choose a size from the options Largest to Smallest.
- Mozilla FireFox - Select View menu, click on Zoom and choose either Zoom in or Zoom out.
- Opera - Select Option menu and choose a percentage size under Zoom, or click on the plus to zoom in, or minus to zoom out.
- Chrome - Select Option menu, and choose a percentage size under Zoom, or click on the plus to zoom in, or the minus to zoom out.
- Safari - Select View menu and click Zoom in or Zoom out.
In most cases your computer will be capable of reading the documents and files featured on this website.
However, if you do encounter documents and files that require you to install additional software on your computer, here is a list of useful software:
- Adobe PDF Reader (for PDF documents)
- Macromedia Flash (for flash documents)
- OpenOffice for Linux, Mac OS X and Windows (for Microsoft PowerPoint, Word and Excel documents)
REQUEST ALTERNATIVE FORMATS
If you’re using a screen reader and are unable to read documents or complete forms available on this site, you might like to contact someone who is able to read and write the answers for you.
Alternatively, you can contact us for assistance or to request alternative formats.
As Tourism WA's websites are dynamic, and accessibility is a fluid concept, there is always the possibility that accessibility difficulties will be encountered.
Nevertheless, Tourism WA will continue to strive to improve the accessibility of this websites.
We encourage your feedback to help us to improve the end-user experience for all.
If you have any comments or queries please contact us.