This site is produced by the Department of Parks and Wildlife.

It has been designed to be as accessible to as many users as possible, including:

  • people with disabilities who may use assistive technologies
  • those with slower internet connections
  • rural and regional users
  • those with hand held devices and mobile phones.

The accessibility features available on this site include:

  • instructions for resizing text
  • instructions for printing pages
  • a list of software plug-ins users may require to view the content

Text resizing

This website uses a modern web framework, with font sizes easily modified on desktop, laptop and tablet computers. To increase or decrease the size of the screen font:

  • using the text resize icons: select the 'make text larger' (A+) or 'make text smaller' (A-) icons in the upper right part of the screen
  • use your web browser inbuilt tools, or
  • on a PC: use 'Ctrl +' to increase or 'Ctrl -' to decrease the font size; on a Mac use the Command key in place of Ctrl.

Printing a web page

'Print-friendly' versions of all pages of this website can be accessed on desktop, laptop and tablet computers by selecting the 'print-friendly' icon in the upper right part of the screen.

Alternatively, use your browser's inbuilt tools, or use 'Ctrl P' (for PC) or 'Command P' (for Mac) to print the entire page.

Plug-in requirements

To view all of the content on this website you may need the following software 'plug ins':

Information in other formats

Contact us (general visitor enquiries) if you require information included in this website in another format.

Accessibility of Parks

For information on accessibility of our parks go to Universal Access.