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Queensland Government logo

All Queensland Government websites display the Queensland Government logo in the top left corner of their websites. This logo is a link to the Queensland Government home page.

Site navigation

The site navigation is a menu located at the top of each page. This menu contains links to the main sections of the website.

In the site navigation is an option to Connect with us with contact details for general enquiries.

A site map of the entire site can be found in the footer of every page.

Website search

At the top right corner of each page you will find the search bar. You can type queries into the search bar and get a list of search results.

Section navigation

The section navigation menu shows links to other pages within the same section of the website. The menu appears in the left column of all pages.

Breadcrumbs

The breadcrumb trail helps you keep track of your location in the website. You can click on text within the breadcrumb trail to navigate to higher-level sections of the site.

Footer

The footer contains the Queensland Government legal and privacy notices, information on the copyright and information on multilingual services (if required).

Accessibility features

This site has been designed and developed to ensure that its content is available to as many users as possible, including:

  • people with disabilities who may use assistive technologies
  • people with slower internet connections (including some rural and regional users) or less than state-of-the-art equipment
  • people with non-PC internet devices including handheld devices, game consoles and mobile phones.

Browser support

The Queensland Government strives to make its public web resources compatible with a range of browsers, devices and platforms.

This is achieved by developing web resources according to international web standards and best practice, and regular testing across a range of different browsers.

The content on the page you came from is accessible to all browsers and internet devices, but may not display well in browsers which do not comply with these standards. If you are experiencing problems with any of our pages, please let us know.

Downloading and viewing PDF documents

To view Portable Document Format (PDF) files, you will need to have Adobe Reader installed. This can be downloaded free-of-charge from the Adobe website.

Use the Adobe Reader to:

  • View a document by selecting the link text. The document will load into the reader.
  • Save a document for later viewing by right-clicking your mouse on the link text and selecting Save Target As and saving the file in your preferred location.

If you have a Macintosh with a single button mouse:

  • Save a document for later viewing by holding down the control key while you click your mouse on the link text.
  • Select Save Link As or Download Link to Disk and save the file in your preferred location.

Downloading and viewing Microsoft Office files

To view, save and print Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint files you will need either Microsoft Office, or the free Microsoft Office Online viewers, installed on your computer.
You can download the free Microsoft Office Online viewers from the links below:

Visit the accessibility section for details about navigating this site using assistive technologies.

To view Word, Excel or PowerPoint files:

  • View a document by selecting the link text. The document will load into the reader.

To save Word, Excel or PowerPoint files:

  • Save a document for later viewing by right-clicking your mouse on the link text and selecting Save Target As and saving the file in your preferred location.

If you have a Macintosh with a single button mouse:

  • Save a document for later viewing by holding down the control key while you click your mouse on the link text. Selecting Save Link As or Download Link to Disk and save the file in your preferred location.
Last updated 08 March 2017

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander audiences are warned that the following content may contain images of deceased persons.

We acknowledge the traditional owners and custodians of this land.