Our website has been built to ensure its content is available to the widest possible audience, including users of assistive technology or accessibility features. We engaged an accessibility consultant to provide us with advice during its development, and tested the website prototype with people who use assistive technology or accessibility features.
The site has been designed to meet the criteria for Level AA compliance with World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) 'Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0'.
To successfully meet the needs of all users this website 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 mobile devices.
The accessibility features available on this site include:
- instructions for resizing text
- colour contrast considerations
- image descriptions where required.
This site has been tested with various browsers, but we do recommend using an up-to-date version of Microsoft Edge, Chrome (54 or above) or Safari (10 or above).
Windows – to check the version of your internet browser:
- select Help from the menu bar
- select About from the menu options.
Mac – to check the version of your internet browser:
- select the Safari or Chrome menu from the menu bar
- select About Safari or Chrome from the menu options.
The text on this web site is relative (not fixed) to allow you to select a text size that suits you. Please note that significantly increasing the text size may adversely affect the screen layout.
Depending on your browser, you can increase or decrease the text size by:
- Edge – click on the three dots to the top right and adjust the size by selecting either plus or minus next to Zoom
- Chrome – click on the three dots to the top right and adjust the size by selecting either plus or minus next to Zoom
- Safari – select Zoom In, Zoom Out or Zoom Text only from the View menu.
While we attempt to provide all content as web pages (HTML), sometimes information may be provided as Portable Document Format (PDF) .
Viewing, downloading, and printing PDF files requires Adobe Reader, available from the Adobe website.
At times, we publish documents and publications that are received from third parties. These third-party documents may not adhere to the standards followed by the Audit Office of New South Wales.
Accessibility help – contact us
Accessibility of this website is very important to the Audit Office of New South Wales. Please contact us if you have any problems using the site, if you need information from the website presented in an alternative format, or if you have any comments, feedback or questions. Where possible, we are committed to providing alternative versions on request.
We welcome feedback on how we can improve the accessibility of our website by:
- contacting us via our Contact us page
- speaking to our communications team on +61 2 9275 7100.