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Accessibility

This website operates in accordance with guidelines adopted by Australia from the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines Working Group. It features keyboard navigation, alternative text for images, text resizing and more.

Information on this website can be provided in alternate formats on request, including any historical information with reduced accessibility. Contact Electoral Boundaries WA for more information.

We also welcome your feedback on our website.

Browser Information

This website is best viewed in:

Microsoft Windows

Apple

Java and Javascript must be enabled.

If you are using a different browser or an earlier version, you may experience difficulties viewing some content. The speed of your modem and/or Internet Service Provider (ISP) may also affect your access to this website and download speeds, particularly of large documents or maps.

Documents and downloads

Where possible, documents and downloadable files available on this website are available in:

  • Portable Document Format (PDF)
  • Microsoft Word (DOC or DOCX)
  • Microsoft Excel (XLS or XLSX).

If you are unable to access any documents or downloads on this website, contact Electoral Boundaries WA.

Increasing text size

Text resize icons are located under the banner in the right hand corner. Clicking on the larger ‘A’ will increase text size. Clicking on the smaller ‘A’ will decrease text size.

You can also increase the text size using your web browser’s ‘View’ menu. For more information, refer to your browser’s help menu.

Using Portable Document Format (PDF)

Adobe Acrobat Reader must be installed on your computer to view or download content from this website provided in PDF format. It is recommended that PDFs are viewed in Acrobat Reader 9.0 or higher.

Adobe Acrobat Reader can be downloaded for free.

Content can be provided in alternative formats on request. Please contact Electoral Boundaries WA.

Using a smartphone or handheld device

If you are having problems viewing or saving PDFs, try downloading PDF reader software from your device’s application (app) store. As some hand-held devices cannot store files, refer to your device’s user manual for more information.

Cache

This website is regularly updated with new information.

If you are unable to see updated information on our website, refresh the page.

If you are still unable to see updated information, clear your cache using the 'Tools' menu in your web browser. For more information, refer to your browser's help menu.

Screen size

This website is responsive and will display in a range of screen sizes for smartphone, tablet and desktop use.

Geographic Information Systems (GIS) maps available on this website are best viewed on a screen with the resolution of 1024 x 768 px (standard widescreen desktop monitor).

 

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