We have designed this site to ensure content is viewable to the widest possible audience, including screen readers and other assistive tools.
We strive to adhere to industry web content accessibility guidelines.
At times, we publish documents and publications received from third parties. These documents may not always comply to our standards.
If you are unable to access a document on this website, please contact us for this information in an alternate format.
Using the site without a mouse
The site can be navigated without a mouse or on-screen pointer.
Instructions for navigation without a pointer
PC: Press the [TAB] key on your keyboard to move through links and page objects. Press the [Enter] key to select any highlighted objects.
Apple Mac: Hold down the [OPTION] key on your keyboard and then press the [TAB] key to move through links and page objects. Press the [Enter] key to select any highlighted objects.
There are shortcut keys that will take you to commonly used pages throughout our site. To use these shortcut keys:
- PC: Hold down the [ALT] key on your keyboard and then select an access key (refer below)
- Apple Mac: Hold down the [CONTROL] key on your keyboard and then select an access key (refer below)
In some computer environments (operating systems and browser combinations) may vary. Eg: In the Opera browser press [SHIFT]+[ESC], release those keys and then press your chosen access key. Using a PC / Firefox combination, hold down [ALT]+[SHIFT] and then your selection. On an Apple Mac using Firefox, Safari or Chrome hold down [CONTROL]+[OPTION] and then one of the access keys below.
0 A reference list of accessibility keys (this page)
1 Home page
9 Contact us (www.tr.qld.gov.au website)
Use of text on this site
Most content on this site is provided in plain text. If you require a larger size of text you can alter this on your computer by:
- PC: Press the [Ctrl] key on your keyboard at the same time as the [+] or [-] key to increase or decrease the text size.
- Apple Mac: Press the [CONTROL] key on your keyboard at the same time as the [+] or [-] key to increase or decrease the text size.
Old browsers may behave differently. In these circumstances, please refer to your system help.