About Universal Access and Inclusion.

The City of Perth is committed to “Universal Access and Inclusion” rather than “access for people with disabilities”, with the emphasis on mainstream facilities and services being accessible for all including children, seniors, people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, tourists, and people with disabilities.

Accessibility features on this website

W3C Compliance

The City of Perth website is designed to comply with the guidelines issued by W3C/WAI. We are committed to meeting priority 2 (AA) guidelines of the WCAG 2.0 (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines), and priority 3 (AAA) where possible, which is the highest level of conformance that can be achieved.

Responsive design

The City of Perth recognises that there is a variety of devices that the community choose to connect with us. These include personal computers, laptops, tablets and mobile phones.

Our website is designed to respond to the type of device being used to view and interact with our website to then display in the most effective way .

Using assistive technologies

Users with disabilities use assistive technology to aid with the use of a Web site and to increase the overall user experience and the ability to complete tasks that would not be achievable otherwise.

As part of the development process this website has been tested using the following technology:

  • Screen Readers
  • Text Only Browsers
  • Screen Magnifiers

If you experience any problems using these tools or have any recommendations to improve accessibility using assistive technology please contact us, with your feedback and we'll do our best to make improvements.

Documents in alternative formats

All documents on this website are provided as PDF (Portable Document Format) documents.
If you require any document in an alternative format, please contact our Customer Service team on (08) 9461 3333 or email info.city@cityofperth.wa.gov.au