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Using content on our website

You should use your own skill and care when using any content. Consider whether it is:

  • accurate
  • up-to-date
  • complete
  • created by the most authoritative source on the topic
  • relevant to you.

We recommend getting professional advice for specific matters.


Unless stated otherwise, the copyright of content on this website is owned by the Australian Capital Territory (ACT) and licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 licence.

This includes text, images, software, logos and icons, sounds recordings and HTML code.

This means you can use most content on the site if you give appropriate attribution.

Read how we decide what to publish on this website.


When using content from our website it is important to make it clear who owns it.

Under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 licence you can re‑use content as long as you:

  • give appropriate credit
  • provide a link to the license
  • make it clear if you’ve made any changes
  • comply with any other terms of the license.

You may do this in any reasonable way, but not in any way that suggests the ACT Government endorses you or your use.

The appropriate credit is © Australian Capital Territory

Creative Commons Attribution licence

© Australian Capital Territory

Content not licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 Licence

The licence doesn’t apply to the following content on this website:

  • any third party material - unless it states that it is published under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 licence
  • any material on the website that states it is subject to specific conditions other than the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 licence
  • the ACT's Coat of Arms
  • any of the other symbols, logos or trademarks of the ACT
  • any other symbols, logos or trademarks of any ACT directorate or agency

For some uses the terms of the licence do apply to the Coat of Arms, logos and trademarks outlined above.  For example, when reusing an unaltered document that:

  • is covered by the terms of the licence, and
  • includes the Coat of Arms, logos and trademarks outlined above.

To make an enquiry or ask a question about using content from our website contact us.

Reproduction requests and authorisation

You need to get authorisation if you want to use our website content in a way that isn’t covered by the licence’s terms of use.

You can review the terms of the licence on the Creative Commons website.

To make a request for authorisation contact us.

Third party content

Content on this web site may include views and suggestions from third parties.

This content doesn’t:

  • reflect the views of the ACT Government
  • represent actions the ACT Government is going to take.

Third-party copyright

When we link to external sites that have content developed by a third party, the copyright belongs to the author of that content, or the author’s licensee and is subject to the Copyright Act 1968 (Commonwealth).

We recommend you refer to the copyright statement on the other site before using any of their content.

For further information please refer to the Copyright Act 1968 (Commonwealth).

Links to external websites

We include links to external sites for convenience. We don't endorse or support any:

  • content on those sites
  • person or company listed
  • products or services provided by a listed person or company.

The ACT Government takes no responsibility for the content on linked sites.

We include links to external websites in good faith. We expect the owners of the websites to keep the content accurate and up-to-date. It is up to you to consider and assess the content.

Protecting yourself online

We use a range of security controls to protect our website. However, you should be aware that the internet is not a secure medium. We encourage you to take precautions to ensure your safety online.

When visiting external sites consider if the site is safe from computer viruses or other malware. If you do visit an external site, the ACT Government:

  • makes no warranties to the safety of linked website
  • accepts no liability for any interference with or damage to a user's computer, software or data.

If you use automatic language translation services on an external website, you do so at your own risk.


By accessing information at or through this site, you waive and release the ACT Government to the full extent permitted by law from all claims relating to the usage of the material made available through the website.

The ACT Government won’t be liable for any incident or consequential damages resulting from use of external content. The ACT Government isn’t accountable for the placement of a link to this website on any other site.

Contact us

Contact us for requests and inquiries about reproduction or authorisation.

You can email us directly or contact Access Canberra.