Shire of Carnarvon aims to make this website accessible to as wide a range of users as possible. This page contains details of how we try to fulfil this objective, as well as some tips that you may find useful whilst browsing the site.

Use your browser to control the size of text

For example using Internet Explorer for Windows; on the 'View' menu, select 'Text Size' and then choose the text size you find most comfortable for readability.

Use your browser to increase accessibility in line with your needs

For example using Internet Explorer for Windows; on the Tools menu, select Internet Options.

By selecting the Accessibility button, you can choose to ignore the colours, font styles or the font sizes specified in the website design, or to ignore all three.

Then, by selecting the Colour button, you can select the colours for text and back ground which you find most comfortable, or by selecting the Font button, you can select the font style which you prefer.

Screen resolution

This site has been designed to be viewed at screen resolutions of 1024 x 768 pixels or higher. The site is still accessible at lower resolutions, but you may like to change your displays settings to aid content viewing. For example using Windows XP select Start > Control Panel > Settings and Themes>Change the Screen Resolution. Then adjust the slider to select 800 x 600 or higher.


To view this website’s content in full you need to have javascript enabled. If you do not have javascript enabled, you will still be able to view the content, just the content will not be presented quite as nicley.

You can still do and see all the essential parts of the site without javascript.

Internet Explorer

This website has been designed to be viewed in current versions of popular browser platforms e.g. Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Mac Safari.

Problems accessing the site

If you experience any difficulties accessing the site or have any comments or feedback on how we can improve your online experience, please do not hesitate to email us at

Compliance and Accessibility

This site has been designed to conform to the W3C's [World Wide Web Consortium's] Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0, conformance level Double-A. This W3C specification provides guidance on accessibility of Web sites for people with disabilities.

By conforming to these Guidelines we are making this site more accessible to users with disabilities, which should benefit all users.

This site also conforms to the W3C guidelines for HTML mark up language and Cascading Style Sheets.