What is accessibility?
Accessibility refers to the availability/access of information by the widest possible audience defined by the W3C’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1.
The City of Kwinana is committed to providing equal opportunities for online information and ensuring that all people have access to services, products and information, regardless of their age, ability or disability.
Interpreting and translating service
Interpreting and translating services are available to residents who may be non-English speaking. These services are free for residents and ratepayers who do not speak English and may need assistance when accessing City services.
Translating and Interpreting Service (TIS) can be contacted on 13 14 50 at any time.
Translate our website into various languages using Google Translate. Please note language packs may be required for some languages.
Tab through content
Users are able to use the ‘Tab’ key to navigate through sections of each webpage. This can be used for moving from navigation areas to text areas and is of particular use for those operating a screen reader.
Increasing and decreasing text size
You can adjust the size of the text in your browser, most popular browsers use the following keyboard shortcuts:
Increase text size
(ctrl) and (+)
Decrease text size
(ctrl) and (-)
Return to original text size
(ctrl) and (0)
Website content can be made more accessible using screen readers. There are screen reader options (both free and fee paying) available to be downloaded directly to your device, for use across all websites.
For more information, please visit the W3C website.
The City is dedicated to continuing to optimise all of our PDFs and forms that are located on the website to ensure that they are made accessible and optimised for web use.
PDFs are opened using your browser. If you are on a desktop and wish to use Adobe Reader, the PDF will need to be downloaded first. You can download Adobe Reader on the Adobe website.