Sydney Olympic Park is a place to be enjoyed by everyone.
We have developed this website to ensure content is available to the widest possible audience, including readers using assistive technology or accessibility features. By adhering to guidelines for accessible web design, we acknowledge the diversity of communication methods, available technologies and abilities of web-users in the community.
On this page, you’ll find a description of some of the features of this Web site
We strive to comply with W3C's Web Content Accessibility Guidelines.
At times, we publish documents and publications received from third parties. These third party documents may not adhere to the standards followed by Sydney Olympic Park Authority.
If you are unable to access a document on this website due to a disability, please request an alternative format. Where possible, we are committed to providing alternative versions on request.
Zoomable layouts and textOur design can be resized using your browser’s text and layout zoom controls. In most browsers, you can magnify text, images, and the entire layout.
In Internet Explorer 7 and 8, use the magnifying glass icon in the bottom right corner of the Explorer window. Find out more about Page Zoom in Internet Explorer.
If you prefer to simply increase the text size, select the Page Menu, then Text Size, then select your choice of size, from smallest to largest. Find out more about changing text sizes in Internet Explorer.
In Internet Explorer 6, only the Text Size option is available.
FirefoxIn the View menu, choose Zoom, and then select Zoom In or Zoom Out. You can also choose Text Only, which will increase the size of text while leaving the layout and images alone. Find out more about Page Zoom in Firefox.
SafariSafari’s Zoom In and Zoom Out feature magnifies text, images, and layouts. In the View menu, choose Zoom In or Zoom Out. If you prefer to resize text only, select Zoom Text Only. Find out more about Zoom in Safari.
Text and readingIn our written material, we’ve tried to use words that can be understood by everyone. If there’s something on our site that you find confusing, please let us know using the form below so that we can improve it.
Standards and adviceFor most pages, we've done our best to make sure that most pages meet the World Wide Web Consortium’s Web Content Accessibility Guidelines at conformance level (AA), and we’ve followed the recommendations of the Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Commission’s Web access and Disability Discrimination Act advisory notes.
- Find out more about the WCAG’s recommendations.
- Find out more about the HREOC’s Disability Discrimination Act Advisory Notes