This page is designed to assist you in navigating the Infrastructure Australia Website.
The Department Web site is predominantly text-based and optimized for viewing at 1024 x 768 resolution with at least 256 colours (every effort is made to ensure legibility at 1024 x 768 resolution).
From the Infrastructure Australia homepage you can use the structured links to browse through our site, or you can use the or search engine to assist in locating information.
Contact details for Infrastructure Australia are available on our Contact Us page a link to which can be found at the foot of each page
The Left Hand Navigation Area allows you to browse through the site.
This provides direct links to information relating to the 7 national infrastructure themes identified by Infrastructure Australia.
This provides direct links to the utility areas of the site: What's New; links to the Minister's and Department's sites; Help screen; Feedback; Subcription Service; Privacy Statement; Disclaimer; Contact Us information and RSS feeds.
Highlights updated content and topics of interest on the Infrastructure Australia website.
The Help page provides a selection of useful information for navigating around the web site, a brief overview of pages of interest, and any issues relating to file formats or tools you may need to access information on the site.
The Feedback form allows you to send appropriate feedback to the area responsible for maintaining and updating the website, and is to be used for website related issues only.
This allows you to sign up to the subscription service that notifies subscribers by email of publications from selected areas of the Infrastructure Australia website.
This provides contact details for the public to use when communicating with Infrastructure Australia.
Outlines Infrastrucutre Australia's committment to protecting personal privacy.
These buttons appear on all pages, in the top right corner of the page, and allow you to adjust the font size, making the text of the page larger or smaller.
The Print link creates a print-friendly version of the current page. The Print link appears at the bottom-right of each page.
This icon shows that a given hyperlink links directly to a PDF file hosted on an external site.
A standard for viewing formatted documents which have been optimised for delivery via electronic means. The free Adobe Acrobat Reader allows you to view, navigate and print PDF files across many different platforms. PDF files look exactly like the original document.
To use Acrobat Reader with your web browser you need to first download the Acrobat Reader from Adobe's Website and install it on your computer.
A standard for viewing DOC, RTF and TXT files. To view a Microsoft Word file, you need to have Microsoft Word or Word Viewer installed on the computer. If you do not have the necessary software installed, you can download Microsoft Word Viewer free of charge from the Microsoft website.
A standard for viewing XLS Files. To view a Microsoft Excel file, you need to have Microsoft Excel or Excel Viewer installed on the computer. If you do not have the necessary software installed, you can download Microsoft Excel Viewer free of charge from the Microsoft website.
A standard for playing PowerPoint presentations (PPT) which have been optimised for delivery via electronic means.
To play a presentation, you need to have a PowerPoint viewer installed on the computer. If you do not have the necessary software installed, you can download Microsoft PowerPoint Viewer free of charge from the Microsoft website.
A standard for playing multimedia files of various formats (MP3, WAV, MPEG, WMV etc.) which have been optimised for delivery via electronic means.
To play an audio or video file, you need to have a media player installed on the computer. If you do not have the necessary software installed, you can download Microsoft Windows Media Player free of charge from the Microsoft website.
A standard for online data delivery, Winzip allows large files (or file sets) to be "compressed" to expedite delivery via electronic means. The ZIP file is downloaded (more quickly) by a user, then it is "de-compressed" to re-create the original file.
To get the Winzip Program you need to go to Winzip's Website.
The compatible applications listed above are examples only. Infrastructure Australia does not endorse any particular software developer or specific application.