At the The Literature Centre we are committed to ensuring web content can be accessed by as many people as possible, including persons with a disability, people living in remote locations and people using alternative online technologies such as mobile phones.

Accessibility (WCAG)

The pages on the website meet the WCAG 2.0 level A standard, and should be easily navigable using assistive technologies.

The website is accessible from mobile devices.

You are encouraged to report any issues related to accessibility so that endeavours can be made to make further improvements.

Text resizing

This can be activated on this and most other websites by following these instructions:

Windows PC

Increase text size: Hold down the CTRL key and press +

Decrease text size: Hold down the CTRL key and press -


Increase text size: Hold down the Command key and press +

Decrease text size: Hold down the Command key and press –

PDF documents

Where it is necessary to provide information on the website in PDF format, where possible we will endeavour for the documents to be correctly tagged to be readable by screen readers and assistive technologies.

You are encouraged to report any difficulties experienced accessing information in any PDF document so that the information can be provided in an alternative format.


The you're welcome Access WA website provides information on access for people with disability and seniors. People with disability, carers and seniors can search to find accessible business and community facilities in Western Australia. Access information will assist people of all ages and abilities, including people who use a wheelchair, have difficulty walking or who are blind or deaf.