Help with Australian Stories
The Australian Stories content on australia.gov.au has been developed by the Office for the Arts.
Content where copyright is the property of the Commonwealth of Australia, for instance the Australian Stories textual content, can be reproduced freely in accordance with the Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 Australia license.
The Australian Stories content has been provided by a variety of Australian, state, territory and local government agencies as well as private individuals or organisations.
Copyright in the content provided by non-Australian Government agencies, private individuals or organisations, for example quoted text, belongs to those agencies, individuals or organisations. See use of images.
Subject to the fair dealing provisions of the Copyright Act 1968, you must not make any other use of this content unless you have permission from the copyright holder to do so.
If you use Commonwealth copyright content from the Australian Stories site you must attribute the work.
If you use Commonwealth copyright content from the Australian Stories site you must attribute the work as specified below, but not in any way that suggests that the Commonwealth of Australia endorses you or your use of the work.
To attribute content from Australian Stories please include the words ‘Commonwealth of Australia’, the title of the page, the full URL and the date the page was viewed online.
See examples of attributing content from Australian Stories.
If you think an Australian story is factually wrong, or you would like to suggest changes to a story, contact the Office for the Arts, at email@example.com.
If you can't find the answer to your question here, contact the Office for the Arts at firstname.lastname@example.org and they will endeavour to answer it for you.