Accessibility tips including keyboard shortcuts, font resizing and how to skip to the main content of our pages.
- Navigating our site
Tips on the various ways you can find information on our site.
- Adobe Acrobat documents
Suggestions on how to download, view or print Adobe Acrobat documents.
- Contact us
Phone, fax, email and mail contact details for the Australian Fisheries Management Authority.
The navigation links at the foot of each page on this web site have been set up with keyboard shortcuts. The shortcuts operate as follows:
Alt-1 = Skip to main content
Alt-2 = Contact us
Alt-3 = Help
Alt-4 = Site map
Alt-5 = Careers
Alt-6 = email email@example.com
Alt-7 = Copyright
Alt-8 = Privacy
Alt-9 = Disclaimer
New browser windows
In general, each link on this site opens in the existing browser window.
Because of the complex interactions between browser, platform and operating system, it is impossible to find a font size specification that looks the same under all circumstances and that can also be resized for users with visual impairment. Most browsers should resize fonts successfully on this web site, however we recommend the use of a browser that allows text resizing independent of the manner in which the font size is specified. These include Firefox (2+), Internet Explorer (6+), Chrome and Safari (4+) and Internet Explorer for Macintosh.
PDF file accessibility
We recommend people with disabilities who wish to access PDF format download the latest version of Adobe Reader.
Adobe Reader contains many capabilities specifically designed to make it easier for people with disabilities to read PDF files, regardless of whether the files have been optimised for accessibility.
For more information, including full instructions on downloading and using Adobe Reader, visit the Adobe Reader Accessibility web site.
If you require further assistance, or would like a document provided in an alternative format, please contact the Manager, New Media on telephone 02 6225 5529 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
AFMA’s website has been redeveloped. If you have trouble finding what you are looking for, please try one of the following tools.
1. Site map
This page summarises the primary links in our site by structure.
2. Search engine
Use our search engine to find information. Simply type a short description, or keywords relating to the information you are seeking, into the Search text box located in the header of each page. Alternatively, you can use our advanced search tool to search by document type and more.
If you require further assistance, please contact the Manager, New Media on telephone 02 6225 5529 or email email@example.com.
PDF (Portable Document Format) files and data sheets require Adobe Reader. To avoid problems with viewing and printing we suggest you download the latest Adobe Reader from the Adobe website.
Problems with printing or viewing Adobe Acrobat PDFs
If you are having problems saving or viewing a PDF file from your browser, you should right-click on the PDF file link, select ‘Save Target As’ or ‘Save Link As’, save the file to your computer hard disk, then open and print it using Acrobat.
If you continue to have problems with PDF documents, visit the Adobe Reader Support website for help with all types of computers, including Unix, Macintosh and Windows systems.
Filling in an Adobe Acrobat PDF form online
To fill out a PDF form online please follow the steps below:
1. Open the form
To view a PDF form, you must have Adobe Acrobat Reader. You can download this for free from the Adobe website.
Once you have Acrobat Reader, open the form by clicking on the link to that form. Alternatively, you can download the form by clicking the right mouse button on the form’s link and selecting Save Target As… from the menu.
2. Complete the form
To complete the form, point your mouse to area that you want to fill in. Your mouse icon should change from a hand to a cursor. Click on the area and begin typing.
You may move forward through the form with the TAB key, or backwards with the SHIFT + TAB key.
Please note, dates should be entered in the following format: dd/mm/yyyy. For example, 11 January 2010 should be entered as 11/01/2010.
3. Print the form, sign it, and send it to us
Once you have completed the form online, you can print out a final copy. NOTE: You cannot save the completed version of an interactive PDF form unless you have a full commercial version of a PDF writer such as Adobe Acrobat. Be sure to print out a copy while still online.
Please note only some of our PDF forms can be completed online.
If you require further assistance, or would like a document provided in an alternative format, please contact us by telephone 02 6225 5403 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Changes in the Gillnet, Hook and Trap Sector of the Southern and Eastern Scalefish and Shark Fishery to Protect Dolphins
- Draft Shark Plan 2
- Changes in the Gillnet, Hook and Trap Sector of the Southern and Eastern Scalefish and Shark Fishery
- Eastern Tuna and Billfish Fishery Management arrangements booklet 2011
- Freedom of Information