Australian Classification is responsible for the classification of films, computer games and publications.
The Classification Board makes classification decisions and provides advice about the content of films, computer games and certain publications to help you make informed choices about what you and your family watch, play and read.
Classification Review Board
The Classification Review Board is a part-time, independent board which meets to review classification decisions made by the Classification Board when an application for review of a decision by the Classification Board has been lodged.
The Classification Branch provides operational and policy advice on classification issues to the Minister and provides secretariat services to the Classification Board and the Classification Review Board.
Media and news
Find our latest media releases and news updates on classification decisions, review decisions, careers and vacancies on each Board, policy changes
Research and publications
Research provides information that assists Australian Classification to gauge consumer standards and behaviour, monitor the effectiveness of the National Classification Scheme and develop policy advice.
The annual reports of the Classification Board and the Classification Review Board report on the management of their administrative affairs.
The National Classification Scheme is a cooperative arrangement between the Australian Government (the Commonwealth) and state and territory governments. Find links to all the relevant legislation and downloads for classification tools.
Freedom of Information
The Freedom of Information Act gives Australian citizens access to documents and other information. Anyone can apply for access and the information or documents that are released as a result of the application are published in the Disclosure Log.