Use the guides to help you prepare to submit your requests for classification, check the rules for advertising, showing or selling and access all the classification markings downloads you need.
Apply for classification
Use the guides to help you with your requests for film, computer game or publication classification.
Festivals and events
If you are holding a public event, you may wish to include unclassified films, computer games or submittable publications in your program.
Import or export objectionable goods
If a product has not been classified in Australia, you should check to see whether it may be objectionable goods. These types of goods can be seized by the Australian Border Force.
Advertise, show and sell
A range of rules and requirements apply when advertising, showing and selling both classified and unclassified films, computer games and publicatio
Access and download the files and templates you need to display markings, messaging and consumer advice correctly on advertising, packaging, traile
Content assessor training
Learn more about the content and industry assessor courses which provide accreditation to assess additional content for film, computer games, trailers, DVDs of television series and advertising material.
These guides can be used by enforcement agencies when referring seized items for classification or applying for the classification of internet cont