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© State of New South Wales Greater Cities Commission 2023

This website contains information, data, documents, pages and images (‘the Material’). The Material is subject to copyright under the Copyright Act 1968 (Cth), and is owned by the State of New South Wales through the Greater Cities Commission (the ‘Commission’).

The State of New South Wales, acting through the Commission, supports and encourages the reuse of its publicly funded information and endorses the use of the Australian Governments Open Access and Licensing Framework (AusGOAL).

Unless otherwise stated, all Commission material on this website is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 licence, except as noted below.

Please give attribution in this form:

© State of New South Wales Greater Cities Commission.

We also request that you observe and retain any copyright or related notices that may accompany this material as part of the attribution.

Material not licensed under the Creative Commons Licence

The following Material is not licensed under the Creative Commons Licence:

  • The State's Coat of Arms and any other symbols, logos or trademarks of the State of New South Wales or any Department or agency of the State (unless incidentally reproduced in using an unaltered document under the Creative Commons licence).
  • Any third-party material, unless expressly stated to be published under the Creative Commons licence, and any material on the website that is expressly stated to be published subject to specified conditions other than the Creative Commons licence.


Enquiries relating to Crown copyright or use of NSW State Arms, Symbols or Emblems (other than as permitted by the Creative Commons licence) should be addressed to the Thought Leadership & Engagement team, Greater Cities Commission:


Post: PO Box 257, Parramatta NSW 2124


While the Material contained in this website has been formulated with all due care, the State of New South Wales does not warrant or represent that the Material is free from errors or omission, or that it is exhaustive.

The State of New South Wales disclaims, to the extent permitted by law, all warranties, representations or endorsements, express or implied, with regard to the Material. This includes but is not limited to, all implied warranties of merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, or non-infringement.

The State of New South Wales further does not warrant or accept any liability in relation to the quality, operability or accuracy of the information contained on this website.

The Material is made available on the understanding that the State of New South Wales and its employees and agents shall have no liability (including but not limited to liability by reason of negligence) to the users of the website for any loss, damage, cost or expense whether direct, indirect consequential or special, incurred by, or arising by reason of, any person using or relying on the Material and whether caused by reason of any error, omission or misrepresentation in the Material or otherwise. Users of the website will be responsible for making their own assessment of the Material and should verify all relevant representations, statements and information with their own professional advisers.

Furthermore, whilst the Material is considered to be true and correct at the date of publication, changes in circumstances after the time of publication may impact upon the accuracy of the Material. The Material may change without notice and the State of New South Wales and the Commission are not in any way liable for the accuracy of any information printed and stored by a user. Changes are periodically added to the Material and the Commission may make improvements and/or changes in the Material and/or the website at any time.

This website contains links to other internet sites which contain information collated and presented by government agencies, third-party organisations and individuals. The State of New South Wales and the Commission do not warrant or represent that linked sites or references to external information sources are complete, current, reliable or free from error.

This website and the Material it contained on it are made available for information purposes only. The internet is not a secure medium. Information from, and communications to and from, the website may be viewed, intercepted or altered (in transit or otherwise) and files downloaded from this website may contain computer viruses or other malicious software, defects or inaccuracies. All persons accessing the website and the information contained on it do so at their sole risk and are responsible for assessing its relevance, accuracy, quality, operability or otherwise verifying all content accessed. The State of New South Wales and the Commission do not accept responsibility or liability for any loss, damage, cost or expense you might incur as a result of the use of or reliance upon the information on this website, or any linked sites.


If you plan to create a link to this website, please observe the following conditions of linking to our website:

  • Links must be presented in a way which fairly represents our role and our site(s). They must not embarrass us.
  • Logos, emblems and trademarks of the State of New South Wales or the Commission must not be used for web linking purposes.
  • The website should be opened in a new window and not within a frame of your own branding.
  • The context in which you insert the link must not give your visitors the impression that your site, or your company, is sponsored or endorsed by us.
  • The context of the link must not suggest that we have created any of your content, i.e. the source material must be clear, and acknowledgment of the website clearly provided.
  • You must never reproduce any logos, emblems and trademarks of the Commission appearing on the website without the express approval of the Commission.
  • You must not pass off content from this website as your own. This includes copying or re-using parts of the website (see our Copyright notice above).

If you are offended or upset by any material that appears on an internet website, you are entitled to lodge a complaint with the Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA), who will then investigate the complaint and take such action as it thinks fit. If you would like to know more about the ACMA’s role in regulating Australian internet content, you can visit its website at