Classification Board

Part of the Communications portfolio and a Federal authority

Members of the Classification Board and the Classification Review Board are appointed as statutory officers on a fixed term basis. They are selected to reflect the diversity of community life and a range of public opinion. Members are required to take account of a range of views and appropriate legislation in classifying publications, film and computer games for the Australian Government and all States and Territories. The Classification Board receives administrative support from the Office of Film and Literature Classification.

39 requests
Classification of the game "The Coffin of Andy and Leyley"
Response by Classification Board to Ryan J. Austin on .

Awaiting classification.

OFFICIAL Dear Ryan Thank you for your email of 29 February 2024 requesting access to documents held by the Classification Board (the Board) under the...
Classification information for 'Braindead'
Response by Classification Board to Alex Sullivan on .

Awaiting classification.

OFFICIAL   Good afternoon, I refer to your request for access to documents held by the Classification Board (the Board) under the Freedom of Inf...
Classification of the game 'Fortnite'
Response by Classification Board to CR on .

Delayed.

OFFICIAL   Good morning, I refer to your request for access to documents held by the Classification Board (the Board) under the Freedom of Infor...
I have not received them through [email address]. Can you try again with that Gmail address? Yours sincerely, Ryan J. Austin

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