Classification Review Board
Communications and the Arts
The Classification Review Board is an independent statutory authority set-up under the National Classification Scheme, a legislated co-operative arrangement created 1 January 1996 between the Australian, state and territory governments that provides a national approach to classification. The review board is a part-time board which meets to review a decision of the Classification Board as needed. Principles for decision-making are set out in the National Classification Code. Separate guidelines for the classification of films, computer games and publications are established under the Scheme. The review board comprises of a convenor, a deputy convenor and other review board members.
Type of Body
E. Statutory Office Holder Offices and Committees
Established By / Under
Act / Regulation
Established By/Under More info
Classification (Publications, Films and Computer Games) Act 1995
Max No. of Board/Committee Members
Annual Report Prepared and tabled?
Regulatory / Review / Inquiry / Commission
1 January 1996