Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park Images
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All Images, All Footage and Entire Collection buttons:
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New Shoots & Campaigns, Footage, Special Interest sections:
These sections are updated regularly and feature collections relating to new shoots and campaigns, footage, and areas of special interest such as niche markets, activities, and regions.
You can go to the Search page from the top navigation bar of any page. A search can be conducted in a number of ways:
Use the Search box to define the specific details of your search. You can use several words in the same search. The search engine is not case sensitive so it does not matter if you use uppercase or lowercase, or both.
In the "Search for" field, type the name of the item or location you are looking for or an adjective that describes its characteristics. If you know the item number, you can also enter it here (multiple item numbers can be entered by separating each number with a space – do not use punctuation). Then press your computer's enter key or the on-screen "Search" button.
In the "Using" field, if you select "All of these words" it will return images related to all of the words you have entered (for example, entering ‘kangaroo children beach’ would return an image representing all three of these words). If you select "Any of these words" it will return images related to any of the words you have entered (for example, entering ‘kangaroo children beach’ would return an image with either kangaroo or children or beach in the shot, but not necessarily an image with all three subjects). If you are searching by item number, you must change the dropdown menu to "Image numbers". You can search for multiple item numbers by separating each number with a space (do not use punctuation).
In the "Type" dropdown, you can select what object type you would like to search. The default is set to Photographs, however you can also choose to search through other object types such as Video, Brand Elements and Campaign.
Your search results will be displayed as large thumbnails. By default the display will show 15 images per page but you can alter this by selecting 10, 30, 60, 200 or 500 from the search display menu in the top right corner.
Beneath each thumbnail are three icons:
- The ( i ) symbol links to the Information page about the item
- The asterisk ( * ) symbol will add the item to your Lightbox
- The shopping basket symbol will add the item to your Basket
More Images of Australia
Find more Australian images by clicking on the link to open a map of Australia. From here you can simply click on the State or Territory you are interested in and you will be taken directly to that state’s tourism image gallery website. Together, the Tourism Australia and state tourism image libraries provide an online super-resource of thousands of iconic still and moving images.
Registering for each of these libraries gives you the ability to search and find photographs and footage for almost any destination, event or travel experience in Australia. All registrations and orders are subject to approval by the relevant Image Gallery. Approval will normally be given within one business day.
Some fees and copyright restrictions apply and to use the Image Gallery you must be a registered user and comply with the Terms and Conditions of Use found on each site.
For further help, please go to the Information page on each Gallery or email using the details below:
A Lightbox is like a personal favourites folder and allows you to manage your items before you decide to order. They are stored on your Image Gallery registration permanently (unless you delete them) and are very handy for research and project management.
You can organise your images into groups and create a new Lightbox for each group. To create a Lightbox, go to the Lightbox dropdown menu, type in the Lightbox name and click OK. Repeat this process to create additional Lightboxes.
To add images to your Lightbox, select the Lightbox you wish to use, go to the Search page and type in your search terms. Select the image and click on the Lightbox icon below the thumbnail (the * symbol). Repeat this process to add additional images. Go to the Lightbox and your image/s will be displayed. You can also copy images from one Lightbox to another by selecting which images you wish to copy (using the checkboxes) and then selecting Copy Selected to Lightbox and choosing a Lightbox from the dropdown menu.
The Lightbox can be emailed to other people for information, discussion or review. The recipients will not need a username and password to open the Lightbox. To email a Lightbox use the black sidebar, select the Lightbox you wish to email and click Email Lightbox. You then enter the recipient’s email address. You can email the Lightbox to multiple people by separating each email address with a space (do not use punctuation). The recipients of the Lightbox can only view these images, as they are not large enough resolution to use for anything. If the recipient is a registered user of the Image Gallery website, the Lightbox will also display in their dropdown list of Lightboxes with the word (emailed) in brackets after the Lightbox name.
To order images in your Lightbox, you can select some or all images and then click With Selected Items - Copy to Basket. Then go to the Basket and Proceed to Order.
As you choose the items you want to order, place each item into your Basket. You can do this at Search Results (click on the basket icon) or from the item Information screen.
Your basket shows all the items you have selected. You can remove an item from your basket at any time. Please note that your Basket is limited to 20 items per order so if you have more than 20 items, you may have to submit multiple orders. Once you are ready to order the items in your basket, click the Proceed to Order link at the bottom of the page if you are on the Basket page or in the Basket section of the black side bar.
To proceed with your order ensure you have completed all Project details and have acknowledged that you accept the term and conditions by scrolling through the window and checking the box, then click OK. If any information is missing, you will be prompted to complete the missing details. Please review all your order details and take note of the order number for future reference.
If orders require assessment by the Administrator you will receive an email informing you of the outcome. Some items are approved automatically. Tourism Australia endeavours to process all requests within one business day, however please allow up to 1 business day before contacting us. Journalists on deadline may contact the Image Gallery firstname.lastname@example.org for urgent processing only.
Once you have received your notification email, please go to your Orders page to download your selection. Where payment is required you will need to pay for your order prior to download using the online credit card payment facility. If you require a Tax Invoice/Receipt, please print this page.
Click on the order number and follow the prompts to download your order. Items will be available for download for 14 days. The Orders page also records any orders that you have made but are yet to be approved or paid if applicable, as well as keeping a history of previous orders.
Please go to Tourism Australia's Video Gallery website http://video.australia.com to access footage. Please note that this is a separate website to the Image Gallery and you will need to register to access.
The logo for industry can be found and downloaded from http://www.tourism.australia.com//campaigns/tnla/camapignl-logo.aspx Please make sure you read the Terms and Conditions and guidelines carefully.
GST for Australian buyers is 10% and must be added onto price. All standard Tourism Australia Terms & Conditions apply. Price listed is per image.
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Updating your details
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How to expand a compressed file using WinZip:
- Click the 'Download image' button
- When the dialog box appears select "SAVE" - DO NOT select "open"
- Locate the file on your hard drive and double click it.
- A WinZip window will appear. Click 'I agree'
- Highlight (one click only) the image file and select 'Extract' from the top menu bar
- Select the location to store the image and click the 'Extract' button
- The expanded file will be saved to the specified location
How to expand a compressed file using Stuffit Expander™:
- Click the 'Download image' button
- Save the file to your hard drive
- Launch StuffIt Expander™
- Select 'Expand' from the menu bar
- Select the .zip file and click 'Open'
- The .zip file will convert to an expanded file that you can double click to open or simply drag and drop the .zip file onto the StuffIt Expander™ icon to expand it.
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Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park Images
PLEASE READ CAREFULLY
Still and moving imagery of Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park requires a permit for usage.
You are responsible for ensuring that all necessary rights, consents, licences or permissions that may be required are obtained prior to publication, reproduction or other use of any Tourism Australia imagery featuring Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park.
The Permit application package can be obtained from the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park website.
For any queries or further information please contact the Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park Senior Media Office:
Uluru-Kata Tjuta National Park
Senior Media and Information Officer
PO Box 119
Yulara NT 0872
Ph: +61 8 8956 1113
Fax: +61 8 8956 2360
Kakadu National Park Images
PLEASE READ CAREFULLY
Still and moving imagery of Kakadu National Park requires a permit for usage.
You are responsible for ensuring that all necessary rights, consents, licences or permissions that may be required are obtained prior to publication, reproduction or other use of any Tourism Australia imagery featuring Kakadu National Park.
The Permit application package can be obtained from the Kakadu National Park website.
For any queries or further information please contact the Kakadu National Park Media Office:
Kakadu National Park
Ph: +61 8 8398 1176
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