4902.0 - Australian Culture and Leisure Classifications, 2014 (Third Edition)  
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Contents >> Chapter 3: The ACLC Product Classification >> Group 19: Toys and Games and Fairground Amusements

19 TOYS AND GAMES AND FAIRGROUND AMUSEMENTS


1901 DOLLS' CARRIAGES AND WHEELED TOYS DESIGNED TO BE RIDDEN BY CHILDREN

      Includes:

        dolls' carriages, including folding types; and

        wheeled toys designed to be ridden by children: children's tricycles and the like; scooters; pedal- or hand-propelled wheeled toys in the form of animals; pedal cars, frequently in the form of miniature sports cars, jeeps, lorries etc; wheeled toys, propelled by hand levers; other wheeled toys (with no mechanical transmission system) which are designed to be drawn or pushed and are large enough for children to ride in; children's cars powered by a motor.


      Excludes:

        bicycles for road use (included in Class 1707).

1902 DOLLS REPRESENTING HUMAN BEINGS, THEIR PARTS AND ACCESSORIES; AND TOYS REPRESENTING ANIMALS OR NON-HUMAN CREATURES
      Includes:

        dolls representing human beings: dolls designed for the amusement of children; dolls intended for decorative purposes (e.g. boudoir dolls, mascot dolls); dolls for use in Punch and Judy or marionette shows; dolls of a caricature type;

        toys representing animals or non-human creatures even if possessing predominantly human physical characteristics (e.g. angels, robots, devils, monsters), including those for use in marionette shows, whether stuffed or not; and

        parts and accessories of dolls, such as: heads, bodies, limbs; eyes (except of glass) and moving mechanisms for eyes; voice-producing or other mechanisms; wigs; dolls' clothing shoes and hats.


      Excludes:

        glass eyes for dolls and stuffed animals (out of scope of the classification).

1903 TOY ELECTRIC TRAINS AND TRACKS, SIGNALS AND OTHER RELATED ACCESSORIES; AND REDUCED-SIZE ('SCALE') MODEL ASSEMBLY KITS AND OTHER CONSTRUCTION SETS AND CONSTRUCTIONAL TOYS
      Includes:

        toy vehicles, whether electric or not, such as trains, aircraft, boats etc.;

        accessories for toy vehicles, such as railway tracks, signals etc.;

        non-electric toy motors, toy steam engines etc.;

        reduced-size ("scale") models and similar recreational models, such as working or scale models of boats, aircraft, trains, vehicles, etc.;

        kits of materials and parts for making such models;

        life-size or enlarged reproductions of articles, as long as they are for recreational purposes; and

        constructional toys, i.e. construction sets, building blocks etc.


      Excludes:

        electric toy motors (out of scope of the classification).

1904 PUZZLES AND OTHER TOYS
      Includes:

        puzzles of all kinds;

        toy musical instruments: pianos, trumpets, drums, gramophones, mouth organs, accordions, xylophones, musical boxes etc.;

        dolls' houses and furniture, including bedding;

        toy shops and the like, farmyard sets etc.;

        dolls' tea and coffee sets;

        toy sports equipment, such as golf sets, tennis sets, archery sets, billiard sets, baseball bats, cricket bats, hockey sticks;

        toy pistols and guns;

        tin soldiers and the like, and toy armaments;

        toy tools and implements; children's wheelbarrows;

        toy cinematographs, magic lanterns etc.; toy spectacles;

        toy counting frames (abaci);

        toy sewing machines;

        toy clocks and watches;

        educational toys: toy chemistry, printing, sewing and knitting sets;

        hoops, skipping ropes, diabolo spools and sticks, spinning and humming tops, balls;

        toy balloons and toy kites;

        books or sheets consisting essentially of pictures, toys or models, for cutting out and assembly;

        also books containing "stand-up" or movable figures, as long as they have the essential character of toys;

        toy marbles;

        toy money boxes; babies' rattles, jack-in-the-boxes; toy theatres with or without figures etc.; and

        play tents for use by children indoors or outdoors.


1905 PLAYING CARDS


1906 VIDEO GAMES OF A KIND USED WITH A TELEVISION RECEIVER

      Includes:

        video game consoles of a kind used with a television receiver; and

        software for video games of a kind used with a television receiver, provided on a cartridge.


      Excludes:

        video game software provided on media other than cartridges, like CDs or DVDs (included in Class 1907); and

        hand-held video game consoles (included in Class 1909).


1907 RECORDED MEDIA FOR COMPUTER GAMES AND OTHER ELECTRONIC GAMES
      Includes:

        published computer game software, packaged: presented on physical media of magnetic nature; presented on physical media of optical nature.

      Excludes:

        software cartridges, for use with video game consoles (included in Class 1906);

        on-line games (included in Class 1911); and

        system software downloads (out of scope of the classification).


1908 POKER MACHINES AND OTHER COIN OR DISC OPERATED GAMES
      Excludes:

        video games of a kind used with a television receiver (included in Class 1906).

1909 OTHER ARTICLES FOR FUNFAIR, TABLE OR PARLOUR GAMES
      Includes:

        special tables for casino games.

      Excludes:

        automatic bowling alley equipment and articles for ten-pin bowling (included in Class 1626);

        billiard articles and accessories (included in Class 1626); and

        darts and dartboards (included in Class 1626).


1910 FAIRGROUND AMUSEMENTS SUCH AS MERRY-GO-ROUNDS, SWINGS AND SHOOTING GALLERIES


1911 ONLINE GAMES

      Includes:

        games that are intended to be played on the Internet, such as: role-playing games (RPGs), strategy games, action games, card games, children's games. Payment may be by subscription or pay-per-play.

      Excludes:

        on-line gambling services (included in Class 1810).

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