4902.0 - Australian Culture and Leisure Classifications, 2014 (Third Edition)  
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    Chapter 1: An introduction to the Classification
      The structure of the Classifications
      Scope and boundary issues
      Changes in this edition
      How to use the Classifications
      Comments or queries
    Chapter 2: The ACLC Industry Classification
      The structure of the ACLC Industry Classification
      Industry Classification Summary
      Division 1: Heritage
        Group 11: Museums, Antiques and Collectables
        Group 12: Environmental Heritage
        Group 13: Libraries and Archives
      Division 2: Arts
        Group 21: Literature and Print Media
        Group 22: Performing Arts
        Group 23: Music Composition and Publishing
        Group 24: Visual Arts and Crafts
        Group 25: Design
        Group 26: Broadcasting, Electronic or Digital Media and Film
        Group 27: Other Arts
      Division 3: Sports and Physical Recreation
        Group 31: Horse and Dog Racing
        Group 32: Sports and Physical Recreation Venues
        Group 33: Sports and Physical Recreation Services
        Group 34: Sports and Physical Recreation Goods Manufacturing and Sales
      Division 4: Other Culture and Leisure
        Group 41: Gambling
        Group 42: Amusement
        Group 43: Hospitality
        Group 44: Outdoor Leisure and Tourist Services
        Group 45: Other Culture and Leisure Services
        Group 46: Culture and Leisure Support Services
        Group 47: Culture and Leisure Facilities Construction
        Group 48: Other Culture and Leisure Good Manufacturing and Sales
    Chapter 3: The ACLC Product Classification
      The Structure of the ACLC Product Classification
      Product Classification Summary
      Group 01: Heritage Services
      Group 02: Services of Artists and Cultural Education
      Group 03: Books, Magazines, Newspapers and Other Printed Material and Online Content
      Group 04: Audiovisual and Related Services
      Group 05: Audio and Video Media and Online Content
      Group 06: Radio and Television Receivers and Apparatus for Sound or Video Recording or Reproduction
      Group 07: Information Supply Services
      Group 08: Photographic Services
      Group 09: Exposed Photographic and Cinematographic Media, and Artistic Works
      Group 10: Architecture, Design and Advertising Services
      Group 11: Musical Instruments and Other Performing Arts Equipment
      Group 12: Performing Arts and Other Live Entertainment Presentation and Promotion Services
      Group 13: Live Animals
      Group 14: Sports and Physical Recreation Services
      Group 15: Equipment used in Presentation of Entertainment or Spectator Sports
      Group 16: Sports, Physical Recreation and Camping Equipment
      Group 17: Sports and Recreation Vehicles
      Group 18: Amusement and Leisure Services, Not Elsewhere Classified
      Group 19: Toys and Games and Fairground Amusements
      Group 20: Food and Beverage Serving Services
      Group 21: Community Services
      Group 22: Outdoor Leisure Services
      Group 23: Photographic Equipment and Supplies
      Group 24: Leasing Services of Culture or Leisure Goods
      Group 25: Other Culture or Leisure Services
      Group 26: Culture or Leisure Venues and Facilities
    Chapter 4: The ACLC Occupation Classification
      Introduction and Scope
      The Structure of the Occupation Classification
      Occupation Classification Summary
      Major Group 1: Managers
      Major Group 2: Professionals
      Major Group 3: Technicians and trade workers
      Major Group 4: Community and personal service workers
      Major Group 5: Clerical and administrative workers
      Major Group 6: Sales workers
      Major Group 7: Machinery operators and drivers
      Major Group 8: Labourers