The front suspension is fully adjustable for camber, castor and toe. Previous optional adjustment kits for high performance Tickford applications are now standard on all models.
sbeaugs, thats a quote from an article posted by RPO83 here
I know that the AU front end is slightly adjustable for camber/castor, in my experience this has not always been enough.
As an ex wheel aligner, I think all cars should be fully adjustable at the front, especially in a country like Oz as our roads are quite rough. Full adjustabillity in front ends, if used appropriately, can make a massive difference to tyre wear as well as a cars general driveability.
It can also make things a whole lot cheaper and easyer if you plan to lower your car. In my experience lowering an AU has, without fail, put the front alignment well outside the limmited camber/castor adjustability.