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TERMS & CONDITIONS

  • Tickets are sold by The Baralaba Progress Society who is responsible for the Event. The following conditions are both of sale (including any resale or subsequent assignment), entry and attendance at the Event.

     

    ‘You’ and ‘your’ refers to the customer. ‘We’, ‘us’, ‘our’, ‘The Baralaba Bash’ and ‘Event organiser’ refers to The Baralaba Bash and its employees, contractors, volunteers and authorised persons. This agreement means these terms and conditions and any other conditions specified by us on our website and booking forms.

     

    ENTRY TICKET

    1. Photo ID is required for age and name verification and for entry by all adult ticket holders.

    2. VIP TICKET 18+: You must be 18+ years in age to eligibly enter the VIP area with this ticket.

    3. GENERAL ADMISSION: You must be 15+ years in age to eligibly enter the festival with this ticket.

    4. CHILD TICKET: You must be 0-15 years in age to eligibly enter the Event with this ticket and must be accompanied by at least one responsible adult.

    5. This ticket is sold for entry to the Main Stage portion of the Event itself.

    6. No refunds or exchanges on any ticket except as required by and/or specified by the Live Performance Australia Industry Code of Practice. Incorrect purchases are NOT eligible for a refund.

    7. You may reissue (change the name on your ticket) prior to the day of the Event by emailing info@baralababash.com.au

    8. Tickets may not be resold or offered for resale at a premium (including online auction sites) or used for advertising, promotion or other commercial purposes. If a ticket is used in breach of these conditions, it may be cancelled without refund and the ticket bearer may be refused admission.

    9. Entry may be refused if tickets are purchased from an unauthorised point of sale.

    10. Event tickets are sold per person.

    11. Event wristbands are not transferable, you will be required to exchange this ticket for a wristband. Any wristbands that are removed or tampered with will NOT be replaced.

    12. The right to admission is reserved and is subject to the seller’s and the venue’s terms of admission.

    13. The Event is a licensed event. No external alcoholic beverages are to be brought into the Event grounds Main Stage area or The Baralaba Hotel Street Party. It is a condition of entry that a search of your person and possessions may be required.

    14. You acknowledge that neither we nor the event organiser will be responsible for any loss or damage to property (including money or other personal items) brought to or purchased at the event by you or your invitees.

    15. Entry is at own risk and the right to refuse entry is reserved. The promoter or venue shall not be held liable for any loss, injury or damages sustained entering on the site –to the extent allowed by law.

    16. In the event of injury or illness, we may at our discretion, and at the cost of the Patron, arrange medical treatment and/or emergency evacuation as deemed essential or necessary for the safety of the Patron (and/or other Patrons at the Event).

    Baralaba Bash Ticket T&Cs

    1. Tents must be at least 2 metres apart.

    2. Caravans must be parked with the tow ball facing the road.

    3. Dogs must remain leashed when outside caravans/tents.

    4. No pets allowed in Glamping tents

    5. Generators are not permitted between 10pm and 6 am. Please consider your neighbours.

    6. Speed limit in camp grounds is 10km/hr.

    7. No unregistered vehicles are to be used on site.

    8. All road rules apply.

    9. No vehicle movements in the campgrounds between 5pm and 7am unless you are leaving the festival (emergencies excluded). The Baralaba Bash accepts no responsibility for any personal injury or property damage caused by patron vehicles.

    10. No fires between 9am and 4pm. All fires will be extinguished during the day.

    11. Further fire bans may apply on advice from Queensland Fire Service (QFS).

    12. All fires must be contained within a fire ring.

    13. A 4 metre distance must be kept between a fire and tents and/or vehicles.

    14. Nothing is to be put in a fire ring that doesn’t burn. i.e. metal. No Glass!

     

    IMPORTANT:

    All of the terms and conditions that apply to the Festival itself (including those provided to you when you purchase a Festival Ticket) also apply to the Campground. These Camping Terms and Conditions are in addition to and must be read in conjunction with the Festival T&Cs.

    Terms and Conditions are Binding:

    Camping Tickets are sold or given and admission to the Campground is granted on the express condition that you are bound by these Camping Terms and Conditions and any other rules and regulations issued by the Baralaba Bash (Camping T&Cs). By purchasing a Campground site, each person issued with a Camp Site Camping Ticket agrees to be bound to the Camping T&Cs. You must follow the reasonable directions of Festival personnel as required and comply with the law at all times whilst at the Campground.

    Campground Access:

    Unless we publish an earlier Campground access time, no entry to the unpowered Campground is permitted before 12:00 midday (AEST) on Monday 26 August 2024. Vehicle access into the Campground is not permitted before this time.

     

    Vehicle Movement:

    Vehicles are not permitted to be driven around the Campground for any reason (this includes ferrying passengers between entry gates and the designated Camp Site.

     

    Selection of Camp Sites:

    All Camp Sites in the Campgrounds will be allocated by Camp Marshalls on a first come, first served basis. If you wish to camp with friends, you must arrive together and have purchased the same Camp Site (ie powered/unpowered).

     

    Noise:

    No noise is permitted in the Campground after 12:00 midnight (AEST).

     

    Weather:

    Please come prepared for all weather; the Festival and camping will proceed irrespective of weather conditions. No refunds will be made should you decide not to attend the Festival or the Campground due to inclement weather. This is an outdoor camping festival and the Campground can be affected by inclement weather and both the grass area and roads can become very muddy. We recommend you consider this in planning for the Festival. We strongly encourage you to bring gumboots.

     

    Leaving the Campground:

    On departure of the Campground please make sure all your belongings, camping equipment, rubbish and vehicles are removed. The Baralaba Bash will not be responsible for any belongings left on the Campground and anything left behind will be discarded.

     

    Behaviour and Security:

    Please respect the Campground and your fellow campers. Unruly behaviour will not be tolerated and may result in your eviction from the Campground. You will be evicted from the Campground if you behave in a threatening or inappropriate manner (aggressive, riotous, abusive, lewd or insulting actions) towards other patrons, Camping Marshalls or Festival personnel.

     

    You are responsible for the safety and security of your belongings and Promoter accepts no responsibility for any loss, damage or theft of your possessions at the Campground.

     

    Promoter’s Rights:

    The Baralaba Bash reserves the right to amend or vary the advertised camping configuration, capacity (without prior notification) and deny admission to the Campground with reasonable cause.

     

    Variation to Terms and Conditions:

    The Baralaba Bash may vary these Camping T&Cs at any time without notice to you. Any variations become effective immediately once the variation has been published on the Promoter’s website. Any variations will not operate retrospectively. 

    General campground rules apply for powered and unpowered sites at the 2024 Baralaba Bash 

  • WHO WE ARE

     

    Baralaba Hotel
    30 Stopford St, Baralaba QLD 4702
    (07) 4998 1102
    hotel@acresrural.com.au

    Our website address is: https://baralababash.com.au/

    WHAT PERSONAL DATA WE COLLECT AND WHY WE COLLECT IT

    We may collect personal information about you when you submit that information to us, send us an email and/or complete any forms on the Website.

    When you use our sites or apps we may also use cookies or similar technology to collect extra data, including:

    • your IP address – a numerical code to identify your device and which can provide information about the country, region or city where you are based;

    • your browsing history of the content you have visited on our sites, including information on how you were referred to our sites via another website; and

    • details of your devices, for example, the unique device ID, unique advertising ID and browsers used to access our content.

     

    We use personal data collected through our website for the following reasons:

    • To provide the services you sign up for, such as sending out subscriptions, or responding to customer enquiries.

    • For statistical purposes such as analysing the performance of our sites and apps and to understand how visitors use them.

    • To respond to your queries and to resolve complaints.

     

    By using the website, and providing personal details you are consenting to the collection and use of this information in accordance with this privacy policy.

     

    CONTACT FORMS

    The information collected in any contact or enquiry forms will be collected and used for customer service purposes but won’t be used for any marketing, or supplied to any third parties without user consent.

     

    SUBSCRIPTION FORMS

    The information collected in any email subscription form will be collected and used only for the newsletter subscription that the user has subscribed for. If the user changes their mind they will be able to unsubscribe buy clicking on the ‘unsubscribe’ link at the bottom of the page. The information collected will not be supplied to any third parties.

     

    ANALYTICS

    We partner with Google Analytics to allow tracking technologies and remarketing services on this website through the use of first party cookies and third-party cookies to, among other things, analyse and track users’ use of the website, determine the popularity of certain content and better understand online activity. By accessing this website you consent to the collection and use of your information by Google Analytics. You are encourages to review their privacy policy and contact them directly for responses to your questions. We do not transfer personal information to this third-party vendor. However, if you do not want any information to be collected and used you can visit Google Analytics or can download a browser add on created by Google here (https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout)

     

    COOKIES

    As mentioned above, we partner with Google Analytics to allow tracking technologies and re-marketing services on this website through the use of first party cookies and third-party cookies. If you visit our login page, we will set a temporary cookie to determine if your browser accepts cookies. This cookie contains no personal data and is discarded when you close your browser.

     

    When you log in, we will also set up several cookies to save your login information and your screen display choices. Login cookies last for two days, and screen options cookies last for a year. If you select “Remember Me”, your login will persist for two weeks. If you log out of your account, the login cookies will be removed.

     

    EMBEDDED CONTENT FROM OTHER WEBSITES

    Articles on this site may include embedded content (e.g. videos, images, articles, etc.). Embedded content from other websites behaves in the exact same way as if the visitor has visited the other website.

     

    These websites may collect data about you, use cookies, embed additional third-party tracking, and monitor your interaction with that embedded content, including tracking your interaction with the embedded content if you have an account and are logged in to that website.

     

    HOW LONG WE RETAIN YOUR DATA

    For users that register on our website (if any), we also store the personal information they provide in their user profile. All users can see, edit, or delete their personal information at any time (except they cannot change their username). Website administrators can also see and edit that information.

     

    WHAT RIGHTS YOU HAVE OVER YOUR DATA

    If you have an account on this site, or have left comments, you can request to receive an exported file of the personal data we hold about you, including any data you have provided to us. You can also request that we erase any personal data we hold about you. This does not include any data we are obliged to keep for administrative, legal, or security purposes.

     

    HOW WE PROTECT YOUR DATA

    We have implemented appropriate technical and organisational controls to protect your personal data against unauthorised processing and against accidental loss, damage or destruction. You are responsible for choosing a secure password when we ask you to set up a password to access parts of our sites or apps. You should keep this password confidential and you should choose a password that you do not use on any other site. You should not share your password with anyone else, including anyone who works for us.

     

    Unfortunately, sending information via the internet is not completely secure. Although we will do our best to protect your personal data once with us, we cannot guarantee the security of any personal data sent to our site while still in transit and so you provide it at your own risk.

    YOUR PRIVACY

  • During the festival, festival personnel, may photograph or record attendees on film or other media as part of the job. By attending, attendees agree and consent to the capture of these images/recordings, and authorise them to be used, altered, broadcast or otherwise exploited by the Promoter (or those granted permission from the Promoter), without payment, royalty or further approval, in perpetuity. Attendees agree that all intellectual property rights that come into existence as a result of, for the purposes of or in connection with Festival Personal photographing or recording the Festival as well as Attendees, will vest in and is owed by the Promoter on creation.

    Attendees are not permitted to bring professional photography equipment (including video or digital cameras) to the Festival without Promoter-issued media accreditation. Festival Personnel will in their absolute discretion, determine whether equipment is considered to be professional photography equipment.

    Attendees may not capture, record and broadcast photos, audio recordings and video recordings during the Festival in a way that infringes the intellectual property rights of others. All photos and recordings (audio and visual) of the Festival will be only done in good faith, for non-commercial purposes and must not be likely to bring the reputation of any person or entity into disrepute or ridicule. The Promoter is not responsible for the broadcasting discretion of any Attendees and the use of any photographs or recordings (audio and visual) by attendees. Attendees agree to fully indemnify the Promoter for any action, claim or proceedings arising from the use by any party of images or recordings (audio and visual).

    Photography Filming and Recording

  • The Baralaba Bash welcomes artists, workers, volunteers and patrons of diverse backgrounds, orientations and identities. Bullying, abuse, harassment or discrimination on these or any other basis is not tolerated and should be reported to management or security.

    Reconciliation statement

    Inclusion Statement

    In the spirit of reconciliation, Baralaba Bash acknowledges the Traditional Custodians of Country throughout Australia and their continuing connections to lands, waters and communities. We pay our respect to Elders past and present, and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.

  • Attendee Conduct

    It is a requirement that Attendees refrain from inappropriate behaviour including, but not limited to bullying, harassment, disruptiveness, being intoxicated or substance affected, antisocial behaviour, aggressiveness, being a nuisance, moshing, crowd surfing, climbing or stage diving or any other behaviour deemed as inappropriate by the Promoter.

    Such behaviour may result in the Attendee being ejected at the Promoter’s discretion from all areas of the Festival Precinct and the Campgrounds. Attendees must follow the reasonable directions of Festival and/or Promoter staff, service providers, volunteers or contractors (Festival Personnel) as required and comply all Laws at all times whilst in the Festival Precinct and on the Campgrounds.

     

    Attendees must not:

    1. cause damage to, improperly use, or tamper with any Festival Precinct facility or infrastructure; or

    2. cause any damage to flora and fauna on or surrounding the Festival Precinct; or

    3. enter any onsite bodies of water at the Festival Precinct. Attendees must not remove or attempt to remove any item or object from the Festival Precinct or surrounding area. Attendees accept full liability and responsibility for any loss or damage caused in contravention of these Terms and Conditions.

    Attendees found to be in attendance without correct ticketing authorisation or formal identification may also be ejected. Once ejected, Attendees may only re-enter the Festival Precinct and/or Campgrounds (as applicable) at the discretion of the Promoter.

     

    Alcohol & Glass

    The Festival has several licensed bars. Attendees wishing to purchase and/or consume alcohol must be over 18 years of age and have valid photographic ID.  Only alcohol purchased from bars at the Festival may be consumed at the Festival Precinct. Anyone found supplying or buying alcohol for a Minor will be evicted from the Festival Precinct and may face criminal charges. Any Minor found consuming alcohol or in possession of alcohol will face similar action.

    Alcohol and glass cannot be brought into the Festival Precinct. Any alcohol or glass brought into the Festival Precinct will be confiscated and will not be returned. The Promoter reserves the right to take appropriate action in such circumstances. Attendees over 18 years of age may however, bring alcohol into the Campgrounds.

  • General Risk & Indemnity

    The activities and events programmed for the Festival are subject to change. The Promoter reserves the right to change, add, reschedule, withdraw or substitute artists in the Festival line-up and/or vary advertised programs, times, prices, seating arrangements, staging and audience capacity and otherwise vary the Festival Precinct and/or the Campgrounds without prior notification and deny admission to the Festival Precinct and/or Campgrounds (including admission to a particular performance at the Festival Precinct) with reasonable cause.

     

    Attendees acknowledge that there may be restricted capacities at some of the Festival's stages or venues, and ticket purchase does not guarantee entry to these areas in such circumstances. Once it is determined by the Promoter (at its sole discretion) that the maximum capacity has been reached in these areas, there will be no further admissions.

     

    The Promoter makes no warranties or representations as to:

    1. the absence of fault;

    2. the delivery of any particular Festival activities;

    3. the fitness of services delivered in conjunction with the Festival; or

    4. the accurateness of the information depicted in material published by the Promoter or any companies or persons associated with the Festival.

     

    Attendees agree they bear any risk associated with the Festival and agree to take personal responsibility for any activities associated with the Festival, including travel to and from the Festival and their safety at the Festival.

     

    To the full extent permitted by law, each Attendee agrees to waive all legal rights of action against, indemnify and fully release the Promoter (and its executive officers, directors, officers, employees, volunteers, contractors or agents) from any liability for any claims, demands, loss, damage, liability, legal fees, economic loss or consequential loss arising out of or in connection with:

    1. any attendance or failure to attend the Festival by an Attendee;

    2. any default, negligence or breach by the Promoter or the Attendee of these Terms and Conditions;

    3. any personal injury, death or property damage; or

    4. entry to and presence at the Festival Precinct and Campgrounds by any Attendee.

     

    Where permitted under the ACL, the Promoter limits its liability in respect of breach of any statutory guarantee under the ACL in the manner set out in sections 64A(1)(a) and 64A(2)(a) of the ACL.

     

    The Promoter is not liable for any loss, injury, damage or compensation (including, without limitation, any travel costs, accommodation costs, out of pocket expenses), as a result of the Festival being cancelled, postponed, relocated or changed for whatever reason. If the Festival is cancelled in whole or in part by an act of God, extreme weather, act of war, act of terrorism, civil commotion, industrial dispute or for any event or threat outside of the control of the Promoter then any refunds shall be at the Promoter’s absolute discretion (subject to any statutory rights of refund (including, without limitation, the provisions of the Australian Consumer Law (ACL)).

    If the Festival is cancelled, all Ticket Holders will be given the option of:

    1. a refund; or

    2. to transfer the ticket to the following Baralaba Bash held by the Promoter. Ticket transfers once confirmed and issued are not eligible for refund.

    Unless the Attendee advises the Promoter that it requires a refund by the relevant date in a cancellation notice issued by the Promoter, the Tickets will automatically be transferred to the following year's Baralaba Bash Festival.

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