Camp In Terms

and Conditions

Camp In Competitions Terms and Conditions

Camper Trailer Raffle

ALDI Gift Card Competition

Creative Challenges

Fundraising Terms and Conditions

1. These terms relate to the co-ordination of an event/activity with the aim of raising funds for the benefit of Camp Quality.
2. Fundraiser" means the individual, group or organisation holding the activity or event in conjunction with or for the benefit of, Camp Quality.
3. Once the Fundraiser agrees and acknowledges these terms through this online form, Camp Quality will then send an Authority to Fundraise, which confirms and authorises the activity/event. You are then able to start fundraising.
4. Fundraisers are not authorised to use Camp Quality as their beneficiary charity until they have received the Authority to Fundraise, as this safeguards everyone involved.
5. You may fundraise during the approved dates only, and only for the approved event or activity indicated in your Letter of Authority. If you wish to extend or change any aspect of your fundraising event or activity, you will need to seek additional approval from Camp Quality.
6. The activity/event is the responsibility of the Fundraiser and due to limited resources, Camp Quality are unable to assist in soliciting prizes, organising publicity, or providing goods and services unless agreed to in writing with the Fundraiser.
7. If you are soliciting In Kind goods, asking for free or discounted good and/or services for your authorised fundraising event these items should be used for the event/activity intended. If items are not utilised for the event/activity, the item should be donated to Camp Quality.
8. Camp Quality does not allow individual community fundraisers authorised on behalf of Camp Quality, to raise funds through telemarketing or door-to-door solicitation. Both forms of fundraising have strict legislative requirements and are managed nationally by Camp Quality.
9. If the Fundraiser wishes to use the Camp Quality logo and or name on any printed materials such as, but not limited to, flyers, posters, invites, then an example of the material should be sent to Camp Quality for approval before use.
10. At Camp Quality, we respect the privacy of our children and families. We will look at any requests to involve children and/or their families on an individual basis.
11. It is essential that Fundraisers contact Camp Quality to gain approval before they contact or approach any public personality or celebrity so that we can maximise the opportunity via the Camp Quality network.
12. If the Fundraiser would like a representative of Camp Quality to attend the activity/event, they should notify Camp Quality as early as possible to enable a representative to be available. Please note; not all requests will be able to be met as staff availability is limited.
13. Camp Quality is registered as a charity with the Australian Charities and Not for Profits Commission and operates under numerous State charity licences. When fundraising for our benefit you must comply with all laws and regulations relating to charitable fundraising as well as any conditions of the Camp Quality licences to undertake fundraising that apply to you or your activity. Please contact your local Camp Quality office for more details.
14. All monies collected must be counted/verified and witnessed by a minimum of two people and accurately recorded (by the Fundraiser) as outlined by charitable fundraising laws and regulations in your state. This documentation of income and expenses (associated with the fundraising event) must then be presented to Camp Quality.
15. Funds must be remitted to Camp Quality within 4 weeks of your fundraising event. Once funds raised have been remitted, Camp Quality will issue a receipt in the name of the activity/event.
16. The Fundraiser must take all reasonable steps to ensure that the expenses do not exceed 40% of gross proceeds or a lower percentage as required by law and they must keep records of income and expenditure
17. Your event/activity is not covered by Camp Quality’s public liability insurance. You must make sure that your own insurance policy covers any risk associated with your fundraising activity or event.
18. Camp Quality is committed to safeguarding the welfare of children and young people. If children are present during the activity/event, the Fundraiser must ensure the safety of child/ren by adequately supervising them and ensuring that there are always two adults present (unless the child’s parent/guardian is present). If the Fundraiser is concerned about the safety and welfare of a child, they should contact 1800 CQ SAFE (1800 277 233).
19. Individual receipts for tax deductions for attendee/supporters of the activity/event will only be issued by Camp Quality if a general donation of $2.00 or more is made. When the attendee/supporter has given money in return for goods or services, a tax-deductible receipt cannot be issued. Camp Quality cannot issue any receipts until the funds are deposited into the Camp Quality account.
20. Camp Quality reserves its right to withdraw its approval for the activity/event at any time if it appears that the Fundraiser is failing to adhere to any of the above terms and conditions.
21. At all times, before, during or after your fundraising event/activity you must conduct yourself with decency, dignity and good taste and in a manner, that does not harm or diminish Camp Quality’s good name in the community. Fundraisers must be aware that when they represent Camp Quality the following behaviour is NOT acceptable:
• behaviour that threatens or endangers others;
• use of illicit drugs, any type of ‘substance abuse’ or intoxication; and/or
• use of inappropriate language.

State Fundraising Requirements

It is your responsibility to obtain any necessary permits or licenses for your fundraising activity, and to
review fundraising regulations with your state authority – particularly if you are a registered business
and/or organising a raffle or auction.

State Authority

NSW The Office of Liquor, Gaming and Racing and

VIC Dept. of Justice (Consumer Affairs Vic. & Vic. Commission for Gambling
Regulation) and

QLD Qld Office of Gaming Regulation and

WA Dept. of Racing, Gambling & Liquor and

TAS Liquor and Gaming branch representing the Tasmanian Gaming Commission

NT Licensing and Regulation Division, NT Dept. of Justice

SA Office of Liquor and Gambling Commissioner
community-organisations/types/charities and

ACT ACT Gaming & Racing Commission
collectionslicensing and

Personal Data Collection Statement

1. Policy Statement

  1. 1.1 Camp Quality respects and is committed to protecting the privacy of the individuals whose personal information it collects. We are bound by the Australian Privacy Principles in the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth).
  2. 1.2 This policy lists the personal information we collect from various individuals, how we collect, why we need the information and to whom we disclose the information. It details how stakeholders can make a complaint regarding any privacy issue or concern. 
  3. 1.3 This policy is available and easily accessible on the Camp Quality website at

2. Definitions

  1. 2.1 Government related identifiers: are identifiers assigned by an agency, State or Territory authority, an agent of an agency or authority, or a contracted service provider for a Commonwealth or State contract.
  2. 2.2 Involved person: an individual connected to Camp Quality operations, activities and events - including employees, donors, research study participants, recipients of support services including individuals attending our camps, participants in advocacy campaigns or health promotion projects such as our puppet shows, suppliers, volunteers and service providers.
  3. 2.3 Personal information: information or an opinion about an individual who is identified by the information, or whose identity can be easily ascertained from the information. Examples of Personal Information we may collect include name, address, tax file number, credit information or any information from social media, and online data collection.
  4. 2.4 Sensitive Information: includes information which may not identify an individual but includes important details, such as specific health or medical information, a person's race, religion, political opinions, affiliations, philosophy, memberships or genetic information.
  5. 2.5 Use: all activities involving Personal Information such as collecting, recording, disclosure, organisation, retrieval, processing, aligning, combining, or deleting of Personal Information.

3. Responsibilities

  1. 3.1 General Managers
    1. 3.1.1 Final review and approval of policies
    2. 3.1.2 Ensuring legislative and legal requirements have been adequately addressed
    3. 3.1.3 Dissemination and communication of approved policies using approved policy format
    4. 3.1.4 Organisational support to ensure successful implementation of policies
    5. 3.1.5 Request managers or employees to review or develop policies as appropriate
    6. 3.1.6 Seeking expert advice policy matters as require
    7. 3.1.7 Maintaining and implementing the Policy Review Schedule
    8. 3.1.8 Conduct themselves in line with Camp Quality polices
  1. 3.2 Managers
    1. 3.2.1 Review policies and provide input as requested
    2. 3.2.2 Consult with employees or volunteers regarding policies as required
    3. 3.2.3 Conduct themselves in line with Camp Quality polices
    4. 3.2.4 Ensure employees and volunteers are aware of and understand policies
  1. 3.3 Employees and volunteers
    1. 3.3.1 Review policies and provide input as requested
    2. 3.3.2 Consult with volunteers regarding policies as required
    3. 3.3.3 Conduct themselves in line with Camp Quality policies
  1. 3.4 Privacy Officer
    1. 3.4.1 Role held by the Compliance Manager.
    2. 3.4.2 Responds to complaints lodged by individuals.
    3. 3.4.3 Act as Data Breach Review Team Coordinator pursuant to the Data Breach Policy.

4. Policy Practice and Procedure

  1. 4.1 Collecting personal information of involved persons
    1. 4.1.1 Where possible Camp Quality collects personal information directly from involved persons, in person, on the telephone, via mail, email or online.
    2. 4.1.2 Some information is also collected from third parties such as contractors, health professionals, government bodies and social services.
    3. 4.1.3 In circumstances where information has been collected from third parties, and it is not clear whether we have permission from the individual to disclose the information, Camp Quality takes reasonable steps to obtain such permission and ensures the purposes for which information is collect is made clear. Camp Quality collects information for several purposes, including but not limited to:
      • marketing;
      • fundraising;
      • providing services and programs; and
      • health promotion.
  1. 4.2 Use of personal information
    1. 4.2.1 Camp Quality uses personal information for the purpose for which:
      • it has been provided;
      • it is reasonably related to secondary purposes, which are within the contemplation of the parties (and are directly related, if the information is sensitive information);
      • any other purpose you have consented to; and
      • any other purpose permitted under the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth). This may include:
        • verification of identity;
        • to enable Camp Quality to establish and administer its services;
        • for the purposes of managing relationships with families;
        • handling enquiries
        • to handle communications with individuals, agencies or representatives;
        • to comply with legal and regulatory obligations including any recommendation, request, rule, order or direction of any regulatory, governmental authority, court or tribunal;
        • to conduct marketing activities, including research and analysis in relation to Camp Quality;
        • to provide electronic communications;
        • to conduct recruitment processes, including the assessment of suitability for future roles; and
        • any other purposes related to the above.
  1. 4.3 Disclosure of personal information
    1. 4.3.1 Camp Quality discloses personal information for the purposes for:
      • which it has been provided;
      • reasonably related secondary purposes which are within the contemplation of the parties (and are directly related if sensitive information);
      • any other purpose you have consented to; and
      • any other purpose permitted under the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth).
    2. 4.3.2 Depending on the services, or the relationship to Camp Quality, your personal information may be disclosed to:
      • an employer;
      • a bank or financial institution;
      • to third party suppliers and vendors to the extent necessary for the establishment, provision, and administration of the applicable services
      • an insurer;
      • personnel, agents, contractors and service providers involved in providing managing or administering services;
      • companies who provide information and infrastructure systems to Camp Quality, including cloud storage providers;
      • anyone acting on an individual’s behalf;
      • professional advisors, consultants, accountants, lawyers and auditors;
      • to anyone to whom consent has been provided;
      • where required to do so by law; and
      • for any other purpose related to the above.
  1. 4.4 Direct Marketing
    1. 4.4.1 Personal information may be used from time to time to distribute current information pertaining to areas including (but not limited to) services and programs, fundraising events and opportunities, and changes to Camp Quality.
    2. 4.4.2 By providing personal information, consent is given to receiving such information, including by phone, email, SMS, and social media, until the individual unsubscribes.
    3. 4.4.3 Sensitive information will not be disclosed for direct marketing purposes unless consent is provided for that kind of disclosure.
  1. 4.5 Cookies, advertising, and tracking
    1. 4.5.1 Your IP address is the identifier for your computer when using the internet.  Your IP address may be collected for you to interact with Camp Quality’s website.
  1. 4.6 Using government related identifiers
    1. 4.6.1 Government related identifiers (eg. drivers licence number or tax file number) will not be disclosed other than to the extent required or authorised by law. 
  1. 4.7 Protecting personal information of involved persons
    1. 4.7.1 Camp Quality holds personal information securely, both electronically and in hard copy files.
    2. 4.7.2 Camp Quality takes reasonable steps to protect personal information from misuse, interference, and loss and from unauthorised access, modification, and disclosure. These steps include:
      • using Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (‘PCIDSS’) software and processes; and
      • restrictions on the employees and/or volunteers who have access to personal files.
    3. 4.7.3 Camp Quality takes reasonable steps to ensure, when the information is no longer needed, it is destroyed or permanently rendered anonymous.
  1. 4.8 Access or correct your personal information
    1. 4.8.1 Camp Quality seeks to ensure all personal information collected and stored in its files and database systems is correct and accurate.
    2. 4.8.2 Individuals may at any time request access to, or correction of, the personal information Camp Quality holds by contacting the Privacy Officer.
    3. 4.8.3 Camp Quality will endeavour to meet or advise of the outcome of such a request within five business days of receipt.
    4. 4.8.4 Camp Quality relies on individuals to inform if the information held is inaccurate and / or incomplete.
  1. 4.9 Making a Complaint
    1. 4.9.1 For any privacy issues or concerns, including a complaint that Camp Quality has breached the Australian Privacy Principles, contact the Privacy Officer. Phone: 02 9876 0500 or email: or
    2. 4.9.2 We may request you make your complaint in writing. Camp Quality will respond to your complaints within a reasonable period (usually 30 days).
    3. 4.9.3 An unresolved complaint may be made to the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (visit for further information).


Camper Trailer Raffle Terms and Conditions

This Raffle is run by Camp Quality Ltd (“Camp Quality”) of Level 1, 182 Blues Point Road MCMAHONS POINT NSW 2061 (ABN 87 052 097 720). To contact Camp Quality, please call +61 2 9876 0527.

  • Information on how to enter forms part of the terms and conditions of entry.
  • Purchase of a raffle ticket is deemed acceptance of these Terms and Conditions.
  • All proceeds from the raffle tickets will be donated to Camp Quality.


  • Entry is open to all permanent residents of NSW, QLD, VIC, ACT, NT and TAS, aged 18 years or older. WA and SA residents are not eligible to enter.
  • Employees, directors or officers of Camp Quality, any companies or agencies. associated with this raffle, and their immediate families, are ineligible to purchase raffle tickets. Immediate families means a spouse or former spouse, de facto partner or former de facto partner, child, stepchild, parent, stepparent, grandparent, grandchild, sibling, or stepsibling of an employee of Camp Quality.


  • Raffle ticket fundraising will commence on Friday 7 May 2021 at 12:00am (AEST) and conclude on Saturday 12 June 2021 at 11:59PM (AEST) ("Promotion Period").
  • To enter, entrants must, during the Promotion Period:
    1. Visit, register and successfully submit the Camp In Registration Form by completing all mandatory fields and providing first name, last name, postcode and state, valid email address and mobile phone number in the section provided and confirmation that they are over 18 years of age.
    2. Fundraise $35 to receive a raffle ticket, using their online fundraising page. For every $35 raised, participants will automatically receive a ticket for the raffle.
  • No late entries will be accepted. Incomplete or incomprehensible entries will be ineligible.
  • The number of raffle tickets which entrants may receive is based on funds raised by the entrant during the Promotion Period. Entrants are not limited to the number of tickets allocated to them, however, once all available raffle tickets have been allocated (14,000), no further raffle tickets will be issued.
  • Camp Quality reserves the right, at any time, to verify the validity of entries and entrants (including an entrant’s identity) and to disqualify any entrant who submits an entry that is not in accordance with these terms and conditions or who tampers with the entry process. Failure by Camp Quality to enforce any of its rights at any stage does not constitute a waiver of these rights.


  • The prize is a new Cub Scout from Cub Campers, valued at AUD $33,190. Prize value is the recommended retail value as provided by the supplier and is correct at time of publishing.
  • The prize does not include registration and comprehensive motor vehicle insurance. Camp Quality strongly recommends that the vehicle is registered and vehicle insurance is purchased by the winner before the winner takes possession of the vehicle. All optional extras and accessories, and any other insurance not stated, fuel, personal costs and all other ancillary or related costs are not included.
  • The prize will be delivered to the winner at Camp Quality's expense within 28 days after the winner is decided. Risk of loss or damage to the vehicle passes to the winner upon delivery.
  • The winner is responsible for making arrangements to claim their prize, including providing all necessary information and completing the necessary paperwork to register the vehicle.
  • Prize cannot be transferred or redeemed for cash.
  • If a prize is not available for any reason, Camp Quality reserves the right to substitute the prize with another item of equal or greater value if the winner agrees in writing and subject to any approvals from regulatory authorities.


  • The winner will be chosen at random by electronic draw, which will take place on 15 June 2021 at 2:00PM (AEST), at Camp Quality, Level 1, 182 Blues Point Road, McMahons point, NSW, 2060. Entrants need not be present to win.
  • The first valid entry drawn will win the prize as described above.
  • The winner will be notified by phone and in writing (i.e. email) within 2 days of the winner being drawn, and the winner's details will be published on the Camp Quality website from 15 June 2021. The winner's name will be displayed on the Camp Quality website at
  • Camp Quality reserves the right to request the winner to submit their ticket receipt as proof of identity and purchase. Proof of identification and entry considered suitable for verification is at the discretion of Camp Quality.
  • Camp Quality will not enter into any correspondence regarding the competition result.


  • If the winner does not respond within 3 months of being notified that they have won the raffle, that winner is not readily identified and reasonable efforts have been made by Camp Quality to identify the winner were unsuccessful, they will automatically forfeit their prize and Camp Quality reserves the right to select another winner through a second chance draw.
  • If necessary, a second chance draw will be held on 15 September 2021 at the same time and place as the first draw. The first valid entry drawn will win any unclaimed prize. 
  • The winner will be notified by phone or email within 2 days of the winner being drawn, and the winner's details will be published on the Camp Quality website from 15 September 2021. The winner's name will be displayed at
  • Camp Quality reserves the right to request the winner to submit their ticket receipt as proof of identity and purchase. Proof of identification and entry considered suitable for verification is at the discretion of Camp Quality.
  • Camp Quality will not enter into any correspondence regarding the competition result.


  • Nothing in these terms and conditions limits, excludes or modifies or purports limit, exclude or modify Camp Quality's liability in relation to the consumer guarantees under the Australian Consumer Law (Non-Excludable Guarantees). Except for any liability that cannot by law be excluded, including the Non-Excludable Guarantees, Camp Quality (including its respective officers, employees and agents) excludes all liability (including negligence) for any personal injury, or any loss or damage (including loss of opportunity) whether direct, indirect, special or consequential, arising in any way out of the raffle including:
    1. any technical difficulties or equipment malfunction (whether or not under Camp Quality's control);
    2. any theft, unauthorised access or third party interference;
  • any entry or prize claim that is late, lost, altered, damaged or misdirected (whether or not after their receipt by Camp Quality) due to any reason beyond the reasonable control of Camp Quality;
  1. any variation in prize value to that stated in these terms and conditions;
  2. any tax liability incurred by the winner or entrant; or
  3. use of the prize.
  • To the extent permitted by law (including the Australian Consumer Law), if for any reason the raffle is not capable of running as planned, including (but not limited to) tampering or any other causes beyond the control of Camp Quality, which corrupt or affect the administration security, fairness or integrity or proper conduct of the raffle, Camp Quality reserves the right in its sole discretion to disqualify any individual who tampers with the entry process, take any action that may be appropriate, and to cancel, terminate, modify or suspend the raffle, subject to regulatory approval.
  • In the case of the intervention of any outside agent or event which naturally changes the result or prevents or hinders its determination, including but not limited to vandalism, power failures, tempests, natural disasters, pandemics, acts of God, civil unrest, strikes; Camp Quality may in its absolute discretion cancel or postpone the promotion and recommence it at another time on the same conditions subject to regulatory approval.
  • By entering the raffle, you consent to Camp Quality using your personal information to send you information about Camp Quality's news, events, products, services and general information about Camp Quality, including by email, post, phone calls.
  • Please read Camp Quality's privacy policy available on Camp Quality's website at [] for more information about how Camp Quality handles personal information, how to access and correct your personal information, how to make a complaint, and how Camp Quality handles complaints.
  • By entering into the raffle, the winner agrees to participate in promotional activity relating to the raffle and Camp Quality.
  • Camp Quality is not liable for any tax implications arising from prize winnings, including fringe benefits tax. Independent financial advice should be sought prior to accepting the prize.
  • The laws of New South Wales apply to this competition. Entrants submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the laws of New South Wales. 


Camp Quality Limited is a charity registered with the ACNC and licenced to undertake fundraising in the state of New South Wales (licence number 10356); ACT (licence number 1900338); Queensland (licence number CH1220); South Australia (licence number CCP2520); Tasmania (licence number FIA-350); Victoria (declaration number 61618); and Western Australia (licence number 20043).

VIC permit no. 10213/21

NSW Authority Number GOCAU/2340

Camp In Creative Challenges Terms and Conditions


  1. The Promoter is Camp Quality Limited (the Promoter) of Level 1, 182 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point, NSW 2060 (ABN 87 052 097 720). Camp Quality phone: 02 9876 0500.



  1. Information on how to enter forms part of the terms of entry. Entry into the competition is deemed acceptance of these terms and conditions.
  2. The competition period starts on Thursday 22 April 2021 at 5.00PM (AEDT) and ends on Saturday 12 June 2021 at 11:59 PM AEDT (the Competition Period).
  3. Entry is open to Australian residents only, 18 years and older (Eligible Entrants).
  4. Employees of the Promoter are ineligible to enter.
  5. To enter the four competitions, Eligible Entrants must, during the Competition Period:
  •, register and successfully submit the Camp In Registration Form by completing all mandatory fields and providing a valid email address; and share a photo or video on Facebook or Instagram tagging #campin for any of the following competitions;
  1. “Most Imaginative Indoor Campsite”
  2. “Most imaginative Outdoor Campsite”
  3. “Best Camp In Pizza Creation”
  4. “Best Live Performance”
  5. To be deemed valid, entries are required to meet the following requirements:
  • The Camp In Registration Form must be completed and submitted in accordance with entry requirements. 
  • Incomplete, illegible, indecipherable or incorrect Camp In Registration Forms are invalid.
  • There is a limit of one entry per Eligible Entrant during the Competition Period.
  • Entrants can only enter the Competition in their own name.
  • Entrants acknowledge their entry/entries may be responded to and/or displayed at the Promoter’s sole discretion.



  1. Judging of all valid entries received during the Competition Period will occur at the offices of Camp Quality, Level 1, 182 Blues Point Road, McMahons Point NSW 2060, on Tuesday 15th June, by a group of four Camp Quality employees.
  2. Entries will be judged based on their originality and creativity, complementing Camp Quality’s charitable objectives.
  3. This is a game of skill. Chance plays no part in determining the Winners. Each entry will be individually judged. All entries must be the original independent creation of the entrant and free of any claims that they infringe any third-party rights. Entries must not have been published previously and/or have been used to win prizes in any other competitions.
  4. The Prize for the “Most Imaginative Indoor Campsite” is a $1,000 voucher from Freedom Furniture.
  5. The Prize for the “Most Imaginative Outdoor Campsite” is a LEGO Set valued at $630, RRP.
  6. The Prize for the “Best Camp In Pizza Creation” is a Woodfire Pizza Oven from ALDI valued at $179, recommended retail price (RRP).
  7. The Prize for the “Best Live Performance” is a LEGO set valued at $1,000, RRP.
  8. The best entries for the four competitions based on the above criteria, will be deemed the “Winner(s)” and will be awarded the Prize.
  9. Determination of the Winners is at the sole discretion of the Promoter and no correspondence will be entered into.
  10. The Winners will be announced via email within 14 days of the judging, that is on or before 29 June 2021 and by email.
  11. Upon being notified, the Winners must nominate a delivery address for the Prize delivery within 14 days by contacting the Promotor by return email.
  12. If for any reason a Winners does not redeem the prize by the time stipulated by the Promoter, then the prize will be forfeited.
  13. If the Winners is under 18 years of age at the time of the determination of the winning entries, the Prize must be accepted on the Winners’ behalf by the Winners’ parent or guardian.
  14. The Prize Pool is valued up to $2,809 inclusive of GST, RRP.
  15. The judges reserve the right to disqualify any entrant submitting an entry which, in the opinion of the judges, includes objectionable content, including but not limited to profanity, nudity, potentially insulting, scandalous, inflammatory or defamatory images or language. The Promoter’s decision is final, and no correspondence will be entered into.
  16. All entries become and remain the property of the Promoter. The Promoter may use the entrants' names and addresses for promotional, marketing and publicity purposes.
  17. The Winners must agree to be contacted by the Promoter via email. The Winners must also acknowledge they have read and understood these terms of entry.
  18. The Promoter reserves the right to request the Winners to provide proof of identity and/or proof of entry validity, in order to claim the Prize. Acceptance of the form of proof of identification, and entries considered suitable for verification is at the discretion of Camp Quality. In the event that a Winners cannot provide proof, the Winners will forfeit the Prize and no substitute will be offered.
  19. The Promoter accepts no responsibility for failure to deliver the Prize to the Winners in circumstances where the nominated prize delivery address is not a valid address, or the Winners is no longer available at that address.
  20. There may be circumstances in which the Promoter cannot provide the Prize(s) as described for reasons beyond its reasonable control. In those circumstances, the Promoter will provide an alternative prize or prizes of equal or greater value to the promoted prizes.
  21. Prizes are not transferable or exchangeable and cannot be taken as cash.
  22. The Promoter accepts no responsibility for any loss, damages, or injury incurred to enter the competition or in connection with taking up the prizes.
  23. Once the Prize has left Promoter’s or their agents’ premises, the Promoter takes no responsibility for damage, delay or loss in transit.
  24. Neither the Promoter nor their agents will be held liable for any loss, damage or injury, resulting directly or indirectly from the Winners taking part in any aspect of the Prize.
  25. Neither the Promoter nor their agents are responsible, to the extent permitted by law, for acts of God, acts of terrorism or war (declared or undeclared) or other events beyond their control which prevents awarding or acceptance of the Prize in accordance with the prize description.


  1. Prize values are based upon the recommended retail prices at the time of printing (inclusive of GST). The Promoter accepts no responsibility for change in prize value between now and the ultimate prize redemption date.
  2. It is a condition of accepting the Prize that the Winners must comply with all the conditions of use of the Prize.
  3. Except for any liability that cannot be excluded by law, the Promoter (including its officers, employees and agents) excludes all liability (including negligence), for any personal or permanent injury or loss of life; or any loss or damage (including loss of opportunity); whether direct, indirect, special or consequential, arising in any way out of the promotion.
  4. The Promoter assumes no responsibility for any error, omission, interruption, deletion, defect, delay in operation or transmission, communications line failure, theft or destruction or unauthorised access to, or alterations of entries, and reserves the right to take any action that may be available. If for any reason this competition is not capable of running as planned, due to causes including, but not limited to tampering, unauthorised intervention, fraud, technical failures or any other causes beyond the control of the Promoter which corrupt or affect the administration security, fairness, integrity or proper conduct of this competition, the Promoter  reserves the right in its sole discretion, to the fullest extent permitted by law, to disqualify any individual who tampers with the entry process, take any action that may be available, and to cancel, terminate, modify or suspend the competition. Subject to state regulations.
  5. All details of the entrants will be used and preserved in accordance with the Australian Privacy Principles and the Promoter’s Privacy Policy, available . A request to access, update or correct any information should be directed to the Camp Quality Privacy Officer. Unless otherwise notified, the Promoter may use the entries and details of entrants for promotional and publicity purposes. Entrants consent to their full names and/or their entries being used in all media by the Promoter.
  6. Entrants acknowledge this competition is in no way associated with or endorsed by Facebook. Any information disclosed by entrants entering this competition is not provided to Facebook.