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School Program Entry Conditions

ECO RANGERS TERMS AND CONDITIONS

In consideration of, and as a condition of my child’s participation in Eco Ranger School Holiday Experience. I hereby:-

  1. warrant that my child is medically fit (including physically and mentally) to participate in the Eco Ranger School Holiday Experience (“the Program”);
  2. agree that my child will participate in the Program at their own risk and I acknowledge that Eco Ranger School Holiday Experience activities involve animal food, animal feeding including the possibility of entering restricted feeding areas, animal handling &/or physical contact, train rides and viewing of shows and exhibits that are potentially risky and dangerous and may result in personal injury and/or death to participants;
  3. agree that my child will abide by the rules and conditions of the Program including those in any literature or verbal or written instructions;
  4. waive, release and discharge all and any claim, right or cause of action howsoever arising, whether or not presently ascertained, immediate, future or contingent, which I may otherwise have for or arising out of loss of my child’s life or injury, damage or loss of any description whatsoever and howsoever caused which my child may suffer or sustain in the course of or consequent upon their participation in the Program;
  5. indemnify against any claim, right or cause of action howsoever arising whether or not presently ascertained, immediately, future or contingent which I or anyone else may have for or arising out of loss of my child’s life or injury, damage or loss of any description whatsoever and howsoever caused which they may suffer or sustain in the course of or consequent upon my participation in the Program;
  6. agree that the waiver, release and discharge contained in paragraph 4 above and the indemnity contained in paragraph 5 above shall operate in favour of The National Trust of Australia (Queensland) and its employees, assigns, sponsors, agents, officers, directors and related bodies corporate (as that term is defined in the Corporations Act), each the “released persons’, and shall so operate whether or not the loss, injury or damage is due or attribute to an act, neglect or omission of any one or more of the released person;
  7. agree that the waiver, release and discharge contained in paragraph 4 above and the indemnity contained in paragraph 5 above may be pleaded as a complete bar to any claim, notice, demand, action, proceeding, litigation or judgment which has or may be brought or made or recovered against any or each of the released persons.
  8. may participate in a Honey World excursion (on Frogs and Mini Beasts days only), which is located across the road. My child will be supervised by Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary staff at all times, including while cross the road at the pedestrian crossing.
  9. I understand that my child:
  • Will be supervised by Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary staff during session times.
  • Will interact with Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary staff.
  • Will interact with live animals including physical contact.
  • Will undertake activities involving animal food & feeding, train rides & the viewing of shows & exhibits (animal food and Sanctuary surroundings may contain allergens)
  • Will be provided with a snack and lunch.

Please note:  Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary staff will not be responsible for the administration of anymedication.  Medical information is required in case of an incident requiring first aid or other medical attention.  Should your child require medication during their time at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, please ensure that your child is aware of the dosage and how to administer appropriately.

Failure to disclose any medical conditions may result in your child being excluded from activities up to and including being sent home. This is for their health and safety while in our care.

CREATURE KEEPERS TERMS AND CONDITIONS

In consideration of, and as a condition of my child’s participation in Creature Keepers School Holiday Experience. I hereby:-

  1. warrant that my child is medically fit (including physically and mentally) to participate in the Creature Keepers Experience (“the Program”);
  2. agree that my child will participate in the Program at their own risk and I acknowledge that Creature Keepers activities involve animal food, animal feeding including the possibility of entering restricted feeding areas, animal handling &/or physical contact, train rides and viewing of shows and exhibits that are potentially risky and dangerous and may result in personal injury and/or death to participants;
  3. agree that my child will abide by the rules and conditions of the Program including those in any literature or verbal or written instructions;
  4. waive, release and discharge all and any claim, right or cause of action howsoever arising, whether or not presently ascertained, immediate, future or contingent, which I may otherwise have for or arising out of loss of my child’s life or injury, damage or loss of any description whatsoever and howsoever caused which my child may suffer or sustain in the course of or consequent upon their participation in the Program;
  5. indemnify against any claim, right or cause of action howsoever arising whether or not presently ascertained, immediately, future or contingent which I or anyone else may have for or arising out of loss of my child’s life or injury, damage or loss of any description whatsoever and howsoever caused which they may suffer or sustain in the course of or consequent upon my participation in the Program;
  6. agree that the waiver, release and discharge contained in paragraph 4 above and the indemnity contained in paragraph 5 above shall operate in favour of The National Trust of Australia (Queensland) and its employees, assigns, sponsors, agents, officers, directors and related bodies corporate (as that term is defined in the Corporations Act), each the “released persons’, and shall so operate whether or not the loss, injury or damage is due or attribute to an act, neglect or omission of any one or more of the released person;
  7. agree that the waiver, release and discharge contained in paragraph 4 above and the indemnity contained in paragraph 5 above may be pleaded as a complete bar to any claim, notice, demand, action, proceeding, litigation or judgment which has or may be brought or made or recovered against any or each of the released persons.
  8. I understand that my child:
  • Will be supervised by Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary staff during session times.
  • Will interact with Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary staff.
  • Will interact with live animals including physical contact.
  • Will undertake activities involving animal food & feeding, train rides & the viewing of shows & exhibits (animal food and Sanctuary surroundings may contain allergens)
  • Will be provided with a snack and lunch.

Please note:  Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary staff will not be responsible for the administration of anymedication.  Medical information is required in case of an incident requiring first aid or other medical attention.  Should your child require medication during their time at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary, please ensure that your child is aware of the dosage and how to administer appropriately.

Failure to disclose any medical conditions may result in your child being excluded from activities up to and including being sent home. This is for their health and safety while in our care.

General Ticket Conditions

Ticket Issue, Delivery and Refund Policy, Terms & Conditions

  • E Tickets is non-refundable and cannot be transferred.
  • Experience Pass holders must book TreeTop Challenge times prior to arrival and after purchase on 1300 881 446.
  • Check promotions for redemption dates. Some promotions will not have a one year validity.
  • Prices are subject to change without notice due to any changes in government charges, taxes or levies. All prices in AUD and include GST.
  • Tickets can only be purchased through this web site by using a major credit card. Your credit card will be debited at the time of ordering.
  • All credit card purchases are made through the Commonwealth Bank secure payment facility. The service uses a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol that was developed to protect confidential information such as credit card numbers and other financial data from interception and hacking. In the unlikely event that you believe any unauthorised use of your credit card has occurred, please immediately notify us by email and contact your bank directly.
  • Handle your e-ticket as you would cash. Be cautious if someone offers to sell you this document – it has no official resale value and may be an unauthorised copy.
  • Lost, damaged or stolen tickets cannot be replaced.
  • Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary Valid for entry during normal park operating hours only (excludes after hours events)
  • Concession tickets are valid for pensioners, students and seniors upon presentation of valid ID.
  • Upon completion of purchase you will be emailed an e-ticket.
  • Print this e-ticket and present at Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary on entry.
  • Entry only granted on presentation of printed e-ticket.
  • Valid photo ID and credit card used for purchase may be required to validate.
  • Pass holders must present membership cards with photo ID on arrival.
  • E-ticket can only be used once.
  • Your image may be taken at any time for security or sales purposes
  • The use of images recording devices is not permitted in any bathroom facility
  • Please report any incident to staff immediately
  • Appropriate clothing must be worn at all times
  • Persons under the influence of alcohol or drugs will be refused entry or be removed from the premises
  • Please do not leave your bags or belongings unattended

General Conditions of Entry

GENERAL

  • Admission price includes all presentations, shows and attractions except food, merchandise, photo sessions, TreeTop Challenge, Segway Safari or pay per use facilities.
  • Published times of shows or attractions may vary.
  • The operation of some attractions may be affected by adverse weather conditions or maintenance activity.
  • Children 13 years and under are not permitted to enter the attraction unaccompanied and must be accompanied by a person 18 years of age or older.
  • No commercially prepared food or beverages may be brought into Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary.
  • No alcohol or illegal drugs of any type shall be brought on to the premises.
  • No glassware or sharp objects may be brought on to the premises.
  • Due to quarantine requirements, no animals are permitted within the park, with the exception guide dogs with prior written approval.
  • No scooters, skateboards, bicycles, roller blades, skates or motorised vehicles are allowed in Sanctuary grounds.
  • Design and systems of National Trust of Australia (Queensland) Ltd. (The Company) are protected by copyright and other intellectual property rights. You must not infringe those rights.
  • Vehicles are parked at your own risk. The Company will not be responsible for loss of, or damage to any vehicle, accessory or contents in, or on any vehicle
  • Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary is a smoke free environment inside the park. Smoking is permitted in designated areas only, no food or beverage may be consumed in designated smoking areas under Queensland Law.
  • In The Company reserves the right to refuse entry or remove guests from the Sanctuary for vandalism, stealing, offensive or violent behaviour, queue line jumping, failure to properly supervise persons under your care, failure to follow safety instructions or failure to comply with these Conditions of Entry. Such actions may result in immediate eviction from the venue without a refund. Additional action may include Police involvement and /or a venue ban.
  • The Company reserves the right to inspect your bags at any time for security purposes.
  • Any photographs, videos or sound recordings taken by you must be for personal use only. Any use, reuse or production for commercial purposes without our express written consent is strictly prohibited.
  • The Company reserves the right to photograph guests at any time for security purposes or for use in connection with the promotional activities and general commercial operations of the Company. You expressly agree to the use of your image and likeness for these purposes without compensation.
  • The use of image recording devices is not permitted in any change room or bathroom facility.
  • Please report any incidents to staff immediately.
  • Tickets, vouchers and passes must be original, display an expiry date and be presented prior to that date, Photo ID and matching signatures are required on request. Fraudulent use will be referred to police.
  • Guests may not display anything that contains obscene, foul, profane, illegal or unacceptable language, photos, images, symbols, or phrases, etc. If your clothing or swimwear does not comply with these regulations, appropriate attire is available for purchase at Natures Gifts Shop.

RESPONSIBILITY

  • There are inherent risks in the participation on an amusement ride, device or attendance at the Park.
  • You, by your participation, accept the inherent risks of which a reasonable person is or should be aware.
  • Adults are responsible for minors under their supervision.
  • You must not participate in or on any amusement ride, activities or device when under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
  • You must act with good judgement and consideration, both for yourself and others, and to refrain from behaviour which could affect your safety, the safety of others, or the safety of the device and activity itself.
  • You must obey all responsible written and verbal instructions and warnings given by Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary staff and volunteers including the operators of any ride, activity, interaction with animals or device, without objection.
  • You must use, as instructed all safety equipment provided when participating in any ride, activity or device.
  • You are responsible for your own personal property.
  • Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary takes all responsible steps to provide you with safe and enjoyable attraction experience. However, Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary will not be liable for any person in respect of any loss of or damage to the personal property of, or the loss of life or personal injury to, any person, whether that loss, damage or personal injury is caused by any persons negligence (including the negligence of Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary) or otherwise. This exclusion of liability does not apply to liability that cannot by law be contracted out of, for example, because of the Trade Practices Act.
  • In these Conditions of Entry, “Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary” includes the owner and operator of Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary and all Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary staff.

HEIGHT AND HEALTH ADVICE

  • Height and age restrictions may apply to some activities and attractions.
  • Segway, weight and height restrictions are mandatory. Please be sure of your child’s weight.
  • Segway participants should be in good health and free from any potentially adverse medical conditions. You should seek medical advice if uncertain.
  • Further specific restrictions may be displayed throughout the Wildlife Sanctuary and must be adhered to.
  • Suitable footwear must be worn at all times whilst on Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary grounds.
  • Appropriate clothing must be worn at all times.
  • For safety reasons, minimum height restriction to hold a koala, baby crocodile, snake or bird of prey is 135cm.

ADMISSION TICKETS

  • Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary E-tickets are valid for 12 months from the date of purchase unless otherwise stated. All E-tickets are non-transferable and not redeemable for cash. Tickets cannot be on-sold to another party for re-sale. (Special circumstances may be reviewed under Management discretion).
  • Government issued pension card must be provided on entry to receive concession price
  • You will receive an email including your invoice and your E-ticket. Entry is granted by presenting, a printed E-ticket or displayed on a mobile device.
  • Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary reserve the right to close exhibits, shows and attractions as required.
  • Unless expressly stated to the contrary tickets do not include access to special events conducted outside of advertised park trading hours.
  • Does not include experiences and attractions that are not included in entry price.
  • Currumbin Wildlife Sanctuary visitor numbers are capped to prevent overcrowding. Entry is on a first come, first served basis. When park reaches capacity we cannot permit further entries.
  • Experience Pass holders must book TreeTop Challenge times prior to arrival and after purchase on 1300 881 446.
  • Check all ticket specials for redemption dates. Some promotions do not have a one year validity.
  • Prices are subject to change without notice due to any changes in government charges, taxes or levies. All prices in AUD and include GST.
  • Tickets can only be purchased through this web site by using a major credit card. Your credit card will be debited at the time of purchase.
  • All credit card purchases are made through the Commonwealth Bank secure payment facility. The service uses a Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol that was developed to protect confidential information such as credit card numbers and other financial data from interception and hacking. In the unlikely event that you believe any unauthorised use of your credit card has occurred, please immediately notify us by email and contact your bank directly.
  • Handle your E-ticket as you would cash. Be cautious if someone offers to sell you this document, it has no official resale value and may be an unauthorised copy.
  • Lost, damaged or stolen tickets cannot be replaced.
  • Annual Pass holders must present membership cards with photo ID on arrival.
  • E-tickets can only be used once.
  • Conditions of Entry apply.

TREETOP CHALLENGE

  • TreeTop Challenge is designed to be more challenging as you move through the 3 levels. You are welcome to take a break at the end of any course if you wish.
  • The TreeTop Challenge courses have been designed for children and adults alike for family fun, fitness and team building. Participants must be able to comfortably reach 160cm to enter. To measure yourself or a child, stand with flat feet on the ground and raise arms above head with hands outstretched. Measure from the ground to the middle of the palm of the hand. To continue to the advanced black Course, participants must be able to reach 180cm.
  • Children under 18 require a parent/adult to sign the consent form. It is recommended that children 14 years and under are supervised by an adult throughout Tree Top Challenge.
  • The TreeTop Challenge activity will require you to conquer your fear of heights and is suitable only for persons physically and mentally able to sustain a minimum of physical exertion and stress.
  • TreeTop Challenge is not recommended to pregnant women, people with brittle bones, heart problems, epilepsy, high blood pressure or any other adverse medical condition.
  • The equipment provided (gloves, harnesses, helmets, ropes and pulleys) is checked daily by staff and must be used according to the instructions given.
  • Closed in shoes must be worn to participate in the activities.
  • Long hair must be tightly tied back.

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