Tickets are sold subject to the following terms and conditions:
No refund or exchange on any ticket except as below.
If an event is cancelled or rescheduled prior to commencement of the event, ticket holders may either:
a. request exchange tickets for an equivalent event by returning the tickets to the Australian Baseball Federation t/as Baseball Australia (“BA”) within two business days of the cancelled or rescheduled event and BA will, if possible, provide the exchange tickets (but does not guarantee that it will be able to do so). An equivalent event means, for a Carnival event, another event during the same Carnival, and for a standard event, another event, in both cases during the same year; or
b. return the tickets to BA within 30 days of the cancelled event to obtain a refund of the price paid for the tickets (excluding any booking charges).
BA reserves the right to cancel, reschedule and/or vary advertised events and games at any time.
Tickets may not be resold or offered for resale at a premium (including via on-line auction sites) or, without the written permission of BA, used for commercial, advertising or promotional purposes in connection with other goods or services. Breach of this condition may result in cancellation of the ticket and refusal of entry to the ticket holder.
BA will not process refunds on any pre-purchased tickets that are not redeemed as a result of any COVID related impacts. Any refunds are entirely at the discretion of BA.
By purchasing tickets to attend an event at a BA event you are deemed to have accepted the terms and conditions of entry set out herein as well as acknowledged and agreed to be bound by all BA Policies and Procedures. Please note that additional restrictions apply to entry into the mounting yard, and entry to that area will not be granted unless patrons agree to those restrictions at the time of entry.
Visitors enter the event at their own risk. BA accepts no responsibility for injury to any person (including injury resulting in death), or damage to or loss of property of any visitor occurring on or about the event.
BA reserves the right to refuse entry to, or remove from, the event any person who, in the opinion of any BA representative, is:
a. behaving, or is in a group of persons behaving, in a manner which is causing or is likely to cause disruption, nuisance or offence to other patrons, harm to persons, or damage to property;
b. dressed inappropriately; or
c. fails to comply with any of these conditions of entry to the event.
Persons who are or appear to be intoxicated or under the influence of drugs upon arrival at the event may be refused entry.
The following are not permitted to be brought onto the event (Bag searches may be undertaken to ensure compliance with this condition):
a. alcohol or illegal substances;
b. knives, firearms or other items that could potentially be used as a weapon; or
c. flares, fireworks, plastic horns, musical instruments, whistles, and other items which may have the potential to cause alarm and/or harm to animals or other patrons;
d. any other item deemed by any BA representative to have the potential to disrupt the orderly conduct of the event and/or cause a breach of BA’s duty of care to all persons entering the event
Patrons may not bring animals onto the event (other than a companion animal in the company of a sight- or hearing-impaired person).
Patrons are not permitted to trespass onto the diamonds at any time and may be sanctioned if they do so.
Patrons may be requested to provide proof of identity and/or age at any time.
LIQUOR ACT 2007
This venue has the right to refuse entry to any person, or to withdraw any person’s permission to remain on the premises at any time.
Under the Liquor Act 2007 alcohol must not be removed from the event.
It is an offence to sell or supply to or obtain liquor on behalf of persons under the age of 18.
For the purpose of the definition of responsible adult, a person who is of or above the age of 18 years and who, in relation to a minor, belongs to one or more of the following classes of persons is, in relation to the minor, a responsible adult for the purposes of the Liquor Act 2007:
a. a parent, step-parent or guardian of the minor,
b. the minor’s spouse or any person who, although not legally married to the minor, ordinarily lives with the minor as the minor’s spouse on a permanent and domestic basis,
c. a person who is, for the time being, in loco parentis to the minor.
Definition – in loco parentis The term “in loco parentis” describes a relationship similar to that of a parent to a child; specifically it refers to an individual who assumes parental status and responsibilities for another individual, usually a young person, without formally adopting that person. For example, legal guardians stand in loco parentis with respect to their wards.
Persons under the age of 18 years of age are not permitted entry to the event unless accompanied by their Legal Guardian or Loco Parentis.
a. A parent, step-parent or guardian of the minor
b. A person who is, for the time being, in loco parentis to the minor. this person must be 25 years of age or older and be able to verify to the satisfaction of BA their relationship to the minor
Definition – In Loco Parentis the term “Loco Parentis” describes a relationship similar to that of a parent to a child; specifically it refers to an individual who assumes parental status and responsibilities for another individual, usually a young person, without formally adopting that person.
CAR PARKS AND PERSONAL POSSESSIONS
Entry into and the parking and leaving of vehicles in the car parks at the event is at the risk of the driver/rider and passengers.
Whilst at the event patrons are responsible for their own property. Patrons must not leave bags or possessions unattended at any time and should ensure all valuables are removed from vehicles.
GAMBLING AND WAGERING
It is an offence to transmit from this event the betting odds being offered by bookmakers on any game or event.
Patrons under the age of 18 are not permitted to gamble and if caught will be prosecuted.
PHOTOGRAPHY, FILMS AND RECORDINGS
By attending an event each patron acknowledges that they may be photographed, filmed and/or recorded in any way and:
a. consents to being photographed, filmed and/or recorded by or on behalf of BA for BA’s advertising and promotional purposes (including, without limitation for promotion of BA game days); and
b. if the patron is the parent of any child present at the event or whose image is displayed at the event, consents to their child/children being photographed, filmed and/or recorded by or on behalf of BA and for BA to use and reproduce such photographs, films and recordings (including the colours worn by the relevant jockeys) for BA’s advertising and promotional purposes;
c. assigns any and all intellectual property rights they may have in any such photographs, films and recordings to BA, and agrees that BA and its successors and assigns will own all right, title and interest in such photographs, films and recordings and may exercise all intellectual property rights existing in or in relation to any such photographs, films and recordings throughout the world in perpetuity, free from any liens, claims, encumbrances or right of termination by the patron or anyone else; and
d. waives absolutely and irrevocably any moral rights they may have in or in relation to any of the photographs, films and recordings referred to in this condition 22.
Patrons must not, unless authorised by BA in writing and, if authorised, only on conditions determined by BA, take any photographs or make any films, video, digital or sound recordings (including by way of any hand held communications device) within the event for commercial purposes. No sale or distribution of goods or material
Patrons must not:
a. attempt to sell or distribute any goods or advertising, promotional or political materials or similar to persons attending the event; or
b. conduct any advertising, promotional or political campaign or activity or commercial marketing (including with others) anywhere at the event, without the written consent of BA.
BREACH OF CONDITIONS OF ENTRY
If you breach any of the above conditions, or BA (with reasonable cause) so directs, you may, without limitation:
a. be refused entry to the event;
b. be evicted from the event;
c. be required to surrender articles in your possession;
d. have your ticket confiscated or cancelled; and/or
e. be reported to an appropriate law enforcement body. Non-smoking venue
Patrons must adhere strictly to BA’s directions and signage prohibiting smoking in all smoke free areas of the event as required by the Smoke Free Environment Act 2000 (NSW) (Act). It is an offence under the Act to smoke in an area designated by the Act as a “smoke free area”. This policy applies to all premises, and other venues owned, controlled or occupied by BA (BA premises), and to all BA officers, management, and other employees, contractors, participants, visitors, and patrons and guests.