Competition: Terms and Conditions
A. About this competition
- The promoter of this competition is the ACT Government's Chief Minister, Treasury and Economic Development Directorate (Promoter) 1 Constitution Avenue, Canberra City ACT 2601. ABN 65 473 927 828
- The purpose of this competition is to reward participation in the YourSay Nature-based Tourism Strategy survey.
- The competition period is from 8am 26 September 2018 closing at 5pm on 5 November 2018. No late entries will be accepted.
B. Entry Requirements
- The promotion is inviting people to participate in the YourSay Nature-based Tourism Strategy survey.
- To enter, agree to provide your given name, email address and postcode.
- Competition entry is free (excluding internet charges).
- Employees of the Chief Minister, Treasury and Economic Development Directorate are not ineligible to enter.
- The promotion is open to residents of Australia.
- There is no limit to the amount of entries per entrant.
C. Prizes and judging
- The three winners will be drawn after 5 November 2018 by staff at the Chief Minister, Treasury and Economic Development Directorate. The decision of the judges will be final with no correspondence entered into.
- Each of the three winners will win a family (2 x adults and 2 x children tickets) pass to the National Zoo and Aquarium. Valued at $120.00
- The winners will be notified by email within 2 days of the draw and are required to contact the Promoter to accept their prize within four (4) weeks of the notification.
- In the event that a prize is unclaimed at the end of this period, the prize may be awarded to another winner as determined by the judges and this entrant will be notified and have four (4) weeks to accept the prize.
- The Promoters accept no responsibility for any variation of the value of the prize, and reserve their right to substitute another prize, or component of a prize, without notice to the winner.
D. Condition of Conduct
Pursuant to Section 6A of the Act, the following conditions apply to the conduct of Exempt Lotteries:
- Each ticket or entry in the lottery must have an equal chance of winning;
- the winning ticket or entry, and, if available, the identity of the person who holds the winning ticket or entry, must be recorded by the person conducting the lottery;
- the person conducting the lottery must make the results of the lottery available to subscribers (for example, via a newspaper, email, website or newsletter) and if the identity of a person who holds the winning ticket or entry is known—tell the person the results of the lottery
- a person who wins a prize must not be charged a fee when the person receives the prize;
- the person conducting the lottery must not conduct the lottery or advertise the lottery in a way that, having regard to the lottery participants, could be considered inappropriate or offensive;
- for a lottery with 2 or more prizes—the major prize must be drawn first, unless a winning ticket or entry is eligible to win another prize;
- the person conducting the lottery must do everything reasonably necessary to ensure that a person entitled to a prize in the lottery receives the prize;
- if a prize is not claimed within a reasonable period, taking into account the nature of the prize, the person conducting the lottery must draw another winning ticket or entry;
- and the person conducting the lottery must take reasonable steps to identify a person who holds a winning ticket or entry.
E. Privacy Statement
- Personal information submitted by the Entrant will be stored, used and disclosed in accordance with the requirements of the Information Privacy Act 2014.
- Each entry must be in accordance with these Terms and Conditions and each entrant agrees to be bound by them. The Promoter may refuse to award a prize to entrants who fail to comply with these Terms and Conditions.
- On entering this competition, to the full extent permitted by the law, you indemnify the Promoter, its employees and agents against liability in respect of all claims, costs and expenses in relation to all loss, damage, injury or death to persons or property as a result of entering into the competition or accepting any prize.