Legal

Conditions of entry

 

In order to provide an enjoyable and safe environment for all customers and visitors to Eastland (including associated grounds, car parks and access ways) (Centre), Eastland Property Holdings Pty Ltd, as trustee for the Eastland Shopping Centre Trust (Owner) has adopted the following Conditions of Entry:

  1. Every person who enters the Centre agrees to be bound by these Conditions of Entry. Should any person not agree with any of the Conditions of Entry, then that person should immediately leave the Centre by a designated exit.
  2. The Centre is private property and the Owner reserves the right to refuse the admission of any person to the Centre and may remove any person from the Centre at any time for any reason. Persons must not access any service areas in the Centre.
  3. Any person entering the Centre may be subject to filming by closed circuit television or other surveillance equipment within and surrounding the Centre for operational (including Centre management), security and public risk reasons and the Owner reserves the right to use such evidence in any dispute. The movement of individuals throughout the Centre will be subject to monitoring by such equipment.  
  4. By entering the Centre, each individual consents to their information (including images) being recorded by such surveillance equipment and to the Owner disclosing the information recorded to anyone (including law enforcement bodies and persons involved in relevant legal or disciplinary actions) to the extent that the Owner deems such disclosure to be necessary to protect its lawful interests, the public interest or the safety or persons or property at the Centre.
  5. The Owner may collect personal information about any person entering the Centre in order to operate the Centre, to manage operations at the Centre, to provide people with services, features and functions related to their use of the Centre, and for purposes set out in the Owner's Privacy Policy. By entering the Centre, each individual agrees to the Owner’s Privacy Policy. Please contact the information desk in the Centre for information on the Owner’s Privacy Policy or view it here. The Privacy Policy contains information relating to access and correction of personal information, about how you may complain about a breach of the Australian Privacy Principles and how the Owner will deal with such a complaint.  If you would like any further information about our privacy policies or practices, please contact the Owner's Privacy Compliance Officer on +61 7 3360 3922 or by email at privacy@qic.com.
  6. Certain information you provide will be collected by or on our behalf and may be disclosed to third parties that help us deliver our services (including information technology suppliers, communication suppliers and our business partners) or as required by law. If you do not provide this information, you may be not be able to access the Centre.
  7. We may use and disclose your personal information overseas, including to recipients located in countries where we have an overseas office as listed in the QIC Privacy Policy, and to third party supplier and service provider recipients located overseas as described in the Owner's Privacy Policy. We will take reasonable steps to ensure that any overseas recipient will deal with such personal information in a way that is consistent with the Australian Privacy Principles.
  8. Hawkers are strictly prohibited in the Centre. Persons entering the Centre must not carry out research or spruik without the prior written approval of the Owner.
  9. Any person found bringing weapons into the Centre, spitting, using bad language, loitering, sitting on the floor or causing disruption to other customers will be asked to leave the Centre.
  10. Footwear and shirts or other appropriate attire must be worn at all times in or about the Centre. Clothing displaying offensive wording is prohibited.
  11. Skateboards, scooters, rollerskates and rollerblades or the like must not be used or ridden in or about the Centre. Bicycles are not permitted within the shopping centre and must be parked in spaces designated by the Owner. Mobility scooters used to assist mobility impaired persons are allowed provided they are used at all times in a safe manner.
  12. The consumption of alcohol (except in licensed premises in the Centre) and the use of illegal drugs in the Centre is strictly prohibited. Any person whom the Owner suspects to be affected by or under the influence or alcohol and drugs may, in the Owners sole discretion, be refused admission to or removed from the Centre.
  13. Smoking in any part of the Centre (including but not limited to undercover car parks and within 5 meters of any door way into the Centre) is strictly prohibited.
  14. Animals (other than Guide Dogs or Assistance Animals) must not be brought into the Centre.
  15. If a person or persons persist in any anti-social behaviour (as determined by the Owner in its absolute discretion) or is in breach of any of these Conditions of Entry, they may be banned from the Centre for any period determined by the Owner in the Owner’s absolute discretion.
  16. To the full extent permitted by law, the Owner is not liable for any loss, damage or injury to any property or person in the Centre whether or not caused by the negligent act or omission of the Owner, its managers, employees, servants and agents, and you agree to release us from any and all claims in relation to such matters.
  17. Any person who damages or causes any damage or loss to any other person, property or goods at the Centre will be liable for all direct, consequential or special loss or damage or injury suffered, and indemnifies and shall keep indemnified the Owner against all claims, expenses and other liabilities which may be brought against or incurred by the Owner in relation to such loss and damage.
  18. The use of any photographic, video or audio recording equipment by any person in or around the Centre, without prior written consent of the Owner is strictly prohibited and the Owner may remove any person from the Centre for contravening this condition or the condition of any consent of the Owner.
  19. Persons parking vehicles in the Centre do so at their own risk. The Owner shall not be liable for any damage to vehicles, theft of any valuables from a vehicle or for any other loss or damage of whatever nature to any vehicle or to the contents of any vehicle parked or driven in the Centre.
  20. Vehicles not parked in accordance with the Centre’s car parking conditions of entry may be entered and removed by the Owner or its employees at the sole risk and expense of the owner of the vehicle.
  21. Leaflets or brochures must not be either affixed to vehicles or otherwise distributed at the Centre without the prior written approval of the Owner.