Terms and Conditions

TERMS & CONDITIONS OF ENTRY TO: The 2023 National Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Eye Health Conference (NATSIEHC23)

You're entering this 'Event' constitutes your acceptance of all the terms and conditions listed below only upon which entry is granted.

  1. Entry to the venue is at your own risk and is subject to the terms and conditions of the host venue
  2. The University of Melbourne and its agents reserves the right to refuse admission and to remove persons from the venue for any reason including behaviour likely to cause damage, nuisance or annoyance of for failure to comply with the reasonable requests of The University of Melbourne or its representatives staffing the Event
  3. Smoking and using e-cigarettes: Smoking is banned within 4 metres of a pedestrian entrance to or exit from a public building in NSW. This law is called the ‘4 metre law’ under the Smoke-free Environment Act 2000
  4. Helium Balloons, Incendiary devices (Flares, fireworks, and smoke bombs) are not permitted into the venue and any person in possession of such articles may be refused entry or ejected
  5. No Weapons of any type are permitted in the venue and any person in possession of such articles may be refused entry or ejected
  6. No Banners / Poles or similar are allowed into the venue
  7. No bags / large items that cannot be placed under your seat are permitted into the venue
  8. The University of Melbourne and its security personnel may conduct security and or bag searches to ensure the safety of persons at the Event. Failure to consent or submit to an inspection may result in denial of entry
  9. Illegal substances are strictly prohibited from the Event
  10. No animals will be admitted into the venue (service animals exempt)
  11. No unauthorised trading is permitted within the venue or venue grounds
  12. No unauthorised recording or photography is permitted at this event without prior permission from the University of Melbourne
  13. The University of Melbourne is recording and photographing the Event. Your attendance at the Event shall constitute your approval for inclusion within the photography, filming and audio recording and your approval permission for The University of Melbourne to make full use of the images, recordings and the footage was taken without any recourse to you.The University may use, copy, publish, make available, distribute, transmit, perform, display, edit or modify the images, recordings and the footage anywhere in the world, but only for the purposes of academic, teaching and research activities (including the creation of online courses); promotion and marketing (including of the University and courses provided by the University and its content partners and use of images on Imagebank); reporting and journalism; and knowledge transfer (Permitted Purposes). You are not entitled to any royalties, fees or other compensation in return for any utilisation of the images, recordings and the footage permitted by this. Should you wish to opt out of this inclusion you must speak with a University of Melbourne staff member prior to entry
  14. The University of Melbourne, its employees and agents are not responsible for any loss, injury or damage, howsoever caused, to you except where any such loss, injury or damage is caused by the negligence of The University, its employees or agents
  15. In the interests of public safety, The University of Melbourne and its agents reserves the right to request you to leave the venue at any time for safety reasons or immediately after the Event. No admission or reā€admission after the end of the Event
  16. IN CASE OF EMERGENCY: Please follow all directives of venue & security personnel and staff
  17. Providing evidence of COVID-19 vaccination is no longer a requirement of event attendance, however the University continues to strongly encourage everyone to stay up to date with their vaccination
  18. This is a ticketed event, and the tickets are not transferrable