The Open Outdoor Boxes allow for ultimate comfort and experience. A hamper selection of beautiful savoury and dessert options is included, as well as a delicious selection of local wine, beer, soft drink and juice.
Troy Bayliss Events and Yamaha Motor Australia are bringing the new-look Australian Supercross Championships to Geelong this October. GMHBA Stadium will be hosting Australia’s greatest Supercross talent for a huge day of entertainment, with the Pit Party providing the community of Geelong a free-of-charge experience to rub shoulders with the teams/riders and enjoy the party atmosphere with DJs, music, autograph signing sessions and more. You don’t want to miss out on this spectacular event.
Type: Australian Supercross Championship Series Tickets, Packages & Experiences
Product Type: Corporate Boxes
- Exclusive use of a open outdoor box in the Premiership Suite
- Hamper selection of beautiful savoury and dessert options
- Selection of local wine, beer, soft drink and juice
- *Please enquire for child prices
Terms & Conditions
“the Trust” means the Client's officers, agents, employees, invitees, guests and any person to whom the Trust has on-sold the Corporate Facility (and that person’s officers, agents, employees, invitees and guests) where permitted by the Trust as detailed in clause 9.
“the Client” means the company or other organisation (or the individual, if no organisation is listed) in whose name a Corporate Facility is booked (as reflected in the applicable booking or confirmation form), or such organisation or other person as may be substituted for that party with the written consent of the Trust.
“Credit Card Fees” means any credit card fees (including the fees specified at clause 3.6) in relation to any Facility Payment.
“the Corporate Facility” means a Corporate Suite or Outdoor Open Air Box.
“the Corporate Facility Payments” means, in relation to a Corporate Facility for a day, payments by the Client to the Trust in relation to that Corporate Facility for that day, excluding Credit Card Fees.
“the Corporate Suite” means, during the Australian Supercross Championships Round 3:
(a) a corporate package in Brownlow Stand; or
(b) a corporate package in Premiership Stand; or
(c) any package or facility that may replace any of the above or be offered for sale exclusively to corporate or business clients by reference to these terms and conditions.
“the Event” means the events for which the Corporate Facility is licensed to be used.
“the On-seller” means a Client who has been authorised by the Trust to sell on behalf of the Trust one or more, or a combination of, Corporate Suite or Outdoor Open Air Box packages.
“the Outdoor Open Air Box” means, during the Australian Supercross Championships Round 3:
(a) a corporate package in Premiership Stand; or
(b) any package or facility that may replace any of the above or be offered for sale exclusively to corporate or business clients by reference to these terms and conditions.
“the Stadium” means GMHBA Stadium at Kardinia Park, 10 Kilgour Street, Geelong.
“the Trust” means the Kardinia Park Stadium Trust (ABN 31 318 314 795) operating in accordance with the Kardinia Park Stadium Act 2016.
“the Withheld Costs” means costs relating to the Client's Facility incurred by the Trust and that the Trust is not able to avoid or recoup despite using reasonable endeavours.
2.1 By signing and sending the booking form to the Trust, or by making a booking with the Trust or its authorised agents, including via the internet, for the relevant Corporate Facility, the Client agrees to comply with:
(a) these terms and conditions; and
(b) the Stadium Conditions of Entry,
(collectively the Conditions)
as amended from time to time by the Trust, which are available at www.kardiniapark.vic.gov.au/stadium/visitor-information/conditions-of-entry and upon request from the Trust.
2.2 The Client must ensure that the Associated Persons are, prior to their entry to the Stadium (or in the case of Associated Persons who are the customers of on-sellers, prior to booking a ticket), made aware of, and agree to comply with, the Conditions.
2.3 The Associated Persons must, and the Client must procure that the Associated Persons, comply with the Conditions at all times as contemplated by clause 2.3.
2.4 The Client must, and must ensure that the Associated Persons, while present at the Stadium, comply with:
(a) all relevant laws; and
(b) all relevant published policies of the Trust, including those relating to liquor, gambling and conduct.
2.5 The Client must ensure that persons to whom it has issued tickets for its Corporate Facility do not resell those tickets unless authorised in writing to do so by the Trust. While some tickets may be transferable, they must not be resold.
2.6 No cancellation or termination of a booking by the Client will be accepted by the Trust after the Trust sends a booking confirmation to the Client.
2.7 Booking confirmation is subject to the availability of the requested Facility.
3.1 All applications for Corporate Facility bookings should be accompanied by full payment in the form of a cheque or by completion of the credit card details on the Client's booking form or online, unless an invoice is requested by the Client. Where an invoice is requested, the full amount owing must be paid by the Client within 14 days of the date of the booking. The Trust will only confirm bookings for Corporate Facilities once full payment from the Client is received and all funds have cleared.
3.2 Failure by a Client to pay for a Corporate Facility as required by this clause 3, will allow the Trust, in its absolute discretion, to terminate that Client's Corporate Facility booking. If a booking is cancelled by the Trust in accordance with this clause 3.2, all payments made by the Client to the Trust will be forfeited by the Client and the Trust will be entitled to recover from the Client, any outstanding monies owing to it in respect of the Client’s booking of the Corporate Facility.
3.3 The Client agrees and acknowledges that the Trust will not issue any refunds for any payment made by the Client under any circumstances except in accordance with clause 4.
4.1 Clause 4 of the Stadium Conditions of Entry do not apply to refunds or exchanges in relation to Corporate Facilities. Rights to refunds or exchanges in relation to Corporate Facilities are dealt with exclusively by this clause 4.
4.2 Where monetary consideration has not been paid for a Corporate Facility by a Client, no exchange, refund or other costs will be paid or payable pursuant to this clause 4.
4.3 If the Event scheduled for a particular day at the Stadium for which the Client has made a Corporate Facility Payment is cancelled prior to the advertised time for the opening of gates for admission to the Stadium the Trust will refund to the Client the Corporate Facility Payments (less part or all of any withheld costs as reasonably determined by the Trust in all the relevant circumstances).
4.4 Refunds in relation to on-sold tickets:
(a) Where the Client has on-sold tickets in relation to its Corporate Facility to any person in accordance with clause 9 and the Client receives a refund from the Trust in accordance with this clause 4 in respect of a particular day, the Client must promptly refund to each person who has so purchased tickets to its Corporate Facility from the Client for that day a pro-rata proportion (based on the number of tickets to the Corporate Facility so purchased by the relevant person from the Client for that day as a proportion of total tickets to the Corporate Facility purchased by the Client for that day) of the amount of the refund given to the Client by the Trust.
(b) If any person who has (in accordance with clause 9) purchased tickets to the Corporate Facility from the Client referred to in sub-clause (a) for a relevant day (the Subsequent Purchaser) has further on-sold those tickets in accordance with clause 9, and the Client referred to in sub-clause (a) gives a refund to the Subsequent Purchaser in accordance with sub-clause (a) in respect of that day, then the Subsequent Purchaser must promptly refund to each person who has so purchased tickets to the Facility from it for that day a pro-rata proportion (based on the number of tickets to the Corporate Facility so purchased by the relevant person from the Subsequent Purchaser for that day as a proportion of total tickets to the Corporate Facility purchased by the Subsequent Purchaser for that day) of the amount of the refund given to the Subsequent Purchaser by the Client referred to in subclause (a).
5. ISSUE OF TICKETS
5.1 Without limiting clause 5.2, Clients will only be issued event ticketing and car park passes (if applicable) once full payment has been received by the Trust.
5.2 In addition to clause 5.1:
(a) where requested, the Trust will arrange for tickets for Corporate Suite Facilities to be sent via Australia Post’s Registered Post service to the address nominated by the Client on its booking form.
(b) where requested, the Trust will advise Clients when they may collect tickets for either Corporate Suite Facilities or Outdoor Open Air Facilities from the Trust’s Administration Office.
(c) the Trust bear no responsibility for lost or stolen tickets.
6. ENTRY AND DISPLAY OF TICKETS
6.1 The Client must ensure that its guests display the correct ticketing at all times. No person will be admitted to any Corporate Facility without the correct official ticket, appropriate for the particular Corporate Facility. The Trust and the appointed caterer reserve the right to refuse to admit or serve a person who does not display the correct ticketing, and may require that person to immediately leave the relevant Corporate Facility.
7. LOST OR STOLEN TICKETS
7.1 Replacement tickets may be issued at the Trust's discretion, at a cost of $50 for each ticket.
7.2 The Trust will only consider requests for replacement tickets that are in writing and that specify the exact seat numbers and valid credit card details for payment.
7.3 Clients must make arrangements to collect replacement tickets from the Trust’s Administration Office at times nominated by the Trust prior to the Event day for which the tickets are valid.
8.1 The Client accepts that the Trust-appointed caterer will be the sole permitted provider of catering in the Client’s Corporate Facility. No food or beverages other than that provided by the Caterer is permitted to be brought into a Facility.
8.2 The Trust and its appointed caterer follow guidelines for Responsible Serving of Alcohol. Alcoholic beverages will not be served to persons under the age of 18 years, or to a Client or an Associated Person who is reasonably believed to be in a state of intoxication.
8.3 Should a Client or any Associated Person be in breach of liquor licensing laws, or procure, aid or abet the breach of such laws by any other person, the Trust may cancel the Client's Corporate Facility (without refund) and require the Client and the Client's guests to leave the Stadium.
9.1 The Client must not sell or on-sell any part of its Corporate Facility (including any ticket to the relevant Corporate Facility) without the prior written approval of the Trust.
10. ADVERTISING AND PROMOTIONS
10.1 The Client must not advertise or promote, or procure the advertising or promotion of, their Corporate Facility or the Event in any way without the prior written consent of the Trust.
10.2 The Client must not use tickets to a Corporate Facility or the Event for advertising or other promotional purposes (including, without limitation, prizes, contests or sweepstakes) without the prior written consent of the Trust.
10.3 The Client must not (except with the prior written consent of the Trust) in any reference to or advertising or promotion of the Client or its activities use the name of the Trust, or of any Event promoted by or on behalf of the Trust, or in any way suggest any connection between the Client and the Trust, that the Client or any of the Client's activities are endorsed by the Trust, or that the Client is a sponsor or in some other way connected to the Trust or any event promoted by or on behalf of the Trust.
11. INDEMNITY AND LIABILITY
11.1 The Client indemnifies the Trust against liability for or in respect of any claims, demands, actions, suits or proceedings, costs, expenses, loss, damage, injury or death of any person arising out of or in connection with the conduct of the Client or any of the Client's Associated Persons while at the Stadium.
12.1 Without limiting the Trust’s rights under clause 3.4 or any other right the Trust has at law, the Trust may terminate a Client’s booking (or any part of a booking where more than one booking is made) immediately without notice if:
(a) the Client or Associated Persons fails to comply with the Conditions (as set out in clause 2.1) or any other condition contained in the booking form for the relevant Corporate Facility;
(b) the Client becomes the subject to bankruptcy, liquidation or winding up procedures or otherwise becomes or threatens to become insolvent;
(c) there is a serious likelihood that damage may be caused to the Corporate Facility for which the booking is made or where the Trust considers that an emergency exists; or
(d) the Trust’s name or reputation, in its sole opinion, is, or is likely to be brought into disrepute by any act or omission of the Client or Associated Persons or the Client or Associated Persons is involved, or suspected of being involved in any illegal conduct or activity.
In such circumstances that a Client or Associated Persons breach the provisions set forth in this clause 12, the Trust may retain or seek to recover, in its absolute discretion, the full payment of the Corporate Facility as made or partly made by the Client or Client on behalf of the Associated Persons
13. FORCE MAJEURE
13.1 Except as expressly provided under clause 4, under no circumstances will the Trust be liable to the Client or to any Associated Persons if the Trust is unable to perform its obligations to the Client due to any event or act beyond the control of the Trust.
Current as at 1 August 2018