Handball Terms & Conditions

 Handball Championships Terms and Conditions

Index: 

  • Handball Championships - including Your OSHC Service Championships and Regional Championships
  • Handball Championships - including Rocketeers Championships and Regional Championships

 

 

Handball Championships - including Your OSHC Service Championships and Regional Championships

Competition (Game of Skill) Details, Terms and Conditions

 

 

PART A – Competition Details

 

Competition Details

Item

Subject

Requirement

1.      

Promoter

Camp Australia Pty Ltd ABN 96 060 703 120 (Camp Australia) of L1, 207-213 Waverley Road, Malvern East VIC 3145

2.      

Competition

National Handball Championship

3.      

Service Championship Competition Period

Service Championship Competition Commencement Date

22 March 2021

Service Championship Competition End Date

26 March 2021

4.      

Eligible Entrants

This Competition is only open to any person who, during the Service Championship Competition Period:

·         is a primary school aged student who is currently:

o    enrolled in a Camp Australia school;

o    registered with Camp Australia;  and

o    attends Camp Australia After School Care at a participating service (Service); and

·         submits an Eligible Entry.  

5.      

Eligible Entry

To enter the Competition, the parent or legal guardian of a child must, prior to the Service Championship Competition Period:

1.     complete the form available on the Camp Australia website: http://pp.campaustralia.com.au/ ; and

2.     pay a one off entry fee of AUD $5 (per child) prior to 26 March 2021. The entry fee is non-refundable, unless:

1.     the parent or legal guardian of the Eligible Entrant cancels the Eligible Entrant’s entry into the Competition prior to 22 March 2021;

2.     the Eligible Entrant does not attend After School Care during the Service Championship Competition Period due to illness or sickness, and the parent or legal guardian of the Eligible Entrant provides Camp Australia with a medical certificate within 2 days of the end of the Service Championship Competition Period; or

3.     Camp Australia cancels the Competition.   

If eligible for a refund, Camp Australia will process your refund back to your original payment method. Please allow up to 5 business days for your refund to be processed by your bank.

6.      

Maximum Eligible Entries

Only 1 entry is allowed per Eligible Entrant.

7.      

Competition Process – Service Championship

Service Championship:
Each day in After School Care (at a participating Service) during the Service Championship Competition Period, Eligible Entrants will be able to participate in the Competition (Service Championship). An Eligible Entrant can compete in the Service Championship any day that they are registered to attend the participating Service, and for a maximum of 5 days, during the Service Championship Competition Period.  

The educators at each Service will be responsible for conducting the Competition during the Service Championship Competition Period.

Eligible Entrants will compete in a series of games of handball on days they attend the Service, during which Eligible Entrants will play and collect points. The Eligible Entrants with the highest points on each day will progress to the championship game on the same day, where they will play for extra points.

At the end of the week, the Eligible Entrant that has accumulated the most points (by attending After School Care and competing in the Service Championship on any given day) will be the Service Champion of their relevant Service. If there are two Eligible Entrants with equal highest scores and they both attend After School Care on Friday 26 March 2021, they will play off on that day to see who can collect the most points in a 10 minute game. Otherwise, both Eligible Entrants will be considered Service Champions.

 

Each Eligible Entrant that participates in the Service Championship will receive a ball.  The Service Champion will win a trophy and an invitation to attend the Regional Championship.   There is no additional prize for the winner of a Service Championship.

Country Services
If a Service Champion attends a Service that is located 50km or more from the location of the closest Regional Championship (Country Service), the Service Champion may elect to participate in either:

1.     a Regional Championship at a region identified in Item 11; or

2.     the Ultimate Rally Championship (details of which are set out below).

For the avoidance of doubt, a Service Champion of a Country Service (Country Service Champion) can only participate in either the Regional Championship or the Ultimate Rally Championship. They cannot participate in both.

The Country Service Champion must make this election within 5 days of the Service Championship Competition End Date.  

A Service Champion of a Service which is not a Country Service is not eligible to participate in the Ultimate Rally Championship and may only participate in a Regional Championship.

8.      

Competition Process – Regional Championship

Regional Championship:
Camp Australia will hold a Regional Championship for each of the regions identified in Item 11. The Regional Championship is not exclusive to Service Champions, as participants will also include the winners from other handball competitions promoted by Camp Australia.

Each Service Champion will be eligible to compete at their relevant Regional Championship on the Regional Championship Competition Date as set out at Item 12.  The Service Champion which has accumulated the most points at their relevant Regional Championship on the Regional Championship Competition Date will be awarded the Regional Championship Prize.  There will be one winner for each Regional Championship region identified in Item 11.

The Regional Championship will not be held during the hours of After School Care (see Item 12). The cost of transport to and attendance at the Regional Championship is not covered by Camp Australia. Every Service Champion who is invited to the Regional Championships must meet their own transportation, accommodation and any other costs associated with attendance at the event.

Camp Australia is not responsible for the supervision of any child at the Regional Championship. Participants at the Regional Championship must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian, who will have sole responsibility for supervision of the child whilst in attendance.

9.      

Competition Process – Ultimate Rally Championship

Ultimate Rally Championship (URC):

The URC will require Country Service Champions (see under heading ‘Country Services’ at Item 7 above) to submit a one minute video of a handball rally with a friend or family member. These will then be judged by Handball Australia to determine the highest rally counts and the Country Service Champions in first, second and third place (URC Champion(s)).  The URC Prize for first, second and third place is set out in Item 16.

Process:
A Country Service Champion will receive an email with a link to submit their video within 5 days of electing to participate in the Ultimate Rally Championship. 

The Country Service Champion must submit their video (in MP4 format), as well as any requested information by no later than 11.59pm on 25 April 2021 (URC Submission Date).  

URC Rules
The Country Service Champion must submit a 1 minute video of a handball rally with a ‘rally partner’. The rally partner can be a friend, family member or teacher. 

During the 1 minute video, the Country Service Champion must try to obtain the highest rally count with their rally partner.

The video must:

·         clearly show the number of counts; and

·         be a continuous video.

Camp Australia will not accept a video which it reasonably believes has been edited or tampered with in any way.

The Country Service Champion can attempt to obtain the highest rally count any number of times prior to submitting their video on or before the URC Submission Date. The Country Service Champion can only submit one video.  If more than one video is submitted, only the first video submitted will be accepted.

For the avoidance of doubt, only a Country Service Champion is eligible to win the URC Prize.  The rally partner is not eligible to receive any URC Prize  or other prize.

How to count a rally?

Handball Australia will count the rally based on the following rules:

A rally is considered over IF: 

·         the ball is missed;

·         the ball in the server’s square bounces 2 times;

·         a child hits the ball before it bounces in their own square once;

·         a child hits a ball that was in another child's square;

·         a child (square owner) misses the ball;

·         the ball is held or scooped; or

·         the ball bounces out of bounds.

Every time the Country Service Champion or their ‘rally partner’ breaks the rally, the rally count will start again. The Country Service Champion must pick up the ball and try to rally again in the same minute.  The highest count in the minute is recorded as the highest score.

10.   

Criteria

Each Eligible Entrant must follow the Competition rules as determined by Camp Australia.  All referee decisions made during the Service Championship Competition Period and on the Regional Championship Competition Date are final.

Eligible Entrants who do not follow the rules may forfeit their place in the Championship. Three warnings will be issued before an Eligible Entrant is asked to leave the Championship. If there is a dispute between two children, it will be left up to the referee on the day to decide an outcome.

The winning Eligible Entrant must win:

1.     the Service Championship for their relevant Service at the end of the Service Championship Competition Period; and

2.     the Regional Championship on the Regional Championship Competition Date.  

11.   

Regions

A Regional Championship will be held in each of the following States and Territories:

1.     ACT

2.     NSW

3.     NT

4.     QLD

5.     SA

6.     VIC

7.     WA

Camp Australia may hold more than one Regional Championship in each State and Territory listed above. An up to date list of the locations for the Regional Championships is available on the Camp Australia website: https://www.campaustralia.com.au/handball.

12.   

Regional Championship Competition Date

The Regional Championship will not be held during the hours of After School Care. 

The Regional Championship will be held at 10am on Sunday 2 May 2021.

13.   

Regional Championship Prize

The amount of the prize an individual will receive for winning a Regional Championship is dependent on the total number of Regional Championships (as listed on the Camp Australia website: https://www.campaustralia.com.au/handball) (Regional Championship Prize).

 

*There will be one Regional Championship Prize at each Regional Championship identified on the Camp Australia website (see Item 11). The amount of the prize is the Total Prize Pool (Regional Championship) divided by the number of Regional Championships. There is a limit of one prize per Eligible Entrant.

14.   

Total Prize Pool (Regional Championship)

The Total Prize Pool (Regional Championship) value is AUD $12,000.
There is a Regional Championship Prize for each of the Regional Championships identified on the Camp Australia website (see Item 11). The amount of the prize is the Total Prize Pool (Regional Championship) divided by the number of Regional Championships.

15.   

Winner Notification (Regional Championship)

The winner of each region will be notified at the Regional Championship on the Regional Championship Competition Date.

The parent or legal guardian of the winner will also be notified by email within 14 business days after the Regional Championship Competition Date, using the contact details provided in the Eligible Entry (Notification Date (Regional Championship).

16.   

URC Prize

The URC Champion in:

·         first place will win $750;

·         second place will win $500; and

·         third place will win $250.

17.   

Total Prize Pool (URC)

The Total Prize Pool (URC) value is AUD $1,500. 

18.   

Winner Notification (URC)

The URC Champions (and their relevant placing) will be notified on 30 April.

The parent or legal guardian of the URC Champion will also be notified by email within 14 days after 30 April, using the contact details provided in the Eligible Entry (Notification Date).

19.   

Claim Period

Please allow up to 28 business days from the relevant Notification Date for the delivery of the Regional Championship Prize/URC Prize to the Regional Champion/URC Champion.

20.   

Special Conditions (if any)

N/A

21.   

Competition Contact Details

Marketing Team

Camp Australia

L1, 207-213 Waverley Road, Malvern East VIC 3145

[email protected]

1300 105 343

 

Part B – Terms and Conditions

 

1.               Terms

1.1 The terms that apply for the Competition consist of, in order of priority to the extent there is any inconsistency or conflict:

1.1.1         the information, instructions and details contained in Part A – Competition Details (Part A);

1.1.2         the terms set out in Part B – Terms and Conditions (Part B); and

1.1.3         any other information set out in promotional advertisements (if any) for the Competition, which together are the Terms.

1.2            Capitalised words use in Part B will have the meaning given it to it in Part A.

1.3            References in these Terms to ‘you’ or ‘your’ are to the parent or legal guardian of the Eligible Entrant.  

1.4            By participating in the Competition your child does so at its own risk and you agree to be bound by the Terms. If you do not accept these Terms, your child must not participate in the Competition and will not be eligible for any prizes offered in the Competition.

1.5            To the extent that the Competition is conducted on, advertised or promoted on a social media platform owned by a third party (such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram), you acknowledge and agree that the Competition is in no way sponsored, endorsed or promoted by such third party.

 

2.               Who can enter

2.1           Your child is eligible to enter the Competition if your child satisfies the Eligible Entrant criteria.

2.2           Eligible Entrants must have parental or legal guardian permission prior to submitting an Eligible Entry.

 

3.               How to enter

3.1           The Competition will be held:

3.1.1         during the Service Championship Competition Period as set out in Item 3 of Part A of these Terms and Conditions; and

3.1.2         if the Eligible Entrant progresses to the Regional Championship, on the Regional Championship Competition Date as set out in Item 12 of Part A of these Terms and Conditions.

3.2           To enter the Competition, you must submit an Eligible Entry, follow any additional instructions specified in Part A, and Camp Australia must receive the Eligible Entry, during the Service Championship Competition Period.

3.3           Eligible Entrants are solely responsible for any costs associated with entering the Competition, including costs associated with accessing the internet.

 

4.               Entries

4.1             You may submit up to the Maximum Eligible Entries. If an Eligible Entrant submits more than the Maximum Eligible Entries, only the entry or entries most recently submitted (up to the permitted maximum) will be accepted by Camp Australia.  A parent or legal guardian can enter multiple children by selecting the name of each child they wish to enter in the drop down menu on the form available on the Camp Australia portal https://pp.campaustralia.com.au/HandballChampionships/upcoming. Each child is considered a separate Eligible Entrant.  For the avoidance of doubt, the one off entry fee for each child is AUD $5.

4.2           All entries are deemed to be received at the time of receipt by Camp Australia, not the time of transmission or submission by you.

4.3           Camp Australia may disqualify and exclude any Eligible Entrant if Camp Australia considers, in its absolute discretion that you or the Eligible Entrant have breached any part of these Terms, or engaged in any improper conduct calculated to jeopardise the fair and proper operation of the Competition.

4.4           Camp Australia reserves the right to verify the validity of entries and entrants at any time.

4.5           All decisions about the eligibility of entrants made by Camp Australia will be final.

 

5.               How to win

5.1           This Competition is a game of skill and chance plays no part in determining the winner(s).

5.2           The Eligible Entrant must compete no less than one day at After School Care, and no more than five days at After School Care, at the Service during the Service Championship Competition Period. The Eligible Entrant must be registered to attend the participating Service on each day they wish to compete in the Service Championship.

5.3           The winner for each Service will be the Eligible Entrant which has accumulated the most points during the Service Championship Competition Period.

5.4           The winner of each Service Championship will progress to the:

5.4.1         Regional Championship; or

5.4.2         URC, if the Service Champion is from a Country Service and has elected to compete in the URC instead of the Regional Championship. 

5.5           For the avoidance of doubt, the winner of a Service Championship will not be awarded the Regional Championship Prize, URC Prize or any other financial benefit. Camp Australia will notify you if your child progresses to the Regional Championship or URC using the contact details provided in the Eligible Entry.

5.6           Regional Championship:

5.6.1         The Regional Championship will be held on the Regional Championship Competition Date, which will not be during the hours of After School Care.  If the Service Champion is unable to attend the Regional Championship, they forfeit their position in the Regional Championship, and the Eligible Entrant in second place (or third place, if the Eligible Entrant in second place is unable to attend) will represent the Service at the Regional Championship. If the Eligible Entrant in third place is unable to attend, the Service’s position in the Regional Championship is forfeited.

5.6.2         The Service Champion with the highest amount of points at the Regional Championship will be awarded the Regional Championship Prize.  There will only be one prize awarded at each Regional Championship identified in Item 11.

5.6.3         Winner(s) of a Regional Championship will be notified in the manner set out in Winner Notification (Regional Championship) using all reasonable attempts.

5.7           URC:

5.7.1         The Country Service Champions with the highest, second highest and third highest rally count will a prize in the URC Championship.

5.7.2         The URC Champions will be determined by Handball Australia on 30 April 2021.

5.7.3         Winner(s) of the URC will be notified in the manner set out in Winner Notification (URC) using all reasonable attempts.

6.               Prizes

6.1           In this clause 6, ‘Prize’ means the Regional Championship Prize or the URC Prize (as the case may be).

6.2           The winner(s) will be awarded the Prize(s) and must claim their Prize by the date and in accordance with the instructions set out in Claim Period.

6.3           A maximum of one Prize will be awarded to:

6.3.1         the winner of a Regional Championship listed in Item 11, in respect of the Regional Championship; and

6.3.2         first, second and third place, in respect of the URC.

6.4           Prizes may not be transferred or redeemable.

6.5           Unless otherwise stated in the Competition Details, Camp Australia will, at its expense, deliver the Prize to the winner. It is the responsibility of each winner to be available or make arrangements for receipt of the delivery.

6.6           If a winner is under the age of 18, Camp Australia may, at its discretion, award their Prize to the winner’s parent or legal guardian.

6.7           If the Prize or any part of it is unavailable for whatever reason, Camp Australia, in its sole discretion, reserves the right to substitute the Prize (or any part of it) with a prize of equal or greater value and/or specification.

6.8           Subject to clause 3, Camp Australia makes no representation or warranty in relation to any of the Prizes.

6.9           Each winner is responsible for all ancillary costs associated with the Prize.

 

7.               Unclaimed Prizes

7.1           In this clause 7:

7.1.1         ‘Winner Notification’ means the Winner Notification (Regional Championship) or the Winner Notification (URC); and

7.1.2         ‘Prize’ means the Regional Championship Prize or the URC Prize,

as the case may be.

7.2           If:

7.2.1         Camp Australia cannot contact the winner in the manner as set out in Winner Notification; or

7.2.2         the winner forfeits the Prize,

then in each case, Camp Australia may, at its sole discretion retain the Prize.

 

8.               Privacy and Publicity

8.1           You acknowledge that Camp Australia may collect, store and use personal information in order to conduct the Competition (including notifying winners) and for related marketing, promotional, publicity, research and profiling purposes.

8.2           Camp Australia will use and handle your personal information in accordance with its Privacy Policy, available at campaustralia.com.au (as updated from time to time).

8.3           By entering the Competition you acknowledge and agree in the event the your child is a winner:

8.3.1         that Camp Australia may publish or cause to be published your child’s name on Camp Australia’s website; and

8.3.2         if requested by Camp Australia, to participate and co-operate in any editorial, promotional and publicity activities relating to the Competition, and consent to Camp Australia using your child’s name and photos in such materials which may be published in hard copy or online.

 

9.               Liability and Warranty

9.1          If for any reason the Competition (or any aspect of it) is not capable of being conducted as reasonably anticipated due to any reason beyond the reasonable control of Camp Australia, including but not limited to vandalism, power failures, tempests, weather, natural disasters, acts of God, civil unrest, strike, war, act of terrorism, epidemic, pandemic or public health emergency, computer virus, bugs, tampering, unauthorised intervention, fraud or technical failures, Camp Australia reserves the right, in its absolute discretion, to:

9.1.1         disqualify any entrant (whether or not an Eligible Entrant); and/or

9.1.2         modify, suspend, terminate or cancel the Competition,

without liability to any person for any costs, loss or damage whatsoever arising out of, or in connection with, such action.

9.2           To the maximum extent permitted by law, Camp Australia and its Related Bodies Corporate (as that term is defined in the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth)) take no responsibility for:

9.2.1         lost, delayed, damaged, undelivered, misdirected or unreceived Prizes; and

9.2.2         late, lost, incorrectly submitted or misdirected, error, omission, interruption, deletion, defect, delay in operation or transmission, communications line failure, theft or destruction or unauthorized access to, or alteration of, entries,

and reserves the right to take any action that may be available.

9.3           Nothing in these Terms restricts, excludes or modifies (or purports to restrict, exclude or modify) any statutory consumer rights under any applicable law, including the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth) (Non-Excludable Guarantees).

9.4           Except for any liability that cannot by law be excluded, including the Non-Excludable Guarantees, Camp Australia and its Related Bodies Corporate are not responsible for and exclude all liability (including negligence), for any personal injury or death; or any loss, expense or damage (including loss of opportunity), whether direct, indirect, special or consequential, arising out of or in connection with this Competition, the Service Championship, Regional Championship or URC, or the Regional Championship Prize and URC Prize, including:

9.4.1         the entrant’s participation in the Competition, including undertaking any activity in or connected with their entry into the Competition;

9.4.2         any theft, unauthorised access or third party interference;

9.4.3         any decision by Camp Australia or a referee in relation to the Competition;

9.4.4         any publication of any material, including any statements made by any staff member, journalist, other entrants or any other person;

9.4.5         any problem or technical difficulties or malfunction of any computer equipment, software, internet connection (whether or not under Camp Australia’s control);

9.4.6         any variation in Prize value to that stated in these Terms;

9.4.7         any tax liability incurred by a winner; or

9.4.8         use of a Prize.

 

10.             General

10.1           Camp Australia may, in its sole discretion and at any time, update, change or modify these Terms. Such change shall be effective immediately upon posting to campaustralia.com.au.

10.2           If there is a dispute concerning the conduct of the Competition, the decision of Camp Australia is final and binding on each Eligible Entrant and no correspondence will be entered into.

10.3           Failure by Camp Australia to enforce any of its rights at any stage does not constitute a waiver of those rights.

10.4           The Terms are governed by the laws of New South Wales. The parties submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of New South Wales.

10.5           Any queries regarding the Competition should be directed to the person listed in Competition Contact Details.

 

 

 Handball Championships - including Rocketeers Championships and Regional Championships

Competition (Game of Skill) Details, Terms and Conditions

PART A – Competition Details

 

Competition Details

Item

Issue

Requirement

1.      

Promoter

Camp Australia Pty Ltd ABN 96 060 703 120 (Camp Australia) of L1, 207-213 Waverley Road, Malvern East VIC 3145

2.      

Competition

National Handball Championship, comprising of the:

1.     Rocketeers Championship held on the Rocketeers Championship Competition Dates; and

2.     in relation to winners of the Rocketeers Championship, Regional Championship held on the Regional Championship Competition Date.  

3.      

Rocketeers Championship Competition Dates

During the autumn school holidays, Camp Australian will run a school holiday program (Rocketeers Program) at participating locations (Rocketeers Location).

The Rocketeers Championship will be held on 2 days during the Rocketeers Program.  The dates will vary depending on the Rocketeers Location. Please visit the Camp Australia website at https://campaustralia.com.au/families/rocketeers and search for your nearest Rocketeers location to find the Rocketeers Championship Competition Dates for this Location.  

4.      

Eligible Entrants

This Competition is only open to any person who, on either of the Rocketeers Championship Competition Dates:

·         is a primary school aged student who is currently:

o    registered with Camp Australia; and

o    attends the Rocketeers Program at a Rocketeers Location on one of the Rocketeers Championship Competition Dates; and

·         submits an Eligible Entry.  

5.      

Eligible Entry

To enter the Competition, the parent or legal guardian of a child must, prior to the commencement of a Rocketeers Program, book their child into one or both of the Rocketeers Championships Competition Dates at a Rocketeers Location.

There is no entry fee.

6.      

Maximum Eligible Entries

Only 1 entry is allowed per Eligible Entrant at each Rocketeers Location.  For the avoidance of doubt, an Eligible Entrant can compete at multiple Rocketeers Locations, however, in the event the Eligible Entrant wins one or more Rocketeers Championships, that Eligible Entrant will only be entitled to compete at one Regional Championship location set out in Item 9.

7.      

Competition Process

Rocketeer Championship:
On the Rocketeers Championship Competition Dates at each Rocketeers Location, Eligible Entrants will be able to participate in the Rocketeers Championship. An Eligible Entrant can compete in the Rocketeers Championship if they are registered in the Rocketeers Program at a participating Rocketeers Location on the Rocketeers Championship Competition Dates.   The educators at each Rocketeers Location will be responsible for conducting the Competition on the Rocketeers Championship Competition Dates.

Eligible Entrants will compete in a series of games of handball on the Rocketeers Championship Competition Dates, during which Eligible Entrants will play and collect points.

The Eligible Entrant that has accumulated the most points after the Rocketeers Championship Competition Dates will be the Rocketeers Champion for their relevant Rocketeers Location. If there are two Eligible Entrants with equal highest points and they both attend on the last Rocketeers Championship Competition Date, they will play off to see who can collect the most points in a 10-minute game. Otherwise, both Eligible Entrants will be considered Rocketeers Champions.

The Rocketeers Champion will win a trophy and an invitation to attend the Regional Championship. There is no additional prize for the winner of a Rocketeers Championship.

Regional Championship:
Camp Australia will hold a Regional Championship for each of the regions identified in Item 9.  The Regional Championship is not exclusive to Rocketeers Champions, as participants will also include the winners from other handball competitions arranged by Camp Australia.

Each Rocketeers Champion will be eligible to compete at their relevant Regional Championship on the Regional Championship Competition Date as set out at Item 10.  If a participant wins more than one Rocketeers Championship (by competing and winning multiple Rocketeers Locations), that participant will only be entitled to compete at one Regional Championship location set out in Item 9.   

The participant which has accumulated the most points at their relevant Regional Championship on the Regional Championship Competition Date will be awarded the Prize.  There will be one winner for each Regional Championship region identified in Item 9.

The Regional Championship will not be held during the hours of the Rocketeers Program (see Item 10). The cost of transport to and attendance at the Regional Championship is not covered by Camp Australia. Every Rocketeers Champion who is invited to the Regional Championships must meet their own transportation, accommodation and any other costs associated with attendance at the event.

Camp Australia is not responsible for the supervision of any child at the Regional Championship. Participants at the Regional Championship must be accompanied by a parent or legal guardian, who will have sole responsibility for supervision of the child whilst in attendance.

8.      

Criteria

Each Eligible Entrant must follow the Competition rules as determined by Camp Australia.  All referee decisions made on the Rocketeers Championship Competition Dates and on the Regional Championship Competition Date are final.

Eligible Entrants who do not follow the rules may forfeit their place in the Championship. Three warnings will be issued before an Eligible Entrant is asked to leave the Rocketeers Championship or Regional Championship (as the case may be). If there is a dispute between two children, it will be left up to the referee on the day to decide an outcome.

To win the Prize, the Eligible Entrant must win:

1.     the Rocketeers Championship for their relevant Rocketeers Location on the Rocketeers Championship Competition Dates; and

2.     the Regional Championship on the Regional Championship Competition Date.  

9.      

Regions

A Regional Championship will be held in each of the following States and Territories:

1.     ACT

2.     NSW

3.     NT

4.     QLD

5.     SA

6.     VIC

7.     WA

Camp Australia may hold more than one Regional Championship in each State and Territory listed above. An up to date list of the locations for the Regional Championships is available on the Camp Australia website: www.campaustralia.com.au/handball.

10.   

Regional Championship Competition Date

The Regional Championship will not be held during the hours of the Rocketeers Program. 

The Regional Championship will be held at 10am on Sunday 2 May 2021.

11.   

Prize

The amount of the prize an individual will receive for winning a Regional Championship is dependent on the total number of Regional Championships (as listed on the Camp Australia website: https://campaustralia.com.au/handball  (Prize).

*There will be one Prize at each Regional Championship identified on the Camp Australia website (see Item 9). The amount of the prize is the Total Prize Pool divided by the number of Regional Championships. There is a limit of one prize per Eligible Entrant.

12.   

Total Prize Pool

The total prize pool value is AUD $12,000*.
* There is a Regional Championship Prize for each of the Regional Championships identified on the Camp Australia website (see Item 9). The amount of the prize is the Total Prize Pool divided by the number of Regional Championships.

13.   

Winner Notification

The winner of each region will be notified at the Regional Championship on the Regional Championship Competition Date.

The parent or legal guardian of the winner will also be notified by email within 14 business days after the Regional Championship Competition Date, using the contact details provided in the Eligible Entry (Notification Date).

14.   

Claim Period

Please allow up to 28 business days from the Notification Date for the delivery of the Prize to the Regional Champion.

15.   

Special Conditions (if any)

N/A

16.   

Competition Contact Details

Marketing Team

Camp Australia

L1, 207-213 Waverley Road, Malvern East VIC 3145

[email protected]

1300 105 343

 

Part B – Terms and Conditions

 

1.               Terms

1.1            The terms that apply for the Competition consist of, in order of priority to the extent there is any inconsistency or conflict:

1.1.1         the information, instructions and details contained in Part A – Competition Details (Part A);

1.1.2         the terms set out in Part B – Terms and Conditions (Part B); and

1.1.3         any other information set out in promotional advertisements (if any) for the Competition,

which together are the Terms.

1.2           Capitalised words use in Part B will have the meaning given it to it in Part A.

1.3           References in these Terms to ‘you’ or ‘your’ are to the parent or legal guardian of the Eligible Entrant.  

1.4           By participating in the Competition your child does so at its own risk and you agree to be bound by the Terms. If you do not accept these Terms, your child must not participate in the Competition and will not be eligible for any prizes offered in the Competition.

1.5           To the extent that the Competition is conducted on, advertised or promoted on a social media platform owned by a third party (such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram), you acknowledge and agree that the Competition is in no way sponsored, endorsed or promoted by such third party.

 

2.               Who can enter

2.1           Your child is eligible to enter the Competition if your child satisfies the Eligible Entrant criteria.

2.2           Eligible Entrants must have parental or legal guardian permission prior to submitting an Eligible Entry.

 

3.               How to enter

3.1           The Competition will be held:

3.1.1         on the Rocketeers Championship Competition Dates as set out in Item 3 of Part A of these Terms and Conditions; and

3.1.2         if the Eligible Entrant progresses to the Regional Championship, on the Regional Championship Competition Date as set out in Item 10 of Part A of these Terms and Conditions 10.

3.2           To enter the Competition, you must submit an Eligible Entry, follow any additional instructions specified in Part A, and Camp Australia must receive the Eligible Entry, prior to the earlier of the Rocketeers Championship Competition Dates.

3.3           Eligible Entrants are solely responsible for any costs associated with entering the Competition, including costs associated with accessing the internet.

 

4.               Entries

4.1           You may submit up to one entry per Rocketeers Location. If a parent or legal guardian submits more than one entry per Rocketeers Location, only the entry most recently submitted will be accepted by Camp Australia. For the avoidance of doubt, an Eligible Entrant can compete at multiple Rocketeers Locations. However, in the event the Eligible Entrant wins one or more Rocketeers Championships, that Eligible Entrant will only be entitled to compete at one Regional Championship location set out in Item 9. A parent or legal guardian can enter multiple children if each child is enrolled in a Rocketeers Program at a Rocketeers Location. Each child is considered a separate Eligible Entrant.

4.2           All entries are deemed to be received at the time of receipt by Camp Australia, not the time of transmission or submission by you.

4.3           Camp Australia may disqualify and exclude any Eligible Entrant if Camp Australia considers, in its absolute discretion that you or the Eligible Entrant have breached any part of these Terms, or engaged in any improper conduct calculated to jeopardise the fair and proper operation of the Competition.

4.4           Camp Australia reserves the right to verify the validity of entries and entrants at any time.

4.5           All decisions about the eligibility of entrants made by Camp Australia will be final.

 

5.               How to win

5.1           This Competition is a game of skill and chance plays no part in determining the winner(s).

5.2           The Eligible Entrant must be registered to attend the Rocketeers Program at a relevant Rocketeers Location on either of the Rocketeers Championship Competition Dates.

5.3           The winner for each Rocketeers Location will be the Eligible Entrant which has accumulated the most points on the Rocketeers Championship Competition Dates.

5.4           The winner of each Rocketeers Championship will progress to the Regional Championship. For the avoidance of doubt, the winner of a Rocketeers Championship will not be awarded the Prize or any other financial benefit. Camp Australia will notify you if your child progresses to the Regional Championship using the contact details provided in the Eligible Entry. 

5.5           The Regional Championship will be held on the Regional Championship Competition Date, which will not be during the hours of the Rocketeer Program. If the Rocketeers Champion is unable to attend the Regional Championship, they forfeit their position in the Regional Championship, and the Eligible Entrant in second place (or third place, if the Eligible Entrant in second place is unable to attend) will represent the Rocketeers Location at the Regional Championship. If the Eligible Entrant in third place is unable to attend, the Rocketeers Location’s position in the Regional Championship is forfeited.

5.6           The participant with the highest amount of points at the Regional Championship will be awarded the Prize. There will only be one prize awarded at each Regional Championship identified in Item 9.

5.7           Winner(s) will be notified in the manner set out in Winner Notification using all reasonable attempts.

 

6.               Prizes

6.1           The winner(s) will be awarded the Prize(s) and must claim their Prize by the date and in accordance with the instructions set out in Claim Period.

6.2           A maximum of one Prize will be awarded to the winner of a Regional Championship listed in Item 9.

6.3           Prizes may not be transferred or redeemable.

6.4           Unless otherwise stated in the Competition Details, Camp Australia will, at its expense, deliver the Prize to the winner. It is the responsibility of each winner to be available or make arrangements for receipt of the delivery.

6.5           If a winner is under the age of 18, Camp Australia may, at its discretion, award their Prize to the winner’s parent or legal guardian.

6.6           If the Prize or any part of it is unavailable for whatever reason, Camp Australia, in its sole discretion, reserves the right to substitute the Prize (or any part of it) with a prize of equal or greater value and/or specification.

6.7           Subject to clause 3, Camp Australia makes no representation or warranty in relation to any of the Prizes.

6.8           Each winner is responsible for all ancillary costs associated with the Prize.

 

7.               Unclaimed Prizes

7.1           If:

7.1.1         Camp Australia cannot contact the winner in the manner as set out in Winner Notification; or

7.1.2         the winner forfeits the Prize,

then in each case, Camp Australia may, at its sole discretion retain the Prize.

 

8.               Privacy and Publicity

8.1           You acknowledge that Camp Australia may collect, store and use personal information in order to conduct the Competition (including notifying winners) and for related marketing, promotional, publicity, research and profiling purposes.

8.2           Camp Australia will use and handle your personal information in accordance with its Privacy Policy, available at campaustralia.com.au (as updated from time to time).

8.3           By entering the Competition you acknowledge and agree in the event the your child is a winner:

8.3.1         that Camp Australia may publish or cause to be published your child’s name on Camp Australia’s website; and

8.3.2         if requested by Camp Australia, to participate and co-operate in any editorial, promotional and publicity activities relating to the Competition, and consent to Camp Australia using your child’s name and photos in such materials which may be published in hard copy or online.

 

9.               Liability and Warranty

9.1          If for any reason the Competition (or any aspect of it) is not capable of being conducted as reasonably anticipated due to any reason beyond the reasonable control of Camp Australia, including but not limited to vandalism, power failures, tempests, weather, natural disasters, acts of God, civil unrest, strike, war, act of terrorism, epidemic, pandemic or public health emergency, computer virus, bugs, tampering, unauthorised intervention, fraud or technical failures, Camp Australia reserves the right, in its absolute discretion, to:

9.1.1         disqualify any entrant (whether or not an Eligible Entrant); and/or

9.1.2         modify, suspend, terminate or cancel the Competition,

without liability to any person for any costs, loss or damage whatsoever arising out of, or in connection with, such action.

9.2           To the maximum extent permitted by law, Camp Australia and its Related Bodies Corporate (as that term is defined in the Corporations Act 2001 (Cth)) take no responsibility for:

9.2.1         lost, delayed, damaged, undelivered, misdirected or unreceived Prizes; and

9.2.2         late, lost, incorrectly submitted or misdirected, error, omission, interruption, deletion, defect, delay in operation or transmission, communications line failure, theft or destruction or unauthorized access to, or alteration of, entries,

and reserves the right to take any action that may be available.

9.3           Nothing in these Terms restricts, excludes or modifies (or purports to restrict, exclude or modify) any statutory consumer rights under any applicable law, including the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 (Cth) (Non-Excludable Guarantees).

9.4           Except for any liability that cannot by law be excluded, including the Non-Excludable Guarantees, Camp Australia and its Related Bodies Corporate are not responsible for and exclude all liability (including negligence), for any personal injury or death; or any loss, expense or damage (including loss of opportunity), whether direct, indirect, special or consequential, arising out of or in connection with this Competition, the Rocketeers Championship or Regional Championship, or the Prizes, including:

9.4.1         the entrant’s participation in the Competition, including undertaking any activity in or connected with their entry into the Competition;

9.4.2         any theft, unauthorised access or third party interference;

9.4.3         any decision by Camp Australia or a referee in relation to the Competition;

9.4.4         any publication of any material, including any statements made by any staff member, journalist, other entrants or any other person;

9.4.5         any problem or technical difficulties or malfunction of any computer equipment, software, internet connection (whether or not under Camp Australia’s control);

9.4.6         any variation in Prize value to that stated in these Terms;

9.4.7         any tax liability incurred by a winner; or

9.4.8         use of a Prize.

 

10.             General

10.1           Camp Australia may, in its sole discretion and at any time, update, change or modify these Terms. Such change shall be effective immediately upon posting to campaustralia.com.au.

10.2           If there is a dispute concerning the conduct of the Competition, the decision of Camp Australia is final and binding on each Eligible Entrant and no correspondence will be entered into.

10.3           Failure by Camp Australia to enforce any of its rights at any stage does not constitute a waiver of those rights.

10.4           The Terms are governed by the laws of New South Wales. The parties submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of New South Wales.

10.5           Any queries regarding the Competition should be directed to the person listed in Competition Contact Details.