Cancellation and Refund Policy COVID-safe and booking with confidence
We know that the world has changed and there is always going to be uncertainty around events in the age of a pandemic, so here is our approach to making this work:
The event will be fully COVID-safe and compliant with any current federal, state or local government health requirements. We assure you that we will do what we reasonably can to protect your health and safety and that of all attendees. That will include appropriate social distancing and other measures.
As COVID requirements are subject to change, we will inform camp participants of any changes via the RGMCInc website with updates on the Turramurra Folk Music Bush Camp page of the website in the two weeks prior to the camp.
If you are unwell, are COVID positive or required to isolate, please remain at home. If you become unwell at camp, we will expect you to leave the camp as isolation at the camp may not be possible. Please inform a committee member.
We encourage people to be vaccinated to the fullest extent possible to maximise the protection of yourselves and others.
Sanitation stations will be available throughout the camp. We ask that you take all reasonable sanitation measures including washing hands well and often.
Cancellation by Event Organiser Cancellation by Ticket holder
Tickets are non-transferable.
Cancellations must be in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org
Cancellation prior to Friday 31st March 2023 will enable us to make your ticket available to prospective attendees on our waiting list. You will receive a full refund less a $20 administration fee.
Cancellations from Thursday 13th April 2023 are after ticketing has closed and we are unable to provide a refund. If you have cancelled because of medical or other circumstances including the development of COVID-19 like symptoms, testing positive to COVID-19 or requirements to isolate, or if this will place you in significant financial hardship, please request a refund (subject to a $20 administration fee) by writing to email@example.com
Youth and Child Ticket Holders
In response to changes in State regulations for child safe events, there are some regulations in relation to children (up to 17 years of age) that we need to have in place.
All youth and child ticket holders must be accompanied by an adult ticket holder aged 18+.
Contact details for the accompanying adult in attendance at the camp must be provided for each youth and child ticket purchase.
All youth and child ticket holders must arrive at the camp with their accompanying adult and will not be permitted entry without this person present.
The accompanying adult must produce valid proof of age identification if requested on entry to the camp.
The accompanying adult must agree to remain responsible for the youth or child ticket holder for the duration of the event.