Aboriginal Incursions - Booking Agreement – Terms & Conditions

ABORIGINAL INCURSIONS - ONLINE BOOKING AGREEMENT – TERMS AND CONDITIONS

This Agreement will bind Koomurri Management owner of Aboriginal Incursions and the Purchaser in relation to the presentation of the performance, incursion or workshop here on in known as ‘the Performance’ by the Koomurri Tutors and Dancers here on in known as ‘the Artist’ booked at www.aborigininalincursions.com.au.

Certain clauses of this agreement differ between School/Preschool bookings and Corporate/Private/Event bookings. These differences are made obvious by way of statement ‘the Non-School Purchaser’ and ‘The School Purchaser. The Non-School Purchaser means all Purchasers that are not Australian education department recognised establishments along with recognised accredited Preschools. Australian education department recognised establishments along with recognised accredited Preschools means ‘the School Purchaser’.

Where a clause does not differentiate between the Non School Purchaser and the School Purchaser, then you The Purchaser accept that clause.

The Online Booking Form, the Terms and the Riders will be the entire Agreement between the parties with respect to The Performance.

By agreeing to these terms and conditions, you the electronic signatory on behalf of the Purchaser, warrants that you have authority to enter this agreement on behalf of the Purchaser and bind the Purchaser in respect of the Purchaser’s agreements made in the Agreement.

TERMS AND CONDITIONS
1. REGISTRATION
1.1 Confirmation
Upon receiving your registration, a confirmation email will be sent by the Institute to the email address you have provided. Once the confirmation email has been sent, it is taken that your registration is valid for the purposes of performance, cancellations, transfers and payments.

A further confirmation is sent to your email address at least five days prior to the workshop or event date. Please note that occasionally workshop or event information will change from when you have registered, so it is important to take note of the information contained in the final confirmation email.

1.2 Invoices and Receipts
All registrants receive a confirmation email on registration. Tax Invoices are generated at the time of registration and are sent to the email address of the individual or the group manager. It is the responsibility of the attendee to pass this invoice onto their accounts department.

2. OBLIGATIONS OF PARTIES
2.1 The Artist will present the Performance at the venue on the date and times specified in the online booking form, in a diligent, professional manner, and to the best of the Artist’s ability. The Artist will have full creative control over the Performance.

2.2 The Purchaser will provide the Artist with:

(a) a clean, comfortable and lockable dressing room suitable for up to [10] persons for the exclusive use of the Artist for a minimum period of one hour prior to sound check to one hour post-Performance, washing and toilet facilities, a table and suitable number of chairs, a mirror, fresh towels and power access;

(b) access to the Venue for the Artist, the Artist’s crew and equipment at least [two hours] prior to performance for the purpose of set up and access to allow load out equipment after the Performance;

(c) all necessary staff to ensure adequate supervision of the Venue and security at all times;

(d) a central area in the performance venue, auditorium, office or grounds with access to sufficient power to run audio/visual and lighting equipment/desks if required. If the purchaser is supplying audio/visual and lighting equipment then the Purchaser confirms it will provide suitable first class sound and lighting facilities;

(e) secure parking for all vehicles used by Artists close to stage door or performance area;

2.3 The Purchaser will not commit the Artist to any personal appearances, interviews, or to any other type of promotion without the prior written consent of the Artist.

3. RIGHTS
3.1 The Artist grants the Purchaser the right to use its name and approved photographs, likenesses and biographies to advertise and promote the Performance. The Artist will provide the Purchaser with all relevant publicity materials upon request. The Purchaser will include the name and logo of the Artist on all advertising for the Performance and will not edit or alter such materials except with the express written consent of the Artist. The Artist will have approval over any radio and/or television advertising.

3.2 The Purchaser will comply with all regulations and requirements of any relevant government or union bodies in respect of the Venue and Performance.

3.3 (a) The Non-School Purchaser acknowledges The Artist will have the exclusive right to sell, or cause to be sold, any item or form of recorded music (by Artist) or merchandise bearing the Artist’s name, logo or likeness and the Non-School Purchaser agrees to use reasonable endeavors to provide a suitable area in the venue close to the main entrance at no cost to the Artist for this purpose. No fee, commission or other money will be payable by the Artist to the Purchaser or the Venue in respect of such sales. Non-School Purchaser may

(b) the Non-School Purchaser has option to exclude this clause under limited circumstance and must make this request in writing to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

(c) the Schools Purchaser has option to exclude this clause and can do so in person on the day of performance if deemed not appropriate for students.

3.4 The Purchaser agrees that neither the Performance nor reference to the Artist will be used for the purpose of endorsement of any product or service save with the prior written consent of the Artist. There will be no advertising on stage during Artist’s Performance save with Artist’s prior consent.

4. REMUNERATION
4.1 (a) the Non-School purchaser shall pay 25% deposit of the total booking fee 14 days from date of this online booking. The remaining 75% fee specified in the Booking Sheet shall be paid in full 7 days prior to the Performance. All payments to be received in cleared funds no later than 5pm on the day on which each amount is payable (or the first business day after such day if applicable).

(b) the School Purchaser may discuss payment terms with Koomurri Management. Koomurri Management and will receive payments commensurate to individual non-government school, government school and preschool standard accounting policies. It is a requirement that the School Purchaser email payment schedules as per these policies within 7 days of this booking to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

(c) the School Purchaser will receive the 25% deposit invoice upon booking the Performance. Koomurri request payment of the 25% deposit to lock in dates however; the 25% deposit is not a prerequisite of this booking for such institutions due to limitations within the School Purchaser policies.

4.2 The Purchaser shall make payment of The Fee, the Expenses and any other amounts payable to the Artist (as reflected in the booking form) deposited into the correct account

Payments can be made using the following methods:

EFT is our preferred payment platform. For all EFT payments, please send a remittance advice with payment details to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Payments can be made to:

Bank: St George Bank
Account Name: Koomurri Management
BSB: 112-879
Account Number: 003336095
Reference: Invoice number

4.3 All amounts payable under this Agreement include goods and services tax and will be paid to the Artist on provision by the Artist of a valid tax invoice or equivalent document.

4.4 Should the Purchaser fail to pay any deposits or fees due to the Artist under this Agreement on the dates that they are due, interest will accrue on those overdue amounts on a daily basis at a rate of 10% per annum until those amounts and interest are paid in full.

5. RISK AND SECURITY
5.1 The Purchaser will provide a safe, secure and properly constructed stage or area for the Performance. The Purchaser will take all reasonable precautions to ensure that any person materially disrupts neither the Artist nor the audience during the Performance. Where the Artist, acting reasonably, regards the security of the Artists or the audience to be endangered, the Artist will be entitled to immediately terminate the Performance.

5.2 The Purchaser agrees that it will provide and maintain public liability insurance with a reputable on-shore insurer with minimum insurance limits of $10,000,000 per occurrence, including coverage endorsements for personal injury and property damage;

5.3 The Purchaser warrants that any equipment provided by it will be in good repair and fit for the purpose for which it is provided in accordance with the specifications given by the Artist. The Purchaser confirms that it has a suitable generator for use in the event of a power failure at the time of the Performance to ensure the Performance is not significantly delayed or cancelled.

6. TERMINATION AND CANCELLATION
6.1 The Artist will not be in default under this agreement if:

(a) the Artist fails to carry out the Performance or the Performance is hampered by reason which the Artist could not by reasonable diligence have avoided (other than any event described in Clause 6.3);

(b) the Artist terminates the Agreement as at or before 21 days before the Performance;

(c) the Artist terminates the Agreement prior to the Performance due to the Purchaser not performing fully any similar or financial obligations which the Purchaser has to any third party or due to a change in the financial credit of the Purchaser or misrepresentation or impairment of such financial credit and in each instance the Purchaser will not be entitled to any compensation [save in respect of a cancellation or termination by the Artist as per 6.1(a) or (b) above where the Purchaser will be entitled to the refund of all monies already paid to the Artist in respect of that Performance].

6.2 (a) Subject to Clause 6.3 if Purchaser cancels the Performance for any reason the Artist will be entitled to retain any payments made prior to such cancellation. If the Purchaser cancels the Performance within twenty 21 days of the Performance date, the Purchaser agrees to pay the Artist by the due date the full Fee together with reimbursement of any Expenses then incurred or for which Artist is liable. Failure to sign and/or return this Agreement does not represent valid termination of the Agreement.

(b) If the Performance is hampered as a result of any act or omission or of any breach of any term or condition hereunder by the Purchaser or any person, firm or company engaged by or representing the Purchaser, or if the Artist terminates the Performance under Clause 5.1 then the Purchaser shall be liable to pay the Artist the full fee and shall reimburse any Expenses or other sums due to the Artist together with any costs incurred by the Artist as a result of the Purchaser’s cancellation.

6.3 If either party is unable to perform its obligations under this Agreement due to reasons beyond its control including sickness, death, disability, accident, strike, civil unrest, war or terrorism both parties will be relieved of their obligations to perform the Agreement and in such circumstances neither party will have any claim against the other provided that where such inability to perform is by the Purchaser the Artist will be entitled to retain any Expenses incurred to the date of cancellation [together with any Fee paid prior to such date].

6.4 Either party may terminate this Agreement by giving written notice to the other if that other party breaches any material term of this agreement and where the breach is capable of rectification, having been given 5 days notice requiring the party to rectify its breach, fails to do so. If such termination is by the Purchaser the Artist shall return any Fee (but not Expenses) paid to such date. If such termination is by the Artist the Artist shall have no obligation to re-pay any sums and the Purchaser will be liable for the full Fee and any Expenses incurred by the Artist to such date. The Purchaser acknowledges that in no circumstances will the Artist be liable to the Purchaser for any sums in excess of monies payable to the Artist under this Agreement.

7. CHANGES
Koomurri Management reserves the right to make changes to the Performance. At times the program content or workshops may change. Koomurri Management reserves the right to make changes to a published program without notice however, where possible notification of changes will be made.

8. PRIVACY AND SECURITY
8.1 Koomurri Management and Aboriginal Incursions collect information for administering and managing registrations for our Aboriginal Incursions, Workshops and Events. If you do not provide all the relevant information including your email address your registration may not be confirmed.

8.2 Koomurri Management and Aboriginal Incursions is totally committed to protecting the information collected for this purpose and will not make your details available to any third party in any instance. If you wish to access your information or have queries in relation to the way the Koomurri handles this information, please contact us 0403 313 829.

8.3 Koomurri Management and Aboriginal Incursions considers the security of your information to be of paramount importance. Our server uses SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) to connect to our website, encrypts all the information sent from your electronic device. The following indicates that you have entered a secure session:
1. the "https" in place of the usual "http" in your browser address box
2. the small padlock in the left hand side of the address bar of your browser
Both of these secure indicators will be present when you are requested to enter your details.

8.4 Trustware SSL Certification
Aboriginal Incursions has Trustware SSL certificate verification to identify Aboriginal Incursions as a secure environment in which you can place your information and make payment. To view details of our security certificate, please click on padlock in the browser address bar or on the Trustware logo in your browser footer.

9. GENERAL
9.1 The Purchaser agrees to indemnify and hold the Artist and its employees, agents and contractors harmless against any loss, claim, damage or injury, actual or consequential of whatever kind arising wholly or in part from the default of the Purchaser in complying with the terms and conditions or any agreement, warranty or representation made by the Purchaser in this Agreement or from any trespass, negligent act or omission of the Purchaser, its agents or any person under the Purchaser’s supervision, direction or control.

9.2 This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement between the parties relating to the Performance and cannot be altered except in writing signed by both parties.

9.3 The parties agree to keep the terms of this Agreement confidential save in respect of their legal or other professional advisers.

9.4 In the event of international travel that any withholding tax applies in respect of the Fee or any sums due to the Artist the Purchaser will promptly notify the Artist (in good time before date Artist leaves Australia and provide full details of any such tax. The Purchaser will provide all reasonable assistance to the Artist in retrieving such sums and if the Purchaser receives a credit in respect of the same the Purchaser will immediately pay through the amount of any tax withheld.

9.5 the Artist is engaged by the Purchaser as an independent contractor. This Agreement does not create a relationship between the parties of employer and employee, principal and agent or partnership.

9.6 This Agreement will be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of New South Wales Australia and the parties submit to the jurisdiction of the courts of New South Wales Australia.