Terms of Website Use

Please review these Terms of Use to inform yourself of the terms and conditions which apply to your use of this website. By accessing, using or downloading material from this website you agree to follow and be legally bound by these Terms of Use which constitute a legal contract. If you do not agree with them, you must not use this website. These Terms of Use may change without notice, so please check them from time to time.

These Terms of Use apply to this website and to any website of Mardi Gras Arts Ltd (ACN 41 158 800 018) and Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi (ACN 87 102 451 785) (collectively “SGLMG”, “we” or “us”). 

Intellectual Property 

This website is for personal use. All rights not expressly granted on this website are reserved by SGLMG. This website and its contents are protected by law including copyright law in its layout, text, images, photographs, graphics, illustrations, audio clips, video clips and HTML codes. No part of this website or its contents may be used, copied, modified or transmitted other than as incidental to your permitted use of the website.


By accessing and using this website you acknowledge having read and agree to our Personal Information Collection Statement and our Privacy Policy available and consent to the collection, use and disclosure of your data in accordance with the Privacy Policy.


We endeavour to ensure that information displayed on this website is accurate. However some information provided on this website is provided by third parties and we are unable to guarantee the accuracy of all information nor are we able to guarantee that this website is free of errors or faults.  We make no representation and accept no responsibility for any error, omission, inaccuracy, misleading information or anything done or not done if you access, use, download, or act in reliance on any representation, information or data contained, linked or distributed through this website.  We also reserve the right to change information displayed on this website at any time without notice to you. 

Third Party Products/Services 

No endorsement of any third party or its products, services, or website is intended by any content, links or advertisement (including banner ads containing embedded hyperlinks) on or to this website. Links and information displayed about any third parties are provided only as a convenience and may not remain current. Opinions expressed on this website do not necessarily reflect those of SGLMG.

Disclaimers and Liability 

Without affecting any of your statutory rights which cannot be lawfully excluded or limited: 

a. We will not be liable for and exclude all liability for any loss, damage, liability, claim or expense and whether direct, indirect or consequential, special or punitive (including but not limited to any loss of profit, revenue, data or anticipated savings) whatsoever and howsoever caused, arising from access, use, downloading, or reliance by you or any other person on or to, any representation, information, data, product or service provided on or via this website, or otherwise in connection with this website, whether in contract, tort (including but not limited to negligence), property law, trust, unjust enrichment, equity, statutory law or otherwise, and,

b. this website and its content are provided “as is” and we make and give no warranty, guarantee or representation, express or implied as to the fitness, merchantability or suitability of any product, service or provider displayed on this website or any referenced or linked website. 

You should not rely on the content of this website without, where appropriate, first obtaining advice from relevant consultants and professionals.  

General and Governing Law

(a) If a provision, or part of it, of these Terms of Use is held to be invalid, unenforceable or illegal for any reason, then that provision or relevant part must be read down if possible but if that cannot be done then it must be severed, and the balance of these Terms of Use will otherwise remain in full force.  
(b) These Terms of Use are governed by the laws of the State of New South Wales and the Commonwealth of Australia as applicable. If a dispute arises it must be subject to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of New South Wales and the Commonwealth of Australia.