Any and all footage taken by patrons on camera, mobile phone or any recording device is subject to Copyright Laws. This That and its artists give no permission for filming, photographing or any recordings. Where used in any public medium without written authorization from This That, Mothership Events Pty Ltd may prosecute. Some events are subject to approval from the Liquor Licensing Commission or Office of Liquor and Gaming etc... By entering these events and using our Medical facilities you consent to This That having access to your medical information. No 3rd party promotional items including flyers, posters, stickers, wristbands or tickets are permitted for distribution at the event. Do not purchase your ticket from outside the venue, from a reseller or from an unauthorised online vendor like Gumtree or Ebay. Only tickets purchased from www.thisthat.com.au, www.mothershipevents.com.au or directly via This That Ambassador sales are authorised. Failure to purchase a ticket from an authorised outlet may result in refusal of entry. Tickets must be treated like cash. Tickets are not refundable and will not be replaced or refunded if lost, stolen or damaged, except as required by law & as otherwise specified by This That. The sale or re-sale of a ticket by the Ticket Holder (including online auction sites) without the prior consent of This That is prohibited. This That has an ongoing relationship with the police regarding the falsification of tickets to events. If you suspect you have purchased an invalid ticket please contact [email protected] immediately. All patrons entering the site must have a valid ticket. Patrons on site without a valid event ticket or event accreditation will be ejected immediately. One ticket is only valid for the admission of one person. Forging a ticket to the event will result in immediate rejection. TT reserves the right to refuse entry if a patron has been previously ejected from one of their events. It is the sole discretion of TT to allow banned patrons to attend future events. TT has the right to pursue legal action if banned patrons continue to attempt to flout their ban. For the safety of all patrons, it is a condition of entry that all patrons submit to being searched (pat down of persons, metal detection of persons or physical inspections of bags and containers) upon entry and throughout the event. In the event a patron refuses to submit to a search: • On entry – the patron will be refused entry without a refund, • During, and within the confines of the event – the patron may be removed from the event without a refund. Security staff are trained in managing the cultural sensitivities associated with searches and suitable facilities will be provided to conduct searches in a manner that enhances the safety of the event whilst managing the cultural sensitivities associated with these activities. Patrons have the right to refuse a search, however those that do so acknowledge they will be excluded (through refusal of entry) or removed from the event without refund. If you believe you have been treated unfairly, or inappropriately, please contact us within two weeks of the events end date with security ID – event staff details.