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Ticketing Terms & Conditions

Ticket holders consent to being filmed, photographed and recorded as members of the audience or events. The resulting film footage, images and recordings may be used to promote the Emerging Writers’ Festival and its activities in print, in the media and on websites. The Emerging Writers’ Festival will endeavour to inform patrons prior to the commencement of the event if filming is to take place but this is not a condition to consent.

Tickets are valid only when purchased from the Emerging Writers’ Festival (EWF) or an authorised agent. All bookings are final and all sessions are offered subject to availability.

No refunds or exchanges will be given except for those provided for in the Code of Practice for the Ticketing of Live Entertainment Events In Australia. This is available on the Live Performance Australia website here.

You may not re-sell your ticket to a third party for more than the face value of the ticket. You may not use your ticket/s for advertising, promotional or other commercial purposes (including competitions) without the prior written consent of EWF.

The right of admission is reserved. Patrons arriving late will not be admitted into the session until a suitable break.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Terms and Conditions

These conditions are included in addition to the general Ticketing Terms and Conditions (above).

You must not attend a in-person performance or event if you are:

  • feeling unwell;
  • you are showing symptoms of coronavirus (COVID-19);
  • you are awaiting a coronavirus (COVID-19) test result;
  • you have otherwise been directed to self-isolate or quarantine.

You may be entitled to a refund or a waived exchange fee in these circumstances. Let us know ahead of the event via [email protected] and we’ll sort you out. We won’t be able to provide a refund if you contact us after the event.

If an event is cancelled or significantly rescheduled due to coronavirus (COVID-19) or other intervening circumstances, exchanges and refunds will be processed in accordance with the Live Performance Australia (LPA) Ticketing Code of Practice (refer to the section titled “Cancelled, rescheduled or significantly relocated events due to intervening circumstances”) and otherwise as required by law. In the event of a cancellation due to intervening circumstances EWF reserve the right to retain the ticketing transaction fee.

If an event requires a reduction in capacity to ensure a safe event or by government directive, refunds and exchanges will be processed in reverse order based on transaction date.

EWF may increase the capacity (within government guidelines) or alter seating plans for events without notice.