Warambie Estate Information Sheet

Warambie Estate was established in 2010 by the Western Australian Government (Estate Owner) with the key objective of providing accommodation to eligible tenants to help address the shortfall in the availability of affordable accommodation within the City of Karratha through the provision of quality subsidised housing which is targeted at retaining local service worker employees (not single transient workforces).

The Estate provides a support role in helping small to medium businesses recruit with certainty through affordable accommodation knowing that support will ultimately lead to transitioning to longer term accommodation solutions within the private sector.

Oversight of the Estate is undertaken by DevelopmentWA (formally known as Landcorp) with the day-to-day management undertaken by an appointed managing agent.

The Allocation of accommodation is the responsibility of the Allocations Committee, established by the Estate Owner with membership of key organisations within the City of Karratha including the City of Karratha, Pilbara Development Commission and DevelopmentWA.

Available accommodation includes well-appointed 1, 2 and 3 bedroom designs with a small number of homes being disability friendly.

Each application is carefully considered against the Estate Owners mandated eligibility criteria and applicable weighted scoring, details of which are summarised below. Both the enterprise and the employee (occupant/s) must satisfy the required criteria.

For a small to medium business to be eligible to have its employee(s) allocated service worker accommodation, it must demonstrate the following

  • The business provides the majority of services within the City of Karratha;
  • A Local, State or Federal Government Department where the services provided are located in the City of Karratha and directly service these communities.
  • Has 20 (twenty) or less employees with a gross turnover no more than $10 million.
  • The business provides an essential service which is generally defined as; health, electricity, water supply, data/communications, security services, radio, television, fuel/petroleum, banking, computer/technology, department/retail stores, transport, airlines, postal, refuse collection/recycling, building and repairs, automobiles sales and repairs, agricultural and food distribution, hotel, food, beverage, childcare and paramedics.

The business will be considered Non-eligible if:

  • Local, regional, state and federal government bodies provide employee housing in the region, except where the employee does not qualify for accommodation due to the function of their role.
  • The enterprise provides the majority of their services directly to the Resources Sector or major contractors to the resource sector. (A prospectus or submission may be required to show/confirm this).
  1. Must have an Australian Citizenship or are otherwise eligible to work within Australia.
  2. Must have a contract of ongoing employment with the eligible business specifying the base of employment is in the City of Karratha servicing the interests of the company in the City of Karratha, disclosing all earnings and allowances.
  3. The hours of work shall be no less than 30-hours per week (casual or part-time contractual arrangements).
  4. Does not own, or have any share either, whole or in part, of any form of property north of the 26th parallel. NB: The M&AC may at its discretion permit occupation by an individual who owns a share in non-residential premises where that ownership relates to their service profession.
  5. The individual’s partner or dependents who propose to reside with the primary tenant are required to meet the same criteria as the employee.
  6. The joint household income of all tenants may not exceed $135,000.

When making at application via the Warambie Estate Website, you will be required to answer a range of questions as well as provide and submit (ie upload) supporting documentation to assist the Warambie Estate team to initially assess your application in anticipation of presenting for formal assessment by the Allocation Committee.

The following information is provided to help you prepare the required documentation for assessment and in doing so, avoiding any unnecessarily delays in assessing applications.

Business/ tenant Information- Application to Support Warambie Estate Accommodation

  • Ensure all questions are answered.
  • Dependents – please ensure the age and gender of all children dependents are disclosed

Employer Statutory Declaration

  • Must be completed and signed by a Directors/ CEO or duly authorised officer of the business/company.
  • Witnessed by an authorised person.

Bank Statement on Letterhead

  • Must be a statement of the Business’s bank account- not personal bank accounts.

Employee Statutory Declaration

  • To be completed and signed by the nominated / proposed tenant.
  • Witnessed by an authorised person.

Application Checklist Support Documents

  • Pay slips must be 2 consecutive pay slips and not older than two weeks from date of application for all proposed occupants of the accommodation (where working and includes partner/s).
  • Employment contract must be a signed contract/letter of offer – signed by employer and proposed tenant.
  • Group Certificate(s) for all those residing in the accommodation (includes partners).
  • Identification – Visa’s, Aust Birth Certificates/ Aust Residency Certificates includes partners and dependant children (copies of passports must be valid and current).
  • The Estate Policy must be signed by the Directors/ CEO of the company and the proposed tenant, indicating the proposed lease term 6,12 or 24 months.

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Standard Terms and Conditions

1. General

1.1 These are the Terms and Conditions referred to in the Warambie Estate  Purchase Order. All Goods and Services sold or supplied by the Supplier to Trend 55 Pty Ltd ACN 658 558 742 (Warambie) or its related entities are supplied on these Terms and Conditions.

1.2 These Terms and Conditions are in addition to any formal agreement with Warambie  entered into by the Supplier in relation to the Goods or Services (Contract). Should there be any inconsistency between these Terms and Conditions and the Contract, the Contract shall prevail.

1.3 Warambie  will order Goods or Services from the Supplier by issuing a Purchase Order. The Supplier is deemed to accept the Purchase Order the earlier of:

  • (a) communicating to Warambie that it accepts the Purchase Order in writing;
  • (b) delivering the Goods ordered in accordance with these Terms and Conditions;
  • (c) commencing to carry out the Services the subject of the Purchase Order; and
  • (d) 7 days after receipt of the Purchase order unless rejected earlier in writing.


1.4 If the Supplier accepts a Purchase Order, a contract comes into existence (the Agreement) and these Terms and Conditions apply.

2. Interpretation

2.1 In these Terms and Conditions:

Goods means any material, plant, parts, item or equipment specified in the Purchase Order.
Manufacture includes grow, extract, produce, process and assemble.
Services means the services as specified in the Purchase Order
Supplier means the person or persons, including any corporation providing the Goods or Services, as specified in the Purchase Order
Supplies means the Goods and / or Services as the context requires.
Warranty Period means six (6) months or such longer period specified in the Contract commencing on Acceptance of the Goods and the Services.

2.2 Headings are not part of these Terms and Conditions.

3. No Exclusivity

3.1 The Supplier acknowledges that these Terms and Conditions do not confer any right on the Supplier to be a sole or exclusive supplier of the Goods or Services or similar goods or services.

3.2 Nothing in these Terms and Conditions obliges Warambie  to request, procure or acquire any minimum level or expected level of Goods or Services from the Supplier.

4. Delivery and Packing of Goods

4.1  Goods are taken to be delivered when the Goods arrive at the point nominated in the Purchase Order (Delivery)

4.2 Delivery of Goods must be achieved by the date and time for Delivery specified in the Purchase Order and if no date or time is specified, the Goods must be delivered promptly, expeditiously and with due diligence and without delay.

4.3 Warambie  can specify in writing a later time for Delivery.

4.4 The Goods must be:

  1. Packed and protected having regard to industry accepted methods of carriage, handling and weather conditions;
  2. Packed using minimal or environmentally friendly packaging material where practical;
  3. Provided and fitted with adequate handling devices required for lifting and handling; and
  4. Delivered with a delivery docket, packing note or Invoice, quoting the Purchase Order number, quantity dispatched, description of the Goods and consignment marked as being for Warambie and showing the correct Purchase Order number.

4.5 Warambie  may inspect the Goods upon Delivery or at anytime thereafter.

5. Acceptance

5.1 Acceptance means the stage in the carrying out and completion of the of the supply of Goods and Services when:

  • (a) the Goods and Services comply in all respects with the requirements of the Terms and Conditions and any Contract including all warranties;
  • (b) all tests and re-tests required by the Contract to be carried out and passed have been carried out, passed and accepted by Warambie ; and
  • (c) all original equipment manufacturer manuals and warranties, documents and any other information reasonably requested by Warambie  have been supplied.


5.2 When the Supplier believes that the Goods and Services are Acceptable, it must promptly notify Warambie  in writing.

5.3 Following notice in accordance with clause 5.2 Warambie  will promptly inspect or test the Goods and Services and then, by written notice, Warambie  may (acting reasonably) either:

  • (a) if the Goods and Services are Acceptable, accept the Goods and Services (Acceptance) or part of them;
  • (b) if the Goods and Services are not Acceptable;
  • (v) reject the Goods and Services or part of them and rely on the remedies in clause 5.4; or
  • (vi) accept the Goods and Services or part of them and offset a reasonable amount from the Price.


5.4 If any Goods and Services are rejected, Warambie  may:

  • (a) require the Supplier to collect the Goods and / or demobilise any Services at its own cost;
  • (b) require the Supplier to rectify, at its own cost, the Goods and Services and resubmit them; and / or
  • (c) appoint a third party to complete or re-perform the supply of the Goods and Services and the Supplier shall reimburse Warambie  for any costs incurred.


5.5 Any delivery or acknowledgement of receipt of Goods and Services, including by signing ‘acceptance’ forms or similar, does not constitute Delivery or Acceptance.

6 Quality of Goods and Services (warranties)

6.1 Goods:

  • (a) The Goods must be free from defects in materials and workmanship, fit for purpose and of merchantable quality; and
  • (b) unless otherwise specified, must be new and not used or second hand. 


6.2 Services:

  • (a) must be performed by competent, appropriately qualified and trained personnel;
  • (b) be carried out with due care, skill, competence and diligence; and
  • (d) use tools and equipment which comply with applicable laws and are in a safe working condition.


6.3 The Supplier must obtain and assign to Warambie  the benefit of all warranties in clauses 6.1 and 6.2 from its

contractors, suppliers or consultants in relation to the Goods and Services.

7. Payment

7.1 The rates or prices for the Goods or Services including any deposits are fixed and set out in the Purchase Order.

7.2 the rates and prices include all things necessary and incidental to the supply of the Goods or Services including, packaging, travel, freight, insurance, duties, taxes (excluding GST).

7.3 At the time specified in the Contract or if none, upon acceptance by Warambie of the Goods and Services, the Supplier may issue an Invoice to Warambie .

7.4 The invoice must:

  • (a) be addressed in accordance with the Purchase Order;
  • (b) identify the Purchase Order number;
  • (c) be a tax invoice for GST purposes; and
  • (d) where explanation is necessary, be accompanied by documentation substantiating the amount claimed.


7.5 Warambie  may offset or deduct from an Invoice, any amount which it considers, acting reasonably, is due or may become due from the Supplier to Warambie  or withhold any disputed portion of the Invoice.

7.6 Save to the extent offset under clause 7.5, Warambie will pay Invoices which comply with clause 7.4, within thirty (30) days from the end of the month in which the Invoice was received.

7.7 Any payment for Goods and Services does not constitute acceptance or completion nor waive or prejudice any rights Warambie may have under these Terms and Conditions or any Contract.


8. Delay and Force Majeure

Force Majeure event means:

  • (a) strikes, lockouts or other labour disturbances;
  • (b) riots, war, act of terrorism;
  • (c) extraordinary weather; or
  • (d) any other cause beyond the reasonable control of the affected party which by exercise of reasonable diligence could not have been prevented or provided against, except financial distress.


8.1 If the Supplier considers that it will or may be delayed in supplying any Goods and Services, the Supplier must notify Warambie  within 7 days of becoming aware, or ought reasonably to have been aware, of the likely delay.

8.2 Provided that notice has been given under clause 8.1, to the extent that the Supplier is delayed in achieving Delivery and/or Acceptance by the Date for Delivery and/or the Date for Acceptance due to:

  • (a) a Force Majeure event; or
  • (b) any breach of Warambie , its agents or contractors,

then, to the extent of that delay, the Supplier will be entitled to, and Warambie  will allow the Supplier, an extension to the Date for Delivery and/or Acceptance.

8.3 Notwithstanding anything to the contrary herein, in the event a Force Majeure event has a material adverse impact on the provision of Services or Goods for a period of sixty (60) days or more, Warambie  may, by notice to the Supplier, terminate this Contract with immediate effect without any cost or liability whatsoever except for costs of Goods and Services performed up to the date of such Force Majeure event.

8.4 Except as otherwise provided by this clause, the Supplier has no entitlement to extra time or costs due to a delay or disruption to the supply of the Goods and Services.

9. Risk and Title

9.1 Risk in connection with the Goods passes on Delivery in accordance with this clause.

9.2 Title, property and ownership in the Goods passes to Warambie  upon payment of the Price.

9.3 After title passes, the Supplier must promptly remove any security interest and Warambie  may register a security interest in relation to the Goods.

9.4 Each party waives its rights to any verification statements under s 157 of the Personal Properties Securities Act 2009 (Cth) (PPSA) and any other notices required under the PPSA, including but not limited to ss 95, 96, 117, 118, 120, 123, 125, 126, 128-135, 142 and 143, to the extent permitted at law.

9.5 Neither party may register, sell, hire, lease, assign rights to or dispose of any security interest in relation to Goods other than as permitted by these Terms and Conditions.

9.5 Neither party may register, sell, hire, lease, assign rights to or dispose of any security interest in relation to Goods other than as permitted by these Terms and Conditions.

10. Indemnity and Insurance

10.1 The Supplier must indemnify Warambie , its employees, agents and subcontractors from and against all liability in respect of:

  • (a) the illness, injury or death of any person; and
  • (b) loss of or damage to the property of any person,

caused or contributed to by the Supplier save to the extent caused or contributed to by Warambie .

10.2 Before commencing the supply of any Goods and Services, the Supplier must obtain and maintain until the end of the Warranty Period (without limiting subclause 10.2(f)):

  • (a) public and products liability insurance with a limit of not less than $10,000,000 for any one occurrence in relation to public liability and $10,000,000 for any one occurrence and in the annual aggregate in relation to products liability
  • (b) workers’ compensation and employers’ liability insurance (including common law liability insurance for an amount of not less than $50,000,000 per occurrence) or as otherwise required by law and where permitted by law, include a principal’s indemnity extension at statute and common law and a waiver of subrogation in favour of Warambie ;
  • (c) if Goods are being supplied, goods in transit insurance covering physical loss or damage for not less than the total invoice value of the Goods supplied;
  • (d) motor vehicle third party property liability insurance with a limit of not less than $10,000,000 per claim;
  • (e) insurance covering physical loss or damage to the Supplier’s own property, equipment and materials owned, hired, leased or used by the Supplier for their full replacement value;
  • (f) if professional services are being performed, obtain professional indemnity insurance with a limit of liability not less than $5,000,000 per occurrence for a period of seven (7) years after expiry of the Warranty Period; and
  • (g) any additional insurance required by law or as requested by Warambie  from time to time


10.3 The Supplier must:

  • (a) pay the deductible, excess or self-insured retention in connection with any claim made in respect of any insurance policy effected under clause 10.2;
  • (b) ensure that each insurance policy referred to in clause 10.2 is effected with an insurer or insurers of reputable standing;
  • (c) on request, provide Warambie  with current insurance certificates from the relevant insurer or insurers or the Supplier’s insurance broker for each insurance policy required under clause 10.2; and; and
  • (d) promptly and without delay notify Warambie  if an insurer gives a notice of cancellation or other notice in respect of any insurance policy.


10.4 The Supplier must endeavour to ensure that all of the Supplier’s subcontractors effect and maintain insurance as required by clauses 10.2 (including as to amounts of insurance and type of insurance).


11. Intellectual Property

Intellectual Property means all intellectual property, including but not limited to, patents, copyright (including all copyright in software), registered designs, registered and unregistered trademarks, rights to have information kept confidential, processes, inventions, improvements, innovations, modifications and discoveries, right in ideas, formulae, algorithms, concepts, whether or not capable of being secured, registered or protected by any means.

11.1 Each party owns and retains title to all Intellectual Property created prior to, or independently of, the supply of the Goods and Services under this Agreement.

11.2 All Intellectual Property created or developed by the Supplier for the purpose of or in the course of supplying the Goods and Services vests in and becomes the property of Warambie .

11.3 If necessary for the provision of the Goods and Services, each party shall grant to the other an exclusive, non-transferable, royalty free license to use its Intellectual Property for the sole purpose of providing the Goods and Services under this Agreement and for no other purpose.

11.4 the Supplier shall not, without the prior written consent of Edenlidfe:

  • (a) copy, reproduce or replicate Warambie ’s Intellectual Property;
  • (b) disclose Warambie ’s Intellectual Property to any person or organisation; or
  • (c) represent to any person or organisation that the Supplier owns or has any rights in relation to Warambie ’s Intellectual Property


11.5 the Supplier shall indemnify and keep indemnified Warambie  from and against all liabilities in respect of any actual or alleged infringement of Warambie ’s Intellectual Property rights in connection with this Agreement.

12. Assignment and Subcontracting

12.1 The Supplier must not assign or subcontract any of its rights or obligations under these Terms and Conditions, without the prior written consent of Warambie .

12.2 The Supplier is responsible as agent for the acts and omissions of its contractors and their subcontractors.

12.3 Part 1F of the Civil Liability Act 2002 (WA) is excluded from these Terms and Conditions.

13. Termination:

Termination for cause

13.1 Either party may terminate the Agreement effective immediately, by notice in writing to the other party, if:

  • (a) a party breaches a material obligation and fails to rectify that breach within 14 days of a written request by the other party to do so; or
  • (b) a party becomes bankrupt, insolvent, has an external administrator appointed or fails to set aside or have revoked (within the time required) a statutory demand.


13.2 If a party terminates under clause 13.1, each party will be entitled to their remedies at law as if the other party had repudiated the Agreement and the terminating party had accepted that repudiation and elected to terminate.

13.3 Upon receipt of a notice of termination under this Agreement, the Supplier must cease the supply of the Goods and Services as soon as practicable and in any event, not later than 7 days after receipt of the notice of termination:

  • (a) remove and demobilise all of the Supplier’s equipment, debris and other property and leave the site in a tidy and safe condition;
  • (b) take all reasonable action to mitigate any claims and costs that may be incurred by the Supplier as a result of the termination; and
  • (c) provide Warambie  with a report in relation to the Goods and Services performed up to and including the date of termination.


Termination for Convenience

13.4 Warambie  may, without cause in its sole discretion and for its own convenience terminate the Contract, or any part of it, on 14 days’ written notice.

13.5 If Warambie  terminates the Contract, or any part of it, for convenience under clause 14.1, the Supplier will be entitled to be paid:

(a) the Price for any Goods supplied and Services performed in accordance with the Contract up to and including the date of termination only.

13.6 The entitlement set out in clause 13.5 is the Supplier’s sole and exclusive remedy in relation to a termination for convenience under this clause by Warambie  and is not entitled to any other lost profits, revenues, opportunity or anticipated savings.

14. Applicable law and Commonwealth Policies

14.1 The Terms and Conditions will be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws in force in Western Australia.

14.2 The Supplier shall, in its dealings with its employees, have due regard to Commonwealth policies on employment, including equal employment opportunity, access and equity, affirmative action, occupational health and safety and workplace

15. Waiver

A party’s failure or delay to exercise a power or right does not operate as a waiver of the power or right. A waiver is not effective unless it is in writing.

16. Variation

This contract will only be varied by written agreement between Warambie and the Supplier. Warambie  and the upplier shall act reasonably in deciding whether to agree to a variation, as requested by the other party.

17. Negation of employment, partnership and agency

This contract does not create a relationship of employment, agency or partnership between the Supplier and Warambie .

18. Goods and Services Tax

18.1 Unless otherwise stated expressly, all rates and Prices under these Terms and Conditions and any Contract are exclusive of GST.

18.2 Warambie  is not liable to pay any claim by the Supplier until it receives a valid tax invoice for the amount



This statement sets out the Trend 55 Pty Ltd as trustee for the Freycinet Family trading as Warambie Estate privacy policy in respect of personal information, which you may provide to WARAMBIE ESTATE. WARAMBIE ESTATE recognises that your privacy is very important to you and we are committed to promoting confidence in the manner in which your personal information is handled by us. The statement that follows explains how WARAMBIE ESTATE collects, uses, discloses and protects this information on the WARAMBIE ESTATE website.


WARAMBIE ESTATE is committed to supporting the National Privacy Principles (NPP) for the Fair Handling of Personal Information established by the Australian Federal Privacy commissioner and embodied in the Privacy Amendment (Public Sector) Act 2000. Our aim is to ensure that we comply with principles that form the basis of laws introduced to strengthen privacy protection for consumers. We believe that in ensuring that we comply with the NPP this statement will address any potential concerns you may have about how personal information you provide to us is stored, used and accessed.


WARAMBIE ESTATE receives and stores transaction information that you may provide from time to time. Wherever it is lawful and practicable, WARAMBIE ESTATE will endeavour to provide you with the option of not identifying yourself or not providing personal information when entering transactions with us. However, failure to provide the full and complete information we request may result in a limited ability on our part to offer or deliver complete services to you. No personal information is collected when you browse anonymously. Personally, identifiable information such as name and contact details (email addresses) are only collected when you make an enquiry. All other information will be requested from you directly. Information collected is kept for as long as it is needed to provide services and information requested by you. When your information is no longer needed for these purposes we will securely store that information and will only access for the purposes of referencing future applications for accommodation or for the provision of aggregated non-identifying information from State Government agencies.


We may use the information you provide to help inform you of other information or to comply with requirements under the law. We may share your information with other parties (such as suppliers or agents) who may provide various services to WARAMBIE ESTATE. These parties may be used to, amongst others, process orders, provide marketing support, provide IT support and services, provide services and products not available to WARAMBIE ESTATE, and pass information to strategic partners. WARAMBIE ESTATE does not permit these parties to use information about you for any other purpose than to perform the services that WARAMBIE ESTATE has instructed them to provide. All suppliers, agents and third-party companies must either sign a confidentiality agreement with WARAMBIE ESTATE before any personal information is disclosed by WARAMBIE ESTATE or have systems in place to meet the NPP. WARAMBIE ESTATE will not, without your consent, disclose personal information for any purpose (a Secondary purpose) other than for the main purpose (Primary purpose) of fulfilling our business commitments to you, except where:
(a) it is required or authorised by law or for purposes of law enforcement and matters directly related to law enforcement or the prevention of unlawful activity;
(b) the Secondary purpose is related to the Primary purpose (or directly related when sensitive information is involved) and there is a reasonable expectation that we would use or disclose the information in the circumstances;
(c) WARAMBIE ESTATE reasonably believes it is necessary to prevent any serious and imminent threat to any person’s life, health or safety or the public’s health or safety. WARAMBIE ESTATE will not otherwise disclose your personal information to any other party without your consent.


To provide you with a more informative online experience WARAMBIE ESTATE may use the online resources, from time to time, of suppliers, agents and business partners. Such services comprise links to third party sites that may promote additional services and products. In any such relationship WARAMBIE ESTATE takes all reasonable steps to ensure that these parties have and enforce an adequate privacy policy. Understandably, the privacy policy of a third party might be different to that of WARAMBIE ESTATE and it is advisable that you carefully review any third party’s privacy policy before using the third party’s products and/or services.


WARAMBIE ESTATE will use all reasonable endeavours to ensure that you only provide personal information in a secure environment and when the information is no longer needed it will be destroyed or permanently rendered anonymous. In conjunction with our key suppliers and agents, we operate secure data networks protected by a firewall and password protection system. We also take care to ensure that we have security measures in place to protect against the loss, misuse, unauthorised access, alteration, modification or disclosure of your user data under our control. Notwithstanding the fact that we take all reasonable steps to protect your personal data, we cannot guarantee the security of any data you disclose online. WARAMBIE ESTATE imposes strict rules on its employees who have access either to the databases that store your user information or to the servers that may host our services and while we cannot guarantee that any unauthorised access, disclosure, loss, misuse or alteration to your data will not occur, we will take all reasonable steps to prevent such unfortunate occurrences. You accept the inherent security implications of dealing online over the Internet and will not hold WARAMBIE ESTATE or its agents or suppliers responsible for any breach of security.


WARAMBIE ESTATE attempts to ensure that all personal information collected and stored in its database systems is correct and accurate. You may at any time request access to correct information we have collected from you and obtain a more in-depth explanation about how the information is used by contacting us through the website. Unless personal information is required for administrative or legal reasons, we will take all reasonable steps to meet your requests at the earliest possible opportunity and will endeavour to advise you of the outcome within 7 business days of receipt of your request. WARAMBIE ESTATE is committed to providing consumers with a fair and responsive system for handling and resolving complaints. You have a right to complain and to have your complaint handled efficiently. We believe that in receiving your complaint, we are provided with a valuable opportunity to improve the services we deliver to you and maintain your confidence in WARAMBIE ESTATE and our services. If at any time you wish to lodge a complaint in respect of the handling, use or disclosure of your personal information by WARAMBIE ESTATE you may notify us of your complaint via the following contact details: by contacting our WARAMBIE ESTATE via warambie@trend-55.com.


Subject to obtaining your prior consent, WARAMBIE ESTATE may use your personal information for the purpose of providing you with information you may find of interest, important changes to the functionality or content of our website, or information on new products or services to be offered by WARAMBIE ESTATE. If you do not wish to receive Marketing Communications, you may at any time decline to receive such Marketing Communications by selecting the appropriate option at the point of providing us with your personal information or by contacting us. We will not charge you for giving effect to such a request and will take all reasonable steps to meet your request at the earliest possible opportunity.


WARAMBIE ESTATE will use all reasonable endeavours to protect and keep confidential any personally identifiable information in its possession. If any confidential or personally identifiable information is accessed by a third party, whether by negligence or otherwise of WARAMBIE ESTATE, its agents, suppliers, contractors, related bodies corporate, affiliates or associated parties, to the extent permitted by law, WARAMBIE ESTATE is not liable for any loss, damage, costs, liability or other form of contribution. We are constantly improving the WARAMBIE ESTATE web site and the tools you can use to manage the data that you provide to us.