1. This website has been prepared for the purpose of providing information about business and the services and products they offer.
  2. This website has been compiled in good faith by HyperWeb Communications Pty Ltd. However, no representation is made as to the completeness or accuracy of the information it contains. In particular, you should be aware that this information may be incomplete, may contain errors or may have become out-of-date.
  3. Purchasers of gift certificates are encouraged to make their own enquiries by contacting individual suppliers for up to date information.
  4. It should be understood that the inclusion of any product on this website does not mean that the HyperWeb Communications warrants in any way that your requirements will be satisfied. We do not guarantee the accuracy, completeness or usefulness of any content, nor its merchantability or fitness for any particular purpose.
  5. Readers, people making bookings and purchasers of gift certificates accept that HyperWeb Communications does not control the availability of bookings, warrant descriptions forwarded by suppliers or the service provided or the billing policies of suppliers and restaurants on this site.
  6. The decision to purchase a voucher is a decision of the reader, and the reader assumes any and all risks attributed to the redemption of such voucher.
  7. The sale of a voucher in no way implies that HyperWeb Communications warrants the products or services of that vendor. HyperWeb Communications reserves the right to add, modify or delete any information at this website at any time.
  8. Products on this site may be unsuitable for some people, heavily booked at certain times and be affected by weather. Voucher holders should make their own enquiries with the supplier.
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