Workshop terms and conditions

Ticketing terms and conditions apply to all Western Australian Museum tickets.


Specific terms and conditions also apply to your workshop in addition to these standard terms and conditions.

Requirements

Participants must wear closed-in shoes and bring weather-appropriate clothing and accessories. Participants should bring food for the day and a refillable drink bottle. Nuts and/or nut products should not be included in participant lunchboxes.

Refrigeration or cooking/heating equipment is not available. If special access requires refrigeration/heating please contact tickets@museum.wa.gov.au to make arrangements.

Participation

Participants must be signed in and out of any workshop by the parent/guardian. Emergency contact details need to be completed at the time of booking. 

If a participant’s behaviour puts themselves or others at risk, or they are unable to complete the program for any reason, the parent/guardian or emergency contact will be required to collect the participant in a timely manner.

Participants may enter areas or come into contact with surfaces that may have been exposed to nuts, nut products, fur or other potential allergens. 

By agreement to these terms and conditions, Western Australian Museum, the State of Western Australia and their employees or agents, is indemnified and released from and against all actions, suits, claims and demands (including costs) for personal injury or property damage that may be suffered or incurred as a result of participation in the designated activity.

COVID-19

Western Australian Museum is following Government advice in relation to COVID-19. Should the Museum be required to amend its operations such that it impacts on the booking, communication will be made with the nominated emergency contact. In case of cancellation, where possible, an alternate booking will be made, or a full refund can be requested.

Participants attending the workshop must not present any flu-like symptoms including but not limited to: fever, cough, sore throat, runny nose, shortness of breath, or loss of smell or taste. If any of these symptoms are present, they are not to attend the Museum.

Participants attending the workshop must practise good hygiene including but not limited to: application of hand sanitiser, washing hands with soap for at least 20 seconds and drying thoroughly, covering coughs and sneezes with a tissue or using the inner elbow and practising physical distancing from other groups when in the Museum.