BOOKING TERMS & CONDITIONS
Lessons may be booked with Central Coast Surf Academy either via telephone on 0426277742 or via email confirmation on email@example.com.
Whilst every endeavor will be made to hold lessons, in the event that CCSA decides that the conditions are unsuitable for holding a lesson, CCSA may at any time, including once the lesson has started, cancel the lesson for the safety of students. In the event that surf life style surf school cancels a lesson CCSA will give of full or partial refund to the students.
Students may only cancel lessons by giving at least 24 hours notice to CCSA whereupon a credit will be given. If a cancellation occurs within 24 hours of the lesson commencing, a 10% fee will be charged.
Cancellation of a school or corporate group, within five days prior to the lesson time, will attract a 15% cancellation fee. A full refund will be given outside this five-day period.
Website Terms & Conditions
Deemed to be bound by terms and conditions.
By using the surf life style website you shall be deemed to have accepted these terms and conditions and these terms and conditions shall form the contractual basis between CCSA and yourself.
Use of CCSA Website
CCSA website is for personal use and you are prohibited from in any way, using any content or photographic material being used on the website for commercial use unless authorised via CCSA.
Limitation of Liability
Whilst every endeavor is made to ensure that all information and context on the CCSA website is accurate, by using the information on the website you acknowledge and agree to release CCSA from any claims or demands relating to the use of the website.
CCSA may at any time vary the terms and conditions where upon the varied terms and conditions from time to time shall form the contractual basis between surf life style surf school and yourself.
These terms and conditions shall form the entire agreement between you and CCSA.
The exclusive jurisdiction in relation to any matter arising in relation to these terms and conditions shall be the Australian courts.