We are bound by the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) and the Privacy Amendment (Enhancing Privacy Protection) Act 2012 (Cth) in relation to the personal information you provide, and give effect to these laws by adhering to the Australian Privacy Principles when dealing with your personal information.
The information we collect
In the course of our functions and activities, The Australian Ballet collects personal information from ticket buyers, people requesting program or service information, patrons, sponsors and persons who donate or provide support to the organisation.
The information we collect generally includes your title, name, email address, postal address and other contact details. Information relevant to your relationship with us may also be collected, such as transaction details, indicated seating and event type preferences and details of donations or other support provided to the organisation. From time to time we may seek and record your opinions on our programs and services through customer feedback surveys and other interactions.
The Australian Ballet does not ordinarily collect sensitive information, which includes information about a person's racial or ethnic origin, political or religious beliefs, sexual orientation, professional memberships or health information. In the event that sensitive information is collected this will only be undertaken with consent from the individual.
Why we collect the information
The Australian Ballet uses the information we collect to provide the information and services you have requested and to manage any support which you are providing to the organisation.
In addition, unless you ask us not to, we may use the information to:
- update you about The Australian Ballet, its programs and services, such as Season Packages, performances, products and special events
- inform you about products, services and events from affiliated organisations in which you may be interested
- solicit sponsorship, donations or other support for the organisation
Where we collect the information
We collect personal information directly from you, or from a person acting on your behalf, when it is provided for ticket/product purchase, Season Package purchase, online registration or competition entries. Similarly, we collect information from telephone, email and written communications we have directly with you.
We also receive the personal information of customers booking for our events from the venues and facilities at which we present, and from ticketing agencies who sell on our behalf. The personal information obtained from these sources is not used for marketing purposes unless permission has been obtained from the customer.
Anonymity and pseudonymity
In accordance with the Australian Privacy Principles, a customer may where practicable, deal with The Australian Ballet anonymously or using a pseudonym. Full name and billing contact details must be provided where a credit card transaction is processed online or via telephone. Customers dealing with The Australian Ballet anonymously must accept that The Australian Ballet can take no responsibility for providing further information or services related to any transaction or communication.
Disclosure of personal information
The Australian Ballet understands the importance of keeping your information private, and only discloses your personal information to third parties in certain circumstances.
Organisations to which we usually disclose information include:
- service providers that assist us with certain functions and activities, in which case we impose appropriate privacy obligations on the service provider (e.g. we may use mailing houses to send information and materials to you)
- government and regulatory authorities and other organisations, as required or authorised by law
- a service provider for the purpose of sending you information from our sponsors or other arts companies
- venues or facilities at which we present
Where personal information is disclosed The Australian Ballet will take all reasonable steps to ensure third parties use this information in accordance with the Australian Privacy Principles.
We do not otherwise provide your information to third parties for use in marketing their own products and services to you.
The Australian Ballet does not disclose personal information to overseas recipients for any purpose.
Management of personal information
We take reasonable steps to ensure that all personal information held by the organisation is kept securely, both in a physical and electronic form, and to protect the information from unauthorised access, modification and disclosure, and from loss and misuse.
We take reasonable steps to ensure that personal information which is no longer required for any lawful purpose is destroyed or permanently de-identified.
However, some personal information may be held for a specific period of time due to statutory requirements.
Credit card security
The Australian Ballet collects financial information to execute purchase and donation transactions. We share this information with credit card processing organisations as necessary to complete the transactions, but no credit card information is shared with any third parties or stored permanently on our web server.
Access to and correction of personal information
We take reasonable steps to ensure that all personal information we collect, use or disclose is accurate, complete and up-to-date.
If you believe your information holds errors or information is missing please notify our Privacy Officer and we will endeavour to correct or add the information as soon as possible.
You may access information about you held by us (subject to some exceptions allowed by law). For details and access to this information please contact our Privacy Officer on 1300 369 741.
For security reasons, you may be required to put your request in writing. A fee may be charged for the administration of information provision.
Unsubscribing from The Australian Ballet communications
If you would like to unsubscribe from email please log in to your account at australianballet.com.au/my-account using your unique username and password and update your 'My Email Preferences' to exclude some or all options. You can also unsubscribe from email communications by clicking 'Update your preferences' or 'Unsubscribe' at the bottom of all our emails. Please contact our customer experience team on 1300 369 741 if you require any further assistance.
Mail and SMS communications
If you would like to unsubscribe from postal mail or SMS please send an enquiry at australianballet.com.au/contact, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or phone our customer experience team on 1300 369 741.
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Queries, concerns, complaints?
If you have any questions or concerns about how we deal with your personal information, please contact our Privacy Officer on 1300 369 741.
The Australian Ballet mailing address:
Private Box 838
South Melbourne Delivery Centre
VIC 3205 AUSTRALIA
If we cannot address your concerns to your satisfaction you have the right to take your issue to the Privacy Commissioner. The Privacy Commissioner may be contacted on 1300 363 992.
Need more information?
If you would like more information about privacy and the Privacy Act (including the Australian Privacy Principles), you can access the Privacy Commissioner's website on: privacy.gov.au
All users of The Australian Ballet's website do so with an understanding and acceptance of the following conditions:
- All information provided on this website is done so in good faith and The Australian Ballet has taken all reasonable measures to ensure the information contained herein is accurate and current.
- No liability is accepted for loss or damages incurred as a result of reliance upon material contained on this website.
- By logging on, you will be deemed to have released and discharged The Australian Ballet from all liability which might arise.
- By logging on, you will be assuming all risks associated with use of the website, including risk of your computer, software or data being damaged by any virus which might be transmitted or activated via The Australian Ballet site by your access to it.
Due to copyright restrictions, The Australian Ballet is unable to supply high resolution images to the public or allow our photos to be reproduced in any way. While our photographers hold intellectual property rights over those images, other copyright stakeholders include choreographers, costume designers, the dancers in the photographs, and The Australian Ballet.
Casting details for all ballets (except for ensemble works) will be published on The Australian Ballet website as soon as available. Casting is subject to change without notice. Cast sheets will be distributed at each performance free of charge (for environmental reasons, one cast sheet is printed for every two patrons). The Australian Ballet makes no guarantee, whether through advertising or promotional material, that particular artists will appear in specific roles or productions. The Australian Ballet reserves the right to alter the details of any season as may be necessary.
General Ticketing Policy
Tickets to The Australian Ballet’s events are sold by The Australian Ballet and third parties including ticketing agents and venue box offices. Tickets purchased through The Australian Ballet are subject to the terms and conditions outlined below. Tickets purchased through third parties are subject to the terms and conditions outlined by those parties which may differ from those outlined below.
Attendees must also abide by the terms and conditions of the venue in which the performance is held. Please refer to the venue’s conditions of entry:
The Australian Ballet adopts the Live Performance Australia (LPA) Code of Practice for the Ticketing of Live Entertainment in Australia, available at liveperformance.com.au
1. Allocation of seats
The allocation of seats is at the total discretion of The Australian Ballet. The Australian Ballet reserves the right to vary, substitute or withdraw any seating arrangements, including Season Package seating.
2. Ticket prices
Ticket prices are correct at time of quotation or publication and are subject to change at any time without notice.
2.1 The Australian Ballet operates in a demand situation. Ticket prices (including Season Package tickets and Season Package additional tickets) will be dynamically adjusted, either up or down, based on real-time market demand and without notice.
2.2 While The Australian Ballet will always try to ensure that all prices on our website are accurate, errors may occur. If we discover an error in the price of tickets you have ordered, we will inform you as soon as possible and give you the option of reconfirming your order at the correct price (and credit or debit your account as applicable) or have your order cancelled. If you choose to cancel after you have already paid the incorrect ticket price for the tickets, you will receive a full refund.
3. Ticket refunds
Tickets to The Australian Ballet's events and performances are non-refundable except in the case of a cancelled performance. Tickets that cannot be used may be donated back to The Australian Ballet and a tax receipt will be issued for the value of the ticket price. This can be claimed as a charitable donation. Tickets for donation must be returned to The Australian Ballet a minimum of five (5) working days prior to the ticketed performance.
4. Ticket exchanges
Tickets purchased directly through The Australian Ballet may be exchanged for performances within the same production. Tickets cannot be exchanged between cities. Tickets purchased through third party ticketing agents cannot be exchanged. Exchanges are subject to availability and seats comparable to those originally held cannot be guaranteed.
Tickets may be exchanged by contacting The Australian Ballet customer experience team who will need to verify proof of destruction of the tickets, either via email or by receiving the original ticket(s) through the post a minimum of five (5) working days prior to the scheduled performance. Newly issued tickets will then be returned to the package holder via post . If you're contacting The Australian Ballet by telephone to arrange exchange, your tickets may be held for a maximum of five (5) working days, to allow for original tickets to be returned. After this time held seats will be released to sale. Exchanges by subscribers incur a handling fee of $4 per ticket exchanged. If you're not a subscriber, each ticket exchanged incurs a $15 fee. MasterCard or Visa details or cheque payment for this fee must be received with original tickets.
In all instances, original tickets must be returned in order to facilitate an exchange. Lost tickets cannot be exchanged. Exchanges cannot be carried out once a performance has occurred.
Exchange fees are subject to change without notice.
Ticket downgrades do not attract a refund.
5. Ticket upgrade and downgrades
If a ticket sold at a concession rate is to be used by a patron not eligible for the same concession, the difference between the concession and full rate must be paid by the ticketholder. This upgrade may be carried out via our venue box offices. If a full-priced ticket is to be used by a concession holder, the difference in price cannot be refunded.
6. Ticketing fees and charges
Some service fees apply when booking or exchanging tickets to performances by The Australian Ballet to cover the postage and/or handling costs associated with the transaction.
For Season Package tickets:
$0 for online bookings
$12 for phone and mail bookings
$4 per ticket for Season Package ticket exchanges
For general ticket purchases or additional tickets for Season Package holders:
$0 for online bookings
$10 for phone bookings
$15 per ticket for ticket exchanges
Merchandise Delivery Fees:
$10 for Australian Parcel Post
$15 for Australian Express Post
$45 for International Parcel Post
Ticketing fees and charges are subject to change without notice.
Please note: Third party sellers, such as ticketing agencies and venue box offices, will charge different fees. Please check with individual selling agencies to find out more information about their fees.
While The Australian Ballet works to dispatch tickets and merchandise as soon as possible, all delivery timelines are guides only and delivery dates may be subject to change.
All orders are sent via standard post. Orders will be posted to the shipping address nominated during purchase.
7.1 Ticket Delivery
Tickets purchased 14 or more working days in advance of the performance will be posted. Expected delivery timeline is 14 – 21 working days.
Tickets purchased less than 14 working days in advance of the performance will not be posted. Your tickets will be made available for collection 1 hour prior to the performance start time at the venue Box Office.
Tickets purchased internationally will be available for collection 1 hour prior to the performance start time at the venue Box Office.
For Step Inside events and classes, staff will check registrant names off a class list at the beginning of the event. Please provide name and date of birth of individual attending the class when placing your order.
7.2 Merchandise Delivery
Standard Australian orders: please allow 5 – 10 working days from order, except where product listing indicates a different time-frame. Occasionally delivery may exceed these timelines for reasons outside of our control. All orders are sent with tracking numbers; please contact our customer experience team if you need to follow up on an order.
Express Australian orders: Express delivery typically occurs in 2 – 3 working days, though some non-metro postcodes may take longer. For orders placed on Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays, please allow an extra business day for your delivery to arrive. All orders are sent with a tracking number; please contact the customer experience team if you need to follow up on an order. Please note express delivery is not available to all locations or for orders in excess of 5kgs.
International orders: please allow 14 – 30 working days for delivery of merchandise items.
7.3 Season Package Delivery
Season packages begin to be posted in October. Please allow 21 working days for delivery.
8. Program vouchers
Souvenir program vouchers can be pre-ordered with annual Season Package tickets at a discounted rate. Additional program vouchers cannot be purchased at a discounted rate once the Season Package has been processed. Souvenir program vouchers can be redeemed pre-performance from program sellers located in the venue foyers. Lost program vouchers cannot be replaced. The Australian Ballet does not take responsibility for vouchers lost in the post.
9. Parking vouchers
Parking vouchers for The Australian Ballet Car Park in Melbourne can be pre-ordered with Season Packages at a discounted rate. Additional parking vouchers cannot be purchased once the Season Package has been processed. Parking vouchers are valid for the year in which the Season Package takes place. Lost parking vouchers cannot be replaced. The Australian Ballet does not take responsibility for vouchers lost in the post.
10. School and groups ticketing
Schools and groups of ten or more are able to reserve tickets without payment in order for numbers to be finalised. An invoice will be issued at the time of booking and payment is required in full, six weeks prior to the event. In the case of reserved seating performances, seating allocation will not be confirmed until payment is received.
School groups will receive one complimentary teacher/guardian ticket for every ten paying students.
11. Offers and discount pricing
From time to time The Australian Ballet will offer special discounts to selected performances. Relevant proof of entitlement must be presented when booking - whether in the form of a password, promotional code, identification or other measure. Partial refunds will not be given on tickets previously purchased at full price.
12. Event particulars including dates, commencement time, duration and casting are subject to change. Venue admission is subject to the terms and conditions of purchase and additional conditions of entry may apply at the venue. No responsibility is taken by The Australian Ballet for any travel or ancillary expenses incurred or for loss consequential from amendment to advertised event details.
Promo and presale code policy
The Australian Ballet offers our customers special discounts, promotions, and other opportunities from time to time. These offers can be accessed with a specific promotion code. This code is unique to the promotion and should be entered in the promo code box when purchasing a ticket on The Australian Ballet’s website or quoted to the customer experience assistant, at the time of booking and exactly as it appears in the offer/promotion. Unless otherwise stated, promo codes issued by The Australian Ballet are valid for sales through The Australian Ballet only.
Season Package Policy
Season Package structure
The Australian Ballet reserves the right to change the structure of Season Packages from year to year. This includes, but is not limited to, the number of ballets in a given series, the concessions offered within a series or the performance dates and times of a particular series or of The Australian Ballet’s performances generally.
Season Package renewal deadlines
Season Package renewal deadlines are in place for existing Principal Package holders, and will vary from year to year. Please refer to the current year Season Package information for full details.
Allocation of seats
Where a Season Package includes renewable seating, The Australian Ballet will take reasonable endeavours to offer Season Package holders the same seats that were allocated for the previous season. The offer will be open until close of business on the renewal date for those customers booking packages with renewable seating options (excludes Red Monday series in Sydney and Create Your Own Packages).
Renewable seating is only available for performances taking place in the Sydney Opera House, Joan Sutherland Theatre and the State Theatre, Arts Centre Melbourne.
If the seats allocated for the previous season cannot be offered for the new season, The Australian Ballet will use its reasonable endeavours to offer seats comparable to those allocated for the previous season. However, this may not be possible due to, among other things, existing seating allocations and layout of the venue. At all times The Australian Ballet reserves the right to vary, substitute or withdraw Season Package seating.
After the renewal date, all unpurchased seats will be released for reallocation. The Australian Ballet has no obligation following the renewal date to allocate seats in a similar area of the theatre to renewing Season Package holders. Seats for series which do not include renewable seating are allocated in order of receipt.
Season Package change requests
All requests for changes to Season Package seating will be addressed after the Season Package renewal period has closed. The Australian Ballet makes no guarantee that all requests can be fulfilled. Where changes cannot be accommodated, Season Package holders will retain their original seats. Season Package renewals incorporating a change request will initially be charged the cost of the original renewable seating. If an upgrade can be accommodated, the additional charge will be debited upon seating allocation.
If a Season Package holder is requesting a reduction in the number of seats, or a downgrade in seating area, the original Season Package amount will initially be charged if booking online. The Australian Ballet will regularly assess online bookings and resolve such transaction payments as soon as possible. To avoid the original (greater) charge in the first instance Season Package holders requesting these changes are advised to renew by mail.
Ballet Holiday option
Principal Package holders who have held their package for five consecutive years or more are able to take a year's break, or drop any number of ballets from their Season Package, and The Australian Ballet will take reasonable endeavours to allocate the same seats the following year. The Ballet Holiday option is only available for one year in every six. Ballet Holidays must be arranged via The Australian Ballet Customer Services Team.
Credit card instalments
All Season Packages holders are eligible to take the instalment payment option when booking Season Packages online or by mail. Instalments are collected in three equal payments the first instalment will be charged on receipt of your booking, with the remaining two payments on set dates throughout the course of the year.
For the 2018 season the instalment dates are as follows:
- 25% will be charged on receipt of booking
- 25% charged on 15 December 2017
- 50% charged on 15 February 2018
Where a Season Package order includes a donation that is greater than one quarter the total transaction cost, the whole donation amount will be charged on the first payment. The balance will then be deducted as three equal payments on the dates noted above.
Where a Season Package order total contains an uneven cent value and cannot be divided equally into four payments, instalment amounts will be rounded to the nearest cent.
Instalments can be paid by credit card only. Cheque, cash or money order are not accepted. Instalments are restricted to one credit card per Season Package booking.
Customers using the credit card instalment option are asked to inform The Australian Ballet as soon as possible if their credit card details change. Instalments which cannot be collected on the due date will be charged an administrative recovery fee in addition to the instalment amount.
Season Package holder discounts and special offers
The Australian Ballet, in conjunction with partner organisations, offers a range of discounts and special offers to Season Package holders. Season Package holders are required to identify themselves as eligible for The Australian Ballet Season Package holder discounts by presentation of their Subscriber Benefits Card or by logging in to their account when purchasing through The Australian Ballet website.
Primary Season Package holder
For administrative purposes The Australian Ballet will identify the individual(s) in whose name the Season Package is held as the primary subscriber. It is this person to whom all correspondence will be addressed, including tickets, renewal notices and instalment payment reminders. Should the Season Package be transferred to another member of the group as the primary subscriber, The Australian Ballet will require notification in writing, wherever possible. Additional Subscriber Benefits Cards may be posted to subscribers in addition to the primary subscriber upon provision of the subsequent subscriber's name and contact details.
The Australian Ballet and agents selling tickets for our productions must cite valid concession or proof of age identification in order to dispatch concession-priced tickets. Venue staff may check concession identification upon entry to the venue, so please ensure you have valid concession identification on hand when attending performances. Where valid concession identification cannot be produced, an upgrade to the full-price ticket in that seating reserve will be required.
Available concessions may vary between performances and venues, may be based on purchases as either a Season Package or single ticket and may change at any time without notice. Available concessions are as follows;
Senior: available to individuals with an Australian government issued Seniors Card.
Pensioner: available to individuals with an Australian government issued Pension Card.
Under 30: available to individuals 30 years or under at time of purchase with acceptable proof of age ID. Eg. Drivers license, proof of age card, passport or birth certificate.
Child (<18): available to individuals 18 years or under at the time of purchase with acceptable proof of age documentation. Eg. Birth certificate or passport.
For the comfort and convenience of all patrons, latecomers can only be admitted into the auditorium at a suitable break in the performance. Suitable breaks vary between ballets and may not be until the first interval. If a suitable break prior to interval is identified, latecomers may not be seated in their ticketed seats, rather in an area adjacent to an entrance, where minimal disruption will be caused to seated attendees. This is at the discretion of venue staff.
Ticket refunds or exchanges are not available on the basis of late arrival. The Australian Ballet strongly recommends planning your journey to ensure you arrive at the venue well in advance of the scheduled performance commencement.
Lost ticket vouchers will be issued for misplaced tickets purchased through The Australian Ballet. These cannot be issued in advance of the performance and cannot be posted. Lost Ticket Vouchers can be collected at the venue from 60 minutes prior to the performance.
Lost tickets cannot be exchanged.
Ticket holders who purchased through a venue box office or other booking agency should contact that agency to determine the procedure for lost tickets.
Children and infants
All patrons, irrespective of age, are admitted to the performance provided that they hold an individual ticket, including babes-in-arms. We ask that you be considerate of the needs of the surrounding audience if you intend to bring a baby to the theatre.
Storytime Ballet, Once Upon a Time and Behind the Scenes
Children aged under two years are admitted free of charge provided they sit on the lap of the accompanying adult. Please check the individual booking details to confirm those performances designated with this condition.
Prams and capsules
For the safety and security of all patrons, prams or baby capsules of any description cannot be taken into the auditorium. Aisles, stairways and stairwells must be kept clear at all times.
Visit our Children at the Theatre page.
Step Inside Policy
Bookings for The Australian Ballet's Step Inside events, talks and classes are subject to The Australian Ballet’s standard ticketing policies and cannot be refunded unless the event is cancelled.
For security purposes and in case of an emergency, the names of individual event participants will be required at time of booking for all classes, workshops and tours.
Minders, parents, guardians and/or teachers are not permitted to attend these events. Minders, parents, guardians and/or teachers are asked to meet their children promptly at the conclusion of classes and workshops.
Delivery and shipping fees
Orders are delivered via the Australia Post network. All orders are sent to the shipping address provided during checkout. Australia Post may leave a card at the nominated address to arrange re-delivery if it was not able to be delivered.
Orders within Australia
Standard delivery $10
Express delivery $15
Flat rate $45
e do not accept liability for any loss, theft or damage to the products after delivery.
Please allow 5 – 10 working days from order, except where product listing indicates a different time-frame. Occasionally delivery may exceed these timelines for reasons outside of our control. All orders are sent with tracking numbers; please contact our customer experience team if you need to follow up on an order.
Express delivery typically occurs in 2 – 3 working days, though some non-metro postcodes may take longer. For orders placed on Saturdays, Sundays, and public holidays, please allow an extra business day for your delivery to arrive. All orders are sent with a tracking number; please contact the customer experience team if you need to follow up on an order. Please note express delivery is not available to all locations or for orders in excess of 5kgs.
It is important that you verify your information is correct, especially your delivery address. If the address provided is incorrect and the package is returned, you may be billed for the additional shipping charges in order for your delivery to reach you. You agree to this by placing an order with us and we reserve the right to pass on applicable charges to you if you provide wrong address information. We also require a contact phone number, which may be used by the courier to arrange delivery. If we and our delivery partner have been unable to deliver your order due to your error or fault after 21 days or three attempts (whichever is sooner), we reserve the right to cancel your order. In these circumstances we will refund you the price of your order, less the delivery fees incurred by us.
Peace of mind returns and exchanges: If you change your mind or your order is not quite right, you may return it to us within 30 days of the date you received it. You must contact us with your name and order number before returning any items. The cost of returning the item to us is your responsibility.
Items returned must be in ‘as-new’ condition. This means you have not used, damaged, washed or laundered any of the items. Please return items secured in their original packaging if possible.
After we have received your item and confirmed it is in ‘as-new’ condition, we will issue you with an exchange or refund of the purchase price less the initial delivery fees. If you have purchased an item using a free shipping offer and returned it because you have changed your mind, we will deduct the actual shipping cost to us from your refund. If we cannot be satisfied that you purchased the product from us then we will not accept your product for return. Additional delivery charges may apply if you are requesting an exchange due to a change of mind.
Your consumer rights
The goods you purchase come with guarantees that cannot be excluded under the Australian Consumer Law. If your product is faulty, broken or otherwise non-compliant with a consumer guarantee under the Australian Consumer Law please contact us as soon as possible with your name and order number and our customer expereince team will advise you on the next steps.
Unfortunately, and despite our best efforts, items are occasionally damaged in transit. If you notice that an item is damaged when it is delivered to you, please contact us within two days of delivery with clear digital photos showing the damage. Our Customer Services Team will advise you on the next steps.
The type of resolution we offer will depend upon the circumstances. We may arrange to replace the product or provide you with a partial or full refund of the purchase amount. If we require you to return the product to us, The Australian Ballet will pay the cost of the return.
We reserve the right to refuse a refund in cases where we deem damage to a product to be due to fair wear and tear, misuse, failure to use in accordance with manufacturer’s instructions or failure to take reasonable care.
Gift Card Policy
- Gift Cards can be purchased in any denomination above $10 via phone, specific denominations are available via website.
- Gift Cards purchased prior to 31 March 2018 will expire on 31 December of the year following Gift Card purchase, Gift Cards purchased on or after to 31 March 2018 will expire 3 years from date of issue. Expired Gift Cards cannot be redeemed. After expiration any remaining Gift Card monies will be donated to The Australian Ballet's Education program.
- Gift Cards may be redeemed online at australianballet.com.au or by phone on 1300 369 741.
- Where the value of items purchased is greater than the value of the Gift Card, the difference is payable by the Gift Card holder. Where the value of items is purchased is less than the value of the Gift Card, the remaining value will be held on account by The Australian Ballet for future purchases by the Gift Card holder. Original expiry conditions will apply.
- The recipient must provide full contact details when redeeming a Gift Card.
- The Gift Card identification code must be quoted when redeeming.
- Lost, stolen or deleted Gift Cards cannot be replaced.
- There are no fees associated with purchasing The Australian Ballet Gift Card. Standard processing, booking or postage and handling fees will apply on redemption of Gift Cards.
- Gift Cards can only be redeemed for events and merchandise sold directly through The Australian Ballet. Gift Cards issued by The Australian Ballet cannot be redeemed for tickets purchased through venue box offices or other agencies selling The Australian Ballet tickets or merchandise.