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Booking Terms & Conditions


Deposit:

A deposit of 50% of the total cost will be required to secure the booking within 4 days. If the deposit is not received within 4 days of your booking, the booking may be cancelled without notice. The balance of payment is due 60 prior to arrival. A security bond of $1000.00 is payable with credit card on arrival.

Cancellations

If notice of cancellation is received in writing prior to 60 days of the arrival date, the deposit will be refunded less a $150.00 cancellation fee. If less than 60 days notice of cancellation is given, all monies are forfeited. Travel insurance is recommended.

Payment Options:
Cheque: You can send a cheque payable to: Visit Snowy Mountains, P.O Box 10 Thredbo Village NSW 2625.

Direct Deposit: (Internet Bank Transfer) into Visit Snowy Mountains Trust Account
Direct Deposit Details: Bank:Westpac Name: Visit Snowy Mountains BSB: 032728 Acc No: 145639
Please make sure to put your last name as a reference so we can identify your payment.

Credit Card: You also have an option to pay by credit card (Visa or Mastercard). A fee of 3% will be charged on any credit card transaction.

Images

The images used in this site have been provided by Kosciusko Thredbo and Snowy Audio Visual. Thanks to the models used Kathryn Lesniewicz and Joshua Currall.


Disclaimer

The use of the Sequoia 5 web site shall be subject to the following terms and conditions.

Visit Snowy Mountains does not warrant the accuracy, completeness, suitability or reliability of any information, service or product listed at Sequoia 5. Under no circumstances, including negligence, shall Sequoia 5 be liable for any loss, claim, or any direct, indirect, incidental, special or consequential damages (including but not limited to lost profits or lost savings) which arises out of or is in any way connected with the use of any information, any listing of any data at Sequoia 5 or any delay or inability to use this web site whether based on tort, contract, strict liability or otherwise.

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