UniSport Centenary Ball
Centenary Ball has been cancelled
UniSport Australia are proud to present our Centenary Ball!
The night will kick off by celebrating our 100-year anniversary, showcasing some of the remarkable milestones in university sport over that last 100 years, then continue on to celebrate our student-athlete achievements from the year that was 2021.
Half time will call for a two-course banquet dinner while we announce the 2021 Overall UniSport University Champions.
Dive into the second half of the night with live entertainment, drinks and more to push you to the finish-line.
Get your tickets now – the ball’s in your court!
Although Nationals Div 1 and Div 2 presented by UniBank has been cancelled, we will still be hosting Centenary Ball. More information coming soon!
Do I need to be competing at Nationals Div 1 and Div 2 to attend?
No, everyone is welcome to come along!
Can I still attend if I am 17 years old?
No, sorry! This is an 18+ event in a licensed venue.
Can I buy my ticket at the door?
No, sorry! Tickets are LIMITED and need to be bought in ADVANCE.
Can my date, who is not a student, come?
Definitely! This event is open to everyone as long as you have a ticket.
Refund Policy and Terms and Conditions
*Terms and Conditions updated as of 09 July 2021.
UniSport Australia terms and conditions:
These conditions govern the supply of all tickets (including complimentary tickets) to the Centenary Ball by UniSport Australia that are issued by the Promoter, or the Promoter’s authorised ticket sellers and allow access to the venue where the event is held (including all areas under the control of the Venue owner or hirer, the “Venue”. As the individual purchasing or holding the ticket to the event (“you”, “your”) agree to the following Conditions. These conditions work in conjunction with the Promoter’s authorised ticket seller’s terms and conditions (“Ticket Terms”).
Throughout these Terms, the terms “UniSport"., “we”, “us” and “our” refer to UniSport Australia and its associated entities, and “you” refers to the individual or business purchasing tickets or attending the events.
1. Event Booking Terms and Ticket Purchase
1.1. The Centenary Ball event and ticket prices are available on our website.
1.2. In addition to the ticket price, you must pay any booking, handling, credit card surcharge or postage fees specified on our website. GST is included in ticket price.
1.3. Ticket prices are subject to change, any changes to pricing will reflect on our website.
1.4. Tickets are available to be purchased through our website or Facebook event booking ticket link (directing you to the authorised ticket seller link). The only authorised ticket seller platform is Eventbrite.
1.5. Your booking is confirmed when you receive an email notification and receipt with your electronic ticket from the authorised ticket sellers. UniSport Australia accepts no liability if you choose to purchase tickets from a non-authorised ticket seller.
1.6. Admission to the event will be granted only upon presentation of a valid admission ticket from an authorised ticket seller.
1.7. It is a condition of sale that tickets may not be offered for unauthorised re-sale, on 3rd party websites such as Facebook, eBay or Gumtree. Tickets may not be resold or offered for resale at a premium (including online auction sites) or used for advertising, promotion or other commercial purposes. If a ticket is used in breach of these conditions, it may be cancelled without refund and the bearer of the ticket may be refused admission.
1.8. Booking terms apply to all ticket purchases;
1.8.1. Times and venue subject to change.
1.8.2. Line up & entertainment acts subject to change.
1.8.3. UniSport Australia maintains a ZERO TOLERANCE drug policy.
1.8.4. The event will continue in the case of Rain, Hail or Shine (unless deemed unsafe by management)
2. Refunds, Credits and Transfers
2.1. All ticket sales are final. No credit, transfers to other dates or refund will be given for Cancelled or Postponed events (see clause 3 below). For clarification, you are not entitled to a refund (this includes no transfers to another date) if:
2.1.1. you are no longer able to attend the event
2.1.2 no longer wish to attend - "change of mind"
2.1.2. you arrive late or are refused entry for any reason;
2.1.3. you did not enjoy the event.
2.2 The ability to re-issue (change the name on your ticket) may be available for a nominated fee per ticket but must follow the below procedure;
2.2.1. a request is submitted in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org containing your current ticket order number and requesting a name change to your ticket. You will be required to pay the $10 admin fee to complete the name change.
2.2.2. the request is submitted at least 72 hours prior to the event.
UniSport Australia reserves the right to refuse entry if a replacement guest arrives at the event without the ticket being transferred via this procedure.
2.3 I acknowledge that I am not (and no other person is) entitled to a refund or credit of any nature in relation to the ticket and/or ancillary items I have paid (for myself or another person), for any reason whatsoever, or in any circumstances, unless and to the extent that the Event Organiser is required to provide a refund or payment at law.
3. Event Cancellation due to COVID-19
Should any UniSport managed event be cancelled due to the impacts of COVID-19 or government issued travel restrictions, a ticket refund will be issued. This does not include Eventbrite’s non-refundable service fee.
All refunds in the instance of event cancellation will be processed within 30 days of the event cancellation. Participants are not required to contact UniSport to request a refund in this instance.
3.1. COVID-19 imposed travel restrictions.
In the instance that the event goes ahead, but state border restrictions are applied which prevent a state or number of states from attending, then a full refund (as outlined above) will be given to those participants affected by the government restrictions.
*Note all PayPal and Eventbrite service fees are non-refundable as outlined at the time of purchasing tickets.
4. Event Conduct
4.1. You are expected to behave in an appropriate manner at all Events. We reserve the right to refuse entry or require you to leave if your behaviour is deemed unacceptable.
4.2. UniSport Australia has a commitment to RSA and reserves the right to refuse patrons who are intoxicated or under the influence of substances. Tickets are non-refundable if refused entry.
4.3 As the Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre is a licensed venue, entry will be refused to patrons who are intoxicated and / or disorderly. UniSport Australia withdraws all responsibility for admittance in to venues. This is soley the responsibility of the venue and UniSport Australia will not be held responsible should a patron be turned away from a venue. Management Reserves all rights. As noted in clause 2.1.3 Tickets are non-refundable if refused entry to any venue.
4.2. UniSport Australia photographs and films every event. You consent to being filmed or photographed by UniSport Australia (or its representatives) and to UniSport Australia using your name, likeness, image and/or voice in such photographs or films for the purpose of promoting our events, services and products. No remuneration is payable for such use.
5. Limitation of Liability
5.1. To the extent permitted by law, we exclude all conditions and warranties relating to your purchase of tickets for and attendance at Events.
5.2. Where our liability cannot be excluded, such as in relation to Consumer Guarantees under the Australian Consumer Law or other prescribed terms under legislation, our liability for breach is limited to the face value of the ticket purchased by you, plus any relevant booking and delivery fees.
5.3 We will be excused from performance under these Terms and in relation to Events to the extent such performance is affected by a Force Majeure Event.
5.4 By purchasing a ticket from UniSport Australia I acknowledge that I have read this waiver. I acknowledge that UniSport Australia is not responsible for my acts and I recognise that consumption of alcohol during the event is my own responsibility and therefore I drink at my own risk and will not seek to penalise, prosecute or claim compensation from the organisers, sponsors, guides or participants of the event for any injury, loss or damages. I acknowledge and agree that I participate AT MY OWN RISK. I understand and agree that this agreement, including the waiver of liability, is ongoing and will apply to all future occasions I participate in any events from UniSport Australia.
6.1. These Terms shall in respects be governed by the laws of Queensland. You submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts in Queensland to determine any matter or dispute which arises under these Terms.
6.2. If any provision of these Terms is deemed invalid or unenforceable, all or part of that provision will be severed from the Terms and will not affect the enforceability of the remaining provisions of the Terms.
6.3. No waiver of any term shall be deemed a further or continuing waiver of such term or any other term. Any failure to assert any right under the Terms shall not constitute a waiver of such right.
6.4 In these Terms, a “Force Majeure Event” means any of the following (whether or not foreseeable or anticipated): acts of God, terrorism, war, civil unrest, strike or labour dispute, lack of transportation, breakdown, labour or material shortage, blockade or embargo, supplier failure, epidemic or pandemic, government restriction or recommendation, legal requirement, extreme weather, earthquake, drought, fire, flood, explosion, natural disaster, and/or any other event, cause or circumstance that is beyond our reasonable control.
6.5. These Terms constitute the entire agreement between UniSport Australia and you in relation to the Centenary Ball event.