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1.1 We, us, our mean Australian Camels Pty Ltd (trading as Camel Connection)

1.2 You and your mean the purchaser of goods, audio or video content from Australian Camels Pty Ltd.

1.3 This is a contract between us and you.

  1. Contract

2.1 When you purchase audio or video content from us, we grant you a licence (which is limited, revocable, non-exclusive, non-transferable) to listen to, download or stream such content to your computer and/or other device(s) solely for your personal, non-commercial use. You agree to not otherwise copy, reproduce, distribute or use the content other than as set out in this contract. You must not sell, transfer, lease, modify, distribute or publicly perform the content in any manner and you must not exploit it commercially. You agree to not tamper with the content or create any derivative works therefrom.

2.2 We may terminate your license to use any purchased products if you breach this contract.

2.3 If you purchase a compact disc or DVD from us you may convert that content Into an electronic format such as MP3 or MP4 for your personal use on a portable audio or video playback device.

  1. Payment

3.1 You may request to make payment by installments. If you and we agree that you may make payments by installments you must pay all installments on or before each due date.

3.2 The due date for each installment is as stated in sales page in which you are purchasing from.

3.3 All goods sold by us are charged in USD & AUD dollars. If you are located in Australia you will be charged Australian Goods and Services Tax.

  1. Warranty

4.1 We will repair or replace at our discretion any goods which are physically defective for the period of 12 months after purchase. This warranty does not apply to defects which occur because of misuse or accidental damage.

  1. The Australian Consumer Law and limitation of liability

5.1 For the avoidance of doubt, nothing in this contract limits or restricts your ability to make a claim against us that may be available to you for our failure to comply with a guarantee under the Australian Consumer Law.

5.2 Subject to paragraph 5.4 and to the extent permitted by the Australian Consumer Law and relevant state legislation, our sole obligation under this contract is to use our best endeavors to provide the products or to repair the products or repair or replace any part of a product which is found to be defective during one year after purchase. You are entitled to have the goods repaired or replaced if the goods fail to be of acceptable quality and the failure does not amount to a major failure.

5.3 When you acquire goods or services from us, Part 3-2, Division 1 of the Australian Consumer Law implies a number of guarantees that cannot be excluded. Subject to the Australian Consumer Law, to the full extent permitted by law:

(a) under no circumstances (including but not limited to any act or omission on the part of us) will we be liable for any indirect, incidental, special and/or consequential damages or loss of profits whatsoever which result from any use of or access to, or any inability to use or access, the products you purchase from us;

(b) we exclude all guarantees, conditions, warranties and terms implied by statute, general law or custom;

(c) in no event shall we be liable for any other claims or damages including, but not limited to, claims for faulty design, negligent or misleading advice, damages arising from loss or use of the products, and any indirect, special or consequential damages or injury to any person, corporation or other entity.

5.4 If the product is a product not ordinarily acquired for personal, domestic or household use or consumption, pursuant to s 64A of the Australian Consumer Law and similar provisions of relevant state legislation we limit our liability to payment of an amount equal to the lowest of:

(a) the cost of replacing the goods or services or supplying equivalent goods or services;

(b) the cost of repair of the goods;

(c) the cost of having the goods repaired or replaced.

5.5 Subject to paragraph 5.4 we are not liable for default or failure in performance of our obligations pursuant to this agreement resulting directly or indirectly from acts of God, civil or military authority, acts of public enemy, war, accidents, fires, explosions, earthquakes, floods, the elements, strikes, labour disputes, shortage of suitable parts, components, materials, labour or transportation or any other cause beyond our reasonable control.

5.6 Subject to paragraph 5.4, we are not responsible for any loss caused by an error or defect in the products or errors or faults caused by components supplied by any other person.

  1. Refunds & exchange

6.1 Voluntary refunds:

(a) Given that our courses, on and offline, are in logistical nature and or digital format we are no able to offer a refund, unless otherwise stated in promotional material.

We believe in our courses and hundreds of people have received knowledge and skill, development and results from investing in our programs. This type of progress requires that you follow the course and do the work. You must demonstrate that you have participated in the Course by accessing your course content and/or asking questions within your course portal before requesting a cancellation of your course membership and refund. We may request the submission of completed worksheets, activities and exercises in considering your refund request. A change of mind does not constitute a valid reason for cancellation and request for refund. In considering your refund we may also charge an admin fee at our discretion.

Requests for refunds must be made in writing to me within the defined refund period as listed above in section 6.1 (a), at [email protected]

(b) If you receive your money back you must delete every copy of the product that you have downloaded as well as copies you have placed on other devices or media.

6.2 You may be entitled to a refund as a result of your rights under the Australian Consumer Law. Our goods come with guarantees that cannot be excluded under the Australian Consumer Law. You are entitled to a replacement or refund for a major failure and compensation for any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage.

6.3 If you are entitled to a refund, we will refund your money within 90 days of notice to us and the entitlement arising.

6.4 If you are required to return any goods, you are liable for the cost of returning those goods unless the cost is significant.

6.5 Your refund will be paid in the currency in which it was received by us. If you paid in a currency other than Australian dollars, you are liable for the costs of exchange.

  1. Privacy

7.1 You agree to our Privacy Policy available at https://camelconnection.com/privacy-policy

 

  1. Cameleer Academy terms

8.1 If you purchase a Cameleer Academy membership, you must abide by the Cameleer Academy membership rules and policies.

  1. Trade marks

9.1 Trade marks used on the Website belong to their respective owners. You must not use any trade mark displayed on the Website without the express written permission of us or the third-party owner.

  1. Jurisdiction

10.1 These Terms are governed by and to be construed in accordance with the laws of Victoria, and the Commonwealth of Australia. You irrevocably and unconditionally submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the courts of Victoria.

10.2 If any of these Terms is found to be invalid or unenforceable by a court of law, such invalidity or unenforceability will not affect the remainder of the Terms which will continue in full force and effect.

  1. Live Events

11.1 Cancellation policy: Tickets are non-refundable but are completely transferable to another person. If you require your ticket to be transferred to someone else, please email their full name and email address to [email protected] no less than 5 working days prior to the event.

11.2 Event: Australian Camels Pty Ltd, trading as Camel Connection, reserves the right to change the event at any time, this includes location. In the unlikely event that this will happen, every effort will be made to ensure an event of equivalent standard in a reasonable distance from the original location.

11.3 Behaviour: Australian Camels Pty Ltd reserves the right to prohibit entry or eject any person from the Venue based on behaviour deemed inappropriate by Australian Camels Pty Ltd staff and/or its agents and others working under its authority.

11.4 Image Release: In registering for any of our live events or international journeys, you grant permission to Australian Camels Pty Ltd, its agents and others working under its authority, to take and to have full and free use of video/photographs containing your image/likeness. You understand these images may be used for promotional, news, online/multimedia, research and/or educational purposes by and for Australian Camels Pty Ltd. You agree that you are not entitled to remuneration, residuals, royalties or any other payment in respect of your image/likeness or its use. You release, discharge, and hold harmless, Australian Camels Pty Ltd and its agents from any and all claims, demands or causes of actions that you may hereafter have by reason of anything contained in the photographs or video. If you do not agree to the above image release, you must advise Australian Camels Pty Ltd by email as soon as possible at [email protected]



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Introduction To Camels eBook (Free)

The perfect place to start for new camels owners, those considering owning camels and even those that have had camels for sometime and want to add to their knowledge on How to Care for Camels.

 

#1 Most common mistake made is camels being cared for the same as other animals are cared for.

 

Camel’s are unique in biology and behaviour which requires specialist care – you can’t go past this eBook & short course to add to your collection of camel information!

 

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  • No knowing the correct procedures for de-worming, drenches and tests to undertake

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Topics Covered in our Introduction to Camel Husbandry eBook:

 

About The Camel

Camels Diet

– Camel Food and Ratios

– Minerals

– Weed / Favourable Foods

– Salt Intake

– Mineral Deficiency Symptoms

– Water

Non Emergency First Aid

– Wounds and Abrasions

– Abscesses

– Diarrhea / Scouring

– Underweight Camels

– Weight Gain Recipe

– Muscular Issues

– Slow Improvers

– Gelding / Castration of Bulls

DIY Camel First Aid Kit

Camel Stress

– Physical Indicators

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– Environmental Stress & Illness

– Training and Handling

– Separation Stress

– Lactation

– Parasites

– Workload

– Diet

Purchasing Camels, Which Camel is Right for you?

Bringing Your Camel Home

– Paddocks and Fencing

– Shelter

– Transporting Your Camel

 

Common Camel Diseases

 

Parasite Control Program 

– Suggested Management Plan

– Parasitic Symptoms

 

Insects

 

Basic Camel Equipment 

– Nose Pegs

– Camel Halters

– Camel Hobbles

– Camel Saddles

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The camel, being an exotic animal, can be more of a challenge to get camel feeding right alongside any western medical needs, holistic care and training than any other animal you might have experienced.

 

A camel owner is always learning, unfortunately though, it’s often trial and error and sometimes ends very badly. Which brings us to why we wanted to write and share the camel care information we’ve learnt over the years with you through this eBook and our Cameleer Academy.

 

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