QEC Entry Conditions

Queenstown Events Centre Entry Conditions

Tickets bought for events held at the Queenstown Events Centre are governed by the following standards which are set to ensure the safety, comfort and enjoyment of all patrons.

Permitted Items:

•    Sealed plastic water bottles that are no larger than 1 litre in size

Unpermitted Items:

•    Alcohol not purchased at the venue

•    Open drink containers

•    Drinking containers larger than 1 litre

•    Glassware

•    Cans

•    Illicit drugs

•    Sound Amplifiers including loud inhalers

•    Animals, with the exception of seeing eye dogs

•    Furniture

•    Weapons, fireworks missiles or other items considered dangerous

•    Skateboards, roller blades, scooters or bicycles

•    Signs or banners that are obscene, offensive or abusive

•    Any article which is likely to injure or annoy other persons, including chemical substances which give off noxious fumes or smoke

•    Dangerous Goods

•    Commercially produced takeaway food such as McDonalds, KFC, Subway, Pizza etc

•    Any other item that Venue Management determines may cause injury, public nuisance or inconvenience to any other person

Smoking:

•    Smoking is not permitted in the Building, Stadium or Oval

Patrons may be refused entry into the Queenstown Event Centre or be evicted if they:

•    Have no valid entry or accreditation pass

•    Deny permission for the inspection of themselves, bags or other items in their possession

•    Appear intoxicated / under the influence of drugs or exhibit disorderly behaviour

•    Fail to comply with security, gate staff or venue staff requests

•    Attempt to bring in prohibited items

•    Have been previously issued with a trespass notice that still applies

•    Engages in conduct which unreasonably interferes with the enjoyment of the event by the patrons, including fighting

•    Hamper or impede the conduct of the event

Any breach of the above conditions shall automatically revoke the Ticket Holders licence to remain at the venue and be liable for arrest and prosecution for the offence of the Trespass Act 1980 which is punishable on conviction by a fine up to $1000.00 or a term of up to 3 months imprisonment.