Tourism Industry Council New South Wales (TICNSW)
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We do not normally give refunds if you:
- simply change your mind, or
- make a wrong decision.
You can choose between a refund, or credit where services:
- are faulty
- have been wrongly described
- are different from a sample shown to you, or do not do what they are supposed to.
Events, Awards and Publications
Set conditions are published for refunds on specific activities.
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