Broadwater Beach Resort, Busselton WA, Busselton Western Australia
Broadwater Mariner Resort, Geraldton WA, Geraldton Western Australia
Broadwater Resort Apartments, Como WA, Como Western Australia
Australian Privacy Principles under the Privacy Act 1988
Broadwater Hospitality Pty Ltd ABN 79 009 470 688, trading as Broadwater Hotels and Resorts (collectively referred to herein as Broadwater, us or we) is a resort management company that manages and operates 3.5 to 4.5 star resorts in Western Australia. Broadwater resorts are comprised of short stay accommodation, food and beverage outlets, conference and function services, and a range of other resort oriented goods, services and activities.
In the course of its business, Broadwater collects, uses and discloses information about our guests, customers and visitors (Personal Information). In the course of this collection, use and disclosure, we are committed to protecting your privacy.
Principle 1 – Open and Transparent Management of Personal Information
We will most likely collect Personal Information directly from you during the course of your enquiries, accommodation bookings and/or stays at or visits to any Broadwater resort. We may also collect information when you subscribe to a Broadwater newsletter or join a Broadwater club, enter into a Broadwater run competition, purchase a Broadwater Gift Voucher, visit our website, complete a Broadwater survey, interact with us or purchase or enquire about goods or services provided by Broadwater or by the resorts and businesses Broadwater manages (e.g. conferencing, resort shop, food and beverage outlets or other goods and/or services).
The Personal Information collected and held by us may include your:
This Personal Information is collected, held, used and disclosed for the purpose (Primary Purpose) of:
Principle 2 – Anonymity and Psuedonymity
You may communicate or interact with us in relation to a matter anonymously or by using a pseudonym except where Broadwater is lawfully required or authorised to deal with individuals who have identified themselves or it is impracticable for Broadwater to deal with individuals who have not clearly and accurately identified themselves.
Principle 3 - Collection of Solicited Personal Information
Broadwater will only use fair and lawful means to collect Personal Information where it is reasonably necessary for one or more of Broadwater’s functions or activities and will collect such information using fair and lawful means (Solicited Personal Information). Broadwater will collect such information directly from you unless it is unreasonable and impracticable to do so.
We will only collect Sensitive Information from you where your provide consent or where it is lawful for us to do so under the Act. Sensitive Information is information relating to your racial or ethnic origin, political opinions and associations, religious beliefs and affiliations, philosophical beliefs, membership of professional or trade associations or trade unions, sexual orientation or practices, criminal record, health or genetic information or biometric information or templates.
Principle 4 – Collection of Unsolicited Personal Information
Broadwater will only use and disclose Personal Information that it has not solicited where it is lawfully permitted to do so, in which case the information will be treated as if it were Solicited Personal Information.
Principle 5 - Notification of the collection of Personal Information
There may be occasions where we collect information about you from a third party. These third parties may include but are not limited to:
In the event that we believe that you may not be aware that we have solicited Personal Information about you from third party sources, we will take such steps as are reasonable in the circumstances to notify you and ensure that you are aware of:
Principle 6 - Use or Disclosure of Personal Information
We will not use or disclose personal information about you for a purpose (Secondary Purpose) other than the Primary Purpose of collection unless you have expressly consented to such use or disclosure or such use or disclosure is permitted under the Act.
Principle 7 – Direct Marketing
We will not use or disclose your Personal Information in the course of direct marketing unless you would reasonably expect us to use that information for such purpose or you have consented to such use or disclosure.
We will always provide a simple means for you to ‘opt out’ of future direct marketing, with this option to opt out brought to your attention in each direct marketing communication. After making such a request, you will not receive further direct marketing from Broadwater.
Broadwater will always seek your express consent before using or disclosing Sensitive Information for the purpose of direct marketing.
You may also request that Broadwater not disclose your Personal Information to other organisations for the purposes of direct marketing, or that it provides the source of the Personal Information used or disclosed in the course of direct marketing.
Broadwater will also comply with other legislation relevant to direct marketing, including the Do Not Call Register Act 2006 (Cth) and the Spam Act 2003 (Cth).
Principle 8 – Cross Border Disclosure of Personal Information
Broadwater is not likely to disclose your Personal Information to overseas recipients.
Broadwater will not disclose your Personal Information to overseas recipients without your express or implied consent or unless permitted by law.
Principle 9 – Adoption, Use or Disclosure of Government Related Identifiers
Broadwater will not adopt, use, or disclose a Government Related Identifier (such as a Medicare number, drivers licence number or passport number) to identify you, unless permitted by law.
Principle 10 – Quality of Personal Information
We will take reasonable steps to ensure that the Personal Information we collect is accurate, up to date and complete.
Before using or disclosing Personal Information, we will take reasonable steps to ensure that the Personal Information remains accurate, up to date and complete, as well as being relevant having regard to the purpose of its use or disclosure.
Principle 11 - Security of Personal Information
The Personal Information we collect is stored on Broadwater’s secure electronic servers at our Corporate Office or at our resorts.
Broadwater will take such steps as are reasonable in the circumstances to protect the Personal Information it holds from misuse, interference, loss and unauthorised access, modification and disclosure.
Broadwater will destroy or de-identify Personal Information that it no longer needs, and that is not contained in a Commonwealth record or required by law to be retained.
Principle 12 – Access to Personal Information
Broadwater will, upon your request, provide you with access to any Personal Information we hold that relates to you, except where Broadwater is lawfully entitled under the Australian Privacy Principles to deny such a request.
Broadwater will respond to requests for Personal Information within a reasonable time period after the request is made and will give access to the information in the manner requested if it is reasonable and practicable to do so.
Principle 13 – Correction of Personal Information
Should you request that we correct Personal Information we hold relating to you, or should we suspect that such Personal Information is inaccurate, out-of-date, incomplete, irrelevant or misleading, Broadwater will take such steps (if any) as are reasonably necessary in the circumstances to correct that information to ensure that, having regard to the purpose for which it is held, the information is accurate, up to date, complete, relevant and not misleading.
In the event that you believe Broadwater has breached its duties under the APPs, you can lodge a complaint directly with Broadwater by contacting us using the Contact Details contained in this APP Policy.
Broadwater will investigate the circumstances surrounding and will endeavour to respond to and remedy any complaint within a reasonable time period.
Under the Act, you may make a complaint to the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner (OAIC) in the event that you have not received a response to your complaint within thirty days, or you are dissatisfied with the response you received. You can find further information relating to complaint to the OAIC here.
You can contact us by writing to:
Broadwater Hospitality Pty Ltd
Or by calling us on:
+61 (08) 9483 8600
Or by emailing us at: