Collier Park Golf is committed to protecting your privacy, including while interacting with our website.
Collier Park Golf is subject to the associated Privacy Laws and regulations as governed throughout Western Australia and Australia.
Site visit and click-stream data
To help us improve our site and provide better services to users, our hosting service provider records your visit by logging the following information:
- your Internet address;
- your Internet address/ISP’s top level domain name (for example .com.au, edu.au, .au, .uk etc.);
- the date and time of visit to the site;
- the pages accessed and documents downloaded;
- the previous site visited (referrer);
- the type of browser being used.
This information is reported only in aggregated form to participating government agencies to discern trends across large numbers of visits. Eg. monthly reports, popular publications.
No attempt is made to identify individual visitors or their personal browsing activities and patterns.
A Cookie is a small file served by this site to your web browser software when you access this site. Some parts of this website may use a cookie to identify your session such as the shopping basket. This cookie expires when closing your browser or computer.
The following personal information will only be retained and used for the purpose of fulfilling your order:
- Personal and business information;
- contact and shipping address details;
- credit card and other payment arrangement information;
- the nature and items of your order.
Please note your credit card number is not stored in the Collier Park Golf or the City of South Perth’s systems. It is passed in encrypted format to the secure online payment gateway. The first six and last three digits of your credit card number are stored in the payment gateway management facility for reference purposes.
When making a payment or donation online, your credit card details will be automatically transferred to the 128-bit SSL-secured website to continue your transaction.
Without 128-bit SSL, the Internet is an insecure medium and site visitors should be aware that there are inherent risks transmitting information across the Internet.
Please do not provide credit card information or other sensitive information via email or non-SSL web forms as these may be at risk of being intercepted, read or modified.
In the event of unathorised use of your credit card, most banks and card issuers either cover all the charges that result from unauthorised use of your credit card or may limit your liability. Please ask your bank to explain their credit card use policy as it applies to online transactions and their Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) Dispute Process.
If you have any questions about this privacy statement, please contact our General Manager on (08) 9484 1666.