Privacy Policy

This website ( is owned and operated by Barrams Land Partners Pty Ltd ACN 652 008 887 as trustee for the Barrams Land Partners Unit Trust (ABN 16 534 896 535) (we, our and us). This privacy policy relates to the collection and use of personal information in connection with our website. We are bound by the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth), the Australian Privacy Principles and other relevant laws which govern how we collect and use your personal information (Privacy Laws).
We may change this privacy policy from time to time without notifying you. You should review this privacy policy periodically so that you are updated on any changes. This privacy policy is in addition to any other terms and conditions applicable to the web site.
We recognise the importance of protecting information collected about visitors to our website, in particular information that is capable of identifying an individual.
We welcome your comments and feedback.
• Collection of personal information
In this privacy policy, personal information means information that identifies you or can be used to identify you. It does not include data where the identity has been removed and it is not possible to connect the data to the individual. We may collect and use different kinds of personal information related to the provision, or potential provision, of our products and services and all related activities including accounting, invoicing and administrative purposes, marketing and educational services.
Personal information about visitors to our site is collected, where practicable, directly from you. If you register as a user on this website, submit an enquiry or request via our website, enter our competitions, or otherwise ask us to provide you with services, we may collect the following types of information about you:
• name, date of birth, contact details such as telephone number, email address and residential address;
• financial information such as bank details and credit card details and employment status; and
• identification documents such as your driver’s licence or passport.
In certain cases we may collect personal information from publicly available sources and third parties. You must only provide us with the personal information of someone else if you have that person’s consent to disclose that information to us and for us to use that information in accordance with this privacy policy.
• Purpose for handling your personal information
As a general rule, we only collect, use and process personal information for purposes that would be considered relevant and reasonable in the circumstances. Personal information that visitors submit to our website is used only for the purpose for which it is submitted or for a purpose related to the primary purpose of collection, unless we disclose other uses in this privacy policy or at the time of collection.
We collect, hold, use and disclose personal information to:
• offer and provide you with our goods and services, or further information about goods and services;
• manage and administer those goods and services;
• facilitate competitions;
• provide our website functionality, including registration functionality, to you and other users;
• communicate with you, including (but not limited to), responding to queries and questions raised;
• comply with our legal and regulatory obligations; and
• otherwise to manage our business.

• Protection of personal information
Personal information will be stored as archives for recordkeeping and backup purposes only. We have a range of security controls in place including physical, technical and procedural safeguards designed to protect your personal information. We will comply with applicable security obligations under the Privacy Laws in relation to any personal information that we handle, hold and store.
We will take all reasonable steps to store your personal information securely to avoid misuse, interference, loss, unauthorised access, modification or disclosure. When your personal information is no longer needed for the purpose for which it was collected, we will take reasonable steps to destroy or permanently de-identify your personal information.
• Disclosure of personal information to third parties
We may disclose your personal information to third parties, with your consent, or otherwise for the purposes set out in this privacy policy.
We may disclose personal information between our related bodies corporate (including APD Projects Pty Ltd as trustee for the Padro Trust (ABN 54 706 717 691) or Dahua Group (Aust) Pty Ltd (ABN 70 601 916 750)) or to third parties such as our suppliers, organisations that provide us with technical and support services, or our professional advisors. If we disclose information to a third party, we generally require that the third party protect your information to the same extent that we do.
Personal information may be disclosed in special situations where we have reason to believe that doing so is necessary to identify, contact or bring legal action against anyone damaging, injuring, or interfering (intentionally or unintentionally) with our rights or property, users, or anyone else who could be harmed by such activities. Also, we may disclose personal information when we believe in good faith that the law requires disclosure.
We may engage third parties to provide you with goods or services on our behalf. In that circumstance, we may disclose your personal information to those third parties in order to meet your request for goods or services.
• Overseas transfers of personal information
From time to time, in the ordinary course of our business, we may need to hold your personal information on servers which are located outside of Australia. Please note that the use of overseas service providers to store personal information will not always involve a disclosure of personal information to that overseas provider. However, by providing us with your personal information, you consent to the storage of such information on overseas servers and acknowledge that Australian Privacy Principle 8.1 will not apply to such disclosures. For the avoidance of doubt, in the event that an overseas recipient breaches the Australian Privacy Principles, that entity will not be bound by, and you will not be able seek redress under, the Privacy Act.
• Inadvertent Disclosure or Data Breach
If we become aware that we have inappropriately used or disclosed your personal information, or that the security of your personal information has been compromised, including by way of third party data hacking (a data breach), and we are unable to rectify the data breach without any potential adverse effect on your privacy, we may contact you to inform you, and to work with you to minimise or mitigate the consequences of the data breach. In the case of a data breach, we may also be required to notify the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner and other relevant third party organisations in accordance with the Privacy Laws. Where we are legally entitled to do so we will notify you of such disclosure
• Direct Marketing
Like most businesses, marketing is important to our continued success. We therefore like to stay in touch with our clients and let them know about new opportunities. We may provide you with information about new products, services and promotions either from us, or from third parties which may be of interest to you. We will not disclose your personal information to third parties for marketing purposes without your consent.
You may opt out at any time if you no longer wish to receive marketing messages from us. You can make this request by contacting our Privacy Officer.
• Cookies
A cookie is a small text file stored in your computer’s memory or on your hard disk for a pre-defined period of time. We use cookies to identify specific machines in order to collect aggregate information on how visitors are experiencing the website. This information will help to better adapt the website to suit personal requirements. While cookies allow a computer to be identified, they do not permit any reference to a specific individual. For information on cookie settings of your internet browser, please refer to your browser’s manual.
• Accessing and correcting your personal information
You may contact our Privacy Officer to request access to the personal information that we hold about you and/or to make corrections to that information, at any time. On the rare occasions when we refuse access, we will provide you with a written notice stating our reasons for refusing access.
We are not obliged to correct any of your personal information if we do not agree that it requires correction and may refuse to do so. If we refuse a correction request, we will provide you with a written notice stating our reasons for refusing. We may recover reasonable costs in relation to a request for access to personal information.
We will respond to all requests for access to or correction of personal information within a reasonable time.
• Resolving personal information concerns
If you wish to update your personal information, you feel that your privacy has not been respected or that we have conducted ourselves inconsistently with the Privacy Laws, or for any other queries, problems or complaints in relation to this privacy policy, please contact our Privacy Officer:
The Privacy Officer
We take all complaints seriously, and will respond to your complaint within a reasonable period. You may also lodge a complaint with the Office of the Australian Information Commissioner by telephone: 1300 363 992 or email: