Staying at Police Association Holiday Homes

  1. A member in whose name a holiday home is booked, or their spouse/partner, must occupy the home for the entirety of the booking period. Evidence that this requirement has been breached will cause a member to be precluded from entering any ballot or making a booking for six months from the date of the commencement of their stay
  2. A member in whose name a holiday home is booked holds full responsibility for all aspects of that booking, including fulfillment of payment terms and behaviour of guests during their holiday home stay
  3. Bookings may not be transferred to or exchanged with another member
  4. Pets are not permitted at any Police Association properties with an exception for accredited assistance animal under the Disability Act 1992 (Cth).
  5. Smoking inside at Police Association properties is strictly prohibited
  6. Onsite parking is available for holiday home guests only
  7. Temporary structures such as tents and caravans are not permitted for use on the grounds of Police Association properties
  8. Members are to abide by the check-in and check-out times stipulated for each property. Failure to do so may preclude a member from entering a ballot or making a booking for six months from the date of the commencement of their stay
  9. At the end of each stay, keys are to be returned as instructed for each property. Keys lost by members will incur a charge for replacement
  10. Members are asked to be mindful of neighbours and to keep noise to a minimum. Excessive noise should be avoided between the hours of 10 pm and 7 am
  11. Visitors to Police Association holiday homes are requested to avoid placing sandy clothes in washing machines or dryers
  12. Children under the age of 6 years are recommended not to sleep or play on the top bunk of any bed in Police Association properties. The Police Association does not accept any responsibility for personal injury caused by failure to adhere to this policy
  13. Properties are to be left in a neat and tidy condition upon departure, with furniture in the same position as it was upon arrival.
  14. It is the responsibility of the resident member to ensure that rubbish is placed in appropriate bins. Bins are to be put out for collection as per property documentation
  15. Members are requested to notify the Police Association of any damage to the property or breakages that occurred during their stay. Notification should be sent to as soon as possible after it occurs
  16. The Police Association is not liable for any theft of personal items or damage to personal items incurred while staying in a holiday home. It is recommended that members check with their personal insurance provider to determine coverage for the loss, theft or damage of personal belongings while staying at a holiday home