Start new, upgrade now

You get to decide how your home functions

Buying your new home is a new beginning, it is the foundation to your future and a chance to design your living environment the way you want

New homes are more energy efficient

Overall new homes are much more energy efficient that older homes, thanks to better designs, improved insulation, tighter building regulations and a greater commitment to environmentally sustainable living. As well as being better for the planet, lower utility bills are better for your hip pocket.

It’s your dream home not someone else’s

Building new gives you the chance to do what YOU want, from floorplans and fittings, to paint, tiles and flooring – all how you dreamt it should be.

Avoid renovation expenses

Everything built into a new home is brand new, so you don’t have to worry about hidden plumbing problems or outdated wiring – and it is a lot more convenient and usually a lot less stressful than renovating an existing building


Your new home is covered by a host of warranties – from the included appliances and fittings to the construction itself, check with your selected builder for full details.

With you all the way home

Building your first home is exciting. AvidConnect help take the worry out of this exciting move. Our two-way communication platform can help you with choosing the right block through to contracts, settlement, building and even moving in and meeting your neighbours.

All-time low interest rates

Bank interest rates are at record lows, which is great news for homebuyers. In fact, for many people, monthly mortgage payments may even cheaper than rent.

Better lending

Financial regulators have made it easier for banks to lend money – scrapping the old criteria requiring proof that you could afford a 7% loan and replacing it with a requirement to simply show you can afford a 2.5% rise in your current agreed interest rate.

Stamp Duty
on land only

Unlike buying an established home – where the value of the home and land are factored in – the stamp duty you pay when buying new is applied only to the land, as there is no house yet, and this can potentially save you thousands of dollars.

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Ask us about our House & Land options and discover Hillstowe!

Take 3 with AVID Partnership Report

Take 3 with AVID: a year in review

AVID’s partnership with Take 3 in 2018/2019 highlighted the much broader environmental problem we all face as a global society and has enabled the company – including its stakeholders and residents – to be more educated on how to make simple changes each day to make a difference.

Held in and around AVID’s residential communities, from the Sunshine Coast through to regional Victoria, the Take 3…with AVID series of events helped to reach and inspire more than two million Australians.

The series of events included a local school engagement project, an exclusive private film screening at a local cinema and a community clean-up day, which saw more than 350kg of waste cleared in just 12 months.

“The entire Take 3 team and I are thrilled to be partnered with a company that is committed to sustainability and spreading the message of reducing plastic pollution in our communities.”

Tim Silverwood, Take 3 CEO and Co-founder

View Take 3 events wrap-up video

AVID remains committed to sustainability throughout its residential communities along the eastern seaboard of Australia, and further afield, generating awareness of the Take 3 philosophy through regular communication and ongoing activities with residents.

“We have been overwhelmed by the positive response – and results – from each local event across the country and really encourage everyone to get on board and do whatever they can to help support this fantastic initiative, to take three for the sea.”

Cameron Holt, AVID Chief Executive Officer

Take 3 powered by AVID Property Group video

Residential Developments

AVID Property Group’s residential and Apartment communities are designed to be sustainable, accessible and affordable, with a mix of land, house and land and completed homes that fit the needs of Australian families.

New South Wales

harvest aerial


East Maitland, NSW

Now Selling

waterford park

Waterford Living

Chisholm, NSW

Now Selling

The Rathbone

Surry Hills, NSW

Now Selling

avid flinders st

The Rathbone Community

Surry Hills, NSW


sienna gardens

Sienna Gardens

Claremont Meadows, NSW


kooindah waters

Kooindah Waters

Wyong, NSW


georges fair

Georges Fair

Moorebank, NSW




Elderslie, NSW


View NSW Projects




Bellbird Park, QLD

Now Selling

brentwood forest

Brentwood Forest

Bellbird Park, QLD

Now Selling



Sunshine Coast, QLD

Now Selling

View Queensland Projects




Officer, VIC

Now Selling



Cranbourne West, VIC




Diggers Rest, VIC

Now Selling



Wyndham Vale, VIC

Now Selling

View Victoria Projects

Industrial Developments

AVID Property Group’s Industrial communities focus on delivering developments that meet both the business and lifestyle needs of our primary users, who we partner with to provide flexible, end to end space solutions.

New South Wales

Iron Bark - NSW

Iron Bark Industrial

Smeaton Grange, NSW



Swanbank Industrial

Ipswich, QLD

Now Selling

New Base Business Park

Brendale, QLD

Now Selling


Evans Park

Cranbourne West, VIC


Link360 Industrial Park

Truganina, VIC


Paramount Industrial Estate – Deer Park, VIC

Paramount Industrial

Deer Park, VIC


Take 3 for the Sea with The Rathbone

Take 3 pieces of rubbish when you leave the beach, waterway or…anywhere!

Support the #Take3fortheSea Movement

AVID celebrates #Take3withAVID in Sydney

In celebration of AVID’s final events with Take 3, more than 200 Sydney locals turned out to #Take3fortheSea with AVID and Tim Silverwood on Friday 24 and Saturday 25 May, 2019.

Events included an educational day at Crown Street Public School with more than 240 students, an exclusive film screening of 2040 and Q&A panel with director Damon Gameau; Young Conservationist of the Year 2018, Sophia Skarparis; and Adriana Verges, UNSW Associate Professor and marine ecologist.

Saturday saw the community, including Alex Greenwich MP and City of Sydney Councillor Jess Miller, come together for clean-up at Rushcutters Bay Park, where participants collected a staggering 80kg of waste – more than 5,000 pieces of rubbish – from around the park!

Take 3 for the Sea – Crown Street Public School, Surry Hills

Take 3 for the Sea – 2040 Film event at Palace Cinema Verona

Take 3 for the Sea – Clean-up event at Rushcutters Bay Park

Take 3 for the Sea – events wrap-up

Thank You

Thank You for Your Interest in New Base

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We will be in contact to answer any questions or discuss points of interest.

New Base Business Park

Hugh Adnam – CBRE Industrial & Logistics 0439 977 335
Dillon Murphy – CBRE Industrial & Logistics 0418 959 776

New Base business park is the premier industrial business park in Brendale on Brisbane’s north. Sitting on 85ha, the site hosts approximately 107 lots ranging from 2,400m² to 5ha for general industry.

It is situated 18km from the Brisbane CBD, less than 700m from Strathpine Railway Station and 1km from the Westfield Strathpine Shopping Centre. It offers extremely good access to all major transport links, and is close to schools and a host of other amenities.

New Base has the benefit of existing land which is serviced and benched, along with future stages which can be configured to suit the actual size requirements of users. The ability to reconfigure lot boundaries ensures occupants can design their ideal facility and maximize efficiency.

The Largest, Affordable, Well Connected, General Industry Zoned Business Park on Brisbane’s North

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New Base Business Park is an 85 hectare masterplanned industrial estate Corner French Ave & Leitchs Rd, Brendale, Qld 4500

New Base Industrial Land is now selling from $320 per sqm*

Tailored Warehouse Solutions to buy or lease

Located in the fast-growing Northern Brisbane Industrial corridor, the New Base Business Park offers 24/7 operation with approved B-Double routes on site.

The accessibility and nature of the location is ideal for businesses to enter key trading and industry locations while avoiding congestion. The on-site location itself can be tailored to create spaces that work with the unique needs of your business.



Benched, levelled & fully serviced

2,400m2 – 5HA



1,000 to 30,000 sqm


New Base Industrial Land is now selling from $320 per sqm*
New Release: Stage 7b, consisting of 7 lots

Built for Businesses, By Businesses

We know what’s important to you when it comes to finding an industrial area for your business.

Location & Access

Within 20km of key industry and trading locations including the Brisbane CBD and the Port of Brisbane, the New Base Business Park precinct makes it easy for your organisation to gather, distribute and store your goods.

Flexible Land Options

New Base has the benefit of existing land which is serviced and benched, along with future stages which can be reconfigured to suit the actual size requirements of users. The ability to reconfigure lot boundaries ensures occupants can design their ideal facility and maximise efficiency.

Purpose Built Facilities

Our solutions range from 1,000m2 to 20,000m2 on a turnkey or prelease basis. Our key partnerships with market leading property companies mean that we can deliver outstanding business solutions to our occupiers.

Existing Operators

“We have found Brendale really great for access, much better than our previous location in Zillmere which was constantly congested. We have no change in our cartage rate at all with our imported product and cartage from the Port of Brisbane.”

Managing Director – Jetmaster

“Significant efficiencies have been delivered through the purpose-built site, including limited interruption from weather, better ability to layout products, better storage and more access to space.”

Managing Director – Ewing Industries

Make the Smart Move

Discover more opportunities to grow your organisation with easy access to key trading locations within the Brisbane area.

Never a More Perfect
Location for Industry
and Trading

  • Access north and south along Gateway Motorway and Bruce Highway
  • Alternative delivery options to the CBD
  • TradeCoast, Airport and Port of Brisbane
  • Over $1 billion being invested in local road infrastructure
  • One of the fastest growing Council Regions in Australia
  • Established business hub
  • 800m to Strathpine Railway Station

to Brisbane CBD

18 KM
to Port of Brisbane

18 KM
to Brisbane Airport

6 KM
to Gateway Motorway

3 KM
to Bruce Highway

Explore our Interactive Brochure

There’s even more to see. Download our Interactive Brochure and discover:

  • The current price list and opportunities
  • The Estate Master Plan
  • Design and construction opportunities
  • Detailed access points for industry and trading

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AVID Community and Initiatives

AVID’s core purpose is to create places where people live, work and spend their leisure time. However, we know that ‘place making’ is much more than physical infrastructure alone. Our focus is on creating connected communities, places where people have a sense of belonging, true neighbourhoods.

We foster community through the creation of local events and activities hosted in our parks, by contributing ideas and resources to community clubs and schools, and by energetically contributing to conversation via social media, meetings and workshops. We also give back to the communities in which we live and work by focusing sponsorship contributions on local needs.

Build it for the Kids kicks off at Harmony

We are very excited to announce that Harmony and AVID Property Group have partnered with the Daniel Morcombe Foundation and Murphy Homes to help raise vital funds for the Foundation’s child safety education and counselling services for the local Sunshine Coast community.

» Read more

AVID Community Sponsorship and Grants Program

We are contributing to community not just with a static sponsorship approach but with meaningful infrastructure investment and participation in community development, environmental and sustainability initiatives.

As part of our commitment to building connected communities, AVID is proud to support several local charities, organisations and sporting groups at each project.

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Take 3 for the Sea

Sustainability is a key brand pillar of AVID Property Group. A key initiative to support environmental sustainability is the collaboration with co-founder Tim Silverwood in supporting the Take 3 for the sea movement. Take 3 is committed to reducing plastic pollution through education and public participation. AVID hosts Take 3 events across Australia’s eastern seaboard and involves the local communities with clean-up events and education programs.

» Read more

Sunshine Coast Lightning

AVID Property Group (AVID) and its Harmony community in Palmview is excited to announce its continued partnership with the two-time premiership winning Sunshine Coast Lightning for 2019.

Athletes from the premiership-winning netball team will join Lightning CEO Danielle Smith, AVID General Manager Queensland Bruce Harper and AVID Development Manager Queensland Anthony Demiris on Friday 12 April at Harmony to officially launch the continued partnership.

» Read more

Local Cricket Clubs

Thanks to yearly sponsorships from AVID Property Group’s (AVID) masterplanned community, Bloomdale, the Club has grown significantly in recent seasons and, following the appointment of former Sri Lankan all-rounder Rasika Batepola to coach last year, is on track for success.

Diggers Rest Bulla Village Cricket Club President Rhys Berry said AVID Bloomdale’s endorsement of $10,000 this season will enable the Club to expand its facilities and encourage members of the local community to get involved in cricket.

» Read more

Long Table Dinner

AVID Property Group (AVID) believes that food and community go hand-in-hand. That’s why the developer of Palmview’s largest masterplanned community, Harmony, has created its now-famous Long Table Dinner series – an event held exclusively for new residents in a bid to celebrate and bring together the growing Harmony community. On Saturday, March 16, Harmony hosted its third Long Table Dinner – the first for 2019 – and the team was thrilled to welcome more than 250 new residents to the event and the Harmony community.

» View Video

Celebrating Easter

Waterford hosted its annual Easter egg hunt event on 14 April. 2500 chocolate eggs were collected in less than 3 minutes by Waterford residents!

» View Video

Tucker Family Park

Creating a connected community is our focus. State of the art local parks and playgrounds are an important part of the Brentwood Forest community plan, with current parks and plans for the future parks focused on delivering first class active and open spaces that provide meeting places and deliver engaging play and learning spaces from toddlers to teenagers.

The park and forest trails are the jewels in the Brentwood Forest crown, forming an inspiring backdrop to a naturally connected life. The 42 hectares of natural open space are linked by a collection of meandering walking paths all there to help you get fit or just take a relaxing stroll.

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Brentwood Forest Dog Park

Brentwood Forest’s two fully-fenced, off-leash dog parks is the heart of the canine community, where our furry friends catch up on all the doggy news, while running, jumping, playing and scouting freely, happily and energetically. Of course, there are also plenty of trees providing shade as well as water and space for on-site puppy school.

» Read more about Brentwood Forest Parks

Thornton school band sponsorhip

Thornton Public School’s music program has more than doubled its participation levels in the past three years thanks to a $15,000 sponsorship by AVID Property Group’s Harvest development at Chisholm.

AVID’s Harvest has sponsored the school’s music program since 2015, helping reduce tuition costs and peaking the children’s interest in music.
The developer’s investment is helping build the next generation of musical masterminds with Thornton Public School who named their rock band – The Harvest Rock Ensemble.

» Read more

“When communities come together with a sense of fun, a focus on wellness and pride of place, that’s when we all truly thrive.” Olivia Power, Community Development Officer NSW

Take 3 for the Sea with Bloomdale

Take 3 pieces of rubbish when you leave the beach, waterway or…anywhere!

Support the #take3forthesea movement

#Take3fortheSea visits Bloomdale

AVID’s Bloomdale community kicked off its weekend of events on Friday 15 March at Diggers Rest Primary School, where Take 3 CEO and co-founder Tim Silverwood presented to more than 60 grade 5 and 6 students on the issue of plastic pollution. That evening, the team were joined by a host of locals for an exclusive private screening of Blue the Film at Reading Cinemas Sunbury.

Saturday 16 March saw more than 60 people join the #Take3fortheSea movement at Bloomdale Oval and collect a staggering 75kg of waste in just one hour. Guests included Melton Deputy Mayor Cr Lara Carli, Cr Michelle Mendes and representatives from both the Diggers Rest Burras Football Club and the Diggers Rest Cricket Club.

Take 3 for the Sea with Diggers Rest Primary School

Take 3 for the Sea – Blue the film

Take 3 for the Sea – Clean up event at Bloomdale Oval

Take 3 for the Sea – all events

Community Sponsorship and Grants Program Terms and Conditions

Schedule to Terms and Conditions

How to Participate

You must complete AVID’s Community Sponsorship and Grants Program Application form on line and successfully submit the Application with adequate supporting material

Who can participate

Refer to the AVID’s Community Sponsorship and Grants Program Application Guidelines on our website

The Applicant agrees to the following conditions of the Grant:

1. In consideration of receiving the Grant you must perform the Project in accordance with these Terms and Conditions and as set out in the notification of approval letter, unless otherwise agreed in writing by AVID.

2. The Grant Amount must not be used for any purpose other than that for what the Grant was approved, as per the Project Description.

3. The Grant Amount will be paid in full following receipt of the following (unless or as specified separately agreed in the Special Conditions):

a. Signed Terms and Conditions of Funding form;

b. Completed New Supplier Information form;

c. Copies of current relevant insurances, as indicated in the New Supplier Information form; and

d. A tax invoice for the Grant amount addressed to AVID Property Group,
Level 35 259 George Street Sydney NSW 2000

4. Where the actual total Project costs are more than the proposed Project costs, AVID will not be responsible nor obliged to pay any monies in addition to the Grant Amount.

5. Where the actual total Project costs are less than the proposed Project costs, you must notify AVID immediately. If applicable, a refund of unused Grant Amount may be requested by AVID at the time of fully acquitting the Grant.

6. If you use the Grant Amount for a purpose different to the Approved Purpose without the prior written consent of AVID, or fail to expend the Grant monies at all, or fail to acquit the Grant within the agreed time frame then:

a. AVID is not required to make any further payment to you and, in respect of any payments that have been made, you are required to repay that part of the Grant Amount to AVID otherwise AVID may initiate proceedings to recover the monies so paid, as a liquidated debt; and

b. You will be prohibited from receiving any further Grants or other funding from AVID.

7. You must obtain all appropriate permits, approvals, insurance required to legally conduct the Project.

8. You must complete the online acquittal report by the due date. This report should include a financial summary and an outline of what was achieved through AVID's funding support in sufficient detail to establish how the Grant Amount was used, together with such other detail as AVID may reasonably require. It is a requirement that you demonstrate how AVID is acknowledged for funding the Grant Amount.

9. You will acknowledge AVID's contribution to the Project in the following ways:

a. Logo appearance in promotional materials:

• AVID's corporate logo and/or Project specific logo must appear prominently in all promotional and publicity activity, material and publications relating to the Project including the text, 'Proudly supported by AVID Property Group'.

• AVID will provide you with electronic logo files for this purpose. AVID will also supply Acknowledgement Guidelines with details of use.

• You must comply with the Acknowledgment Guidelines and submit the final artwork to AVID for approval prior to production, to ensure logo appearances are correct.

b. Written Project Descriptions: AVID's acknowledgement line: 'Proudly supported by AVID Property Group' must appear as part of any written Project Description appearing in communication channels such as:

• other digital applications

• annual reports

• media statements

• correspondence to supporters, members, Applicants, etc.

• promotion videos

• events (including speeches/MC notes)

• newsletters

c. Display banners

AVID's display banners must be displayed whenever possible at Project-related events such as launches, openings, stage areas, media events etc. AVID has a limited number of display banners available for loan for this purpose.

You are responsible for contacting AVID to make advance bookings for appropriate items. You are also responsible for pick-up and return of loan items and for taking reasonable care of the items while on loan. Evidence (including samples or photographic images) that these conditions of acknowledgement have been met during the course of your funded Project must be forwarded to AVID as part of its acquittal documentation

10. You will keep and maintain such records and accounts (including all receipts and invoices) in accordance with accounting principles generally applied in commercial practice and as required by law, and as necessary to provide a complete, detailed record and explanation of:

a. expenditure of the Grant Amount for the Approved Purpose;

b. other expenditure on the Project (including any in-kind contributions); and implementation and progress of the Project.

11. You acknowledge that AVID may use photographs, brochures, posters and any marketing material that demonstrate what has been achieved through AVID's Grant.

12. If you obtain personal information as defined by the Information Privacy Act 2009 ("The Act"), you will not use that Personal Information in any manner that is contrary to the Act and you will immediately notify AVID if you become aware of a Privacy breach or possible breach.

13. Any dispute arising out of the Grant and these Terms and Conditions will be dealt with initially by direct negotiation between the parties. If the dispute is not resolved within 10 business days, the parties will submit the dispute to mediation or some other form of dispute resolution procedure, the decision of which will be binding on the parties.

14. By accepting any payment (whether in whole or in part) of the Grant Amount from AVID, you will be deemed you have accepted the Special Conditions.

Terms and Conditions Section 1 – General

1. The Application Guidelines and Application form part of these terms and conditions.

2. By participating in the Grants Program, Applicants accept and agree to be bound by these terms and conditions. For the avoidance of doubt, these terms and conditions include the Schedule above.

3. Successful applicants of AVID's Community Sponsorship and Grants Program must comply with these Terms and Conditions to receive the benefit of the Grant or sponsorship

4. Where there is an inconsistency between the Schedule and Sections 1 to 6 of these terms and conditions the Schedule will prevail.

5. Any dispute in relation to the eligibility to participate in the Program or receive the Grant Amount will be determined by the AVID in its absolute discretion. AVID’s decision will be final and binding on the Applicant.

6. In these terms and conditions, and in any marketing materials or communications in relation to the Community Sponsorship and Grants Program, "AVID" means the relevant AVID Property Group Holdings (ABN 87 098 527 390) and its related entities.

7. AVID reserves the right to vary the Terms and Conditions as they apply to each Project.

8. Always refer to the signed Terms and Conditions provided when your Project was approved for the Terms and Conditions that apply to your Project

Terms and Conditions Section 2 – Who can participate

9. Directors and employees (and their immediate families) of the AVID or its related companies or agencies are not eligible to participate. Immediate families means spouse, ex-spouse, de facto partner, ex-de facto partner, child, step-child, parent, step-parent, legal guardian, sibling or step-sibling.

10. The Applicant must satisfy the Eligibility criteria in the Application Guidelines.

Terms and Conditions Section 3 – How to participate

11. To participate in the Grants Program, each Applicant must comply with the ‘How to Participate’ section of the Schedule.

12. AVID reserves the right, at any time, to request verification of the age, identity, residential address or any other information relevant to participation in the Grants Program of all Applicants. AVID reserves the right to disqualify any Applicant who provides false information or fails to provide information that is reasonably requested by the AVID.

13. AVID reserves the right, in its sole discretion, to reject any Applicant who has:

a. provided incomplete, indecipherable, incorrect and/or offensive material as part of their participation in the Grants Program,

b. breached any of these terms and conditions; and/or

c. contravened any applicable laws or regulations or otherwise engaged in unlawful or improper conduct.

14. The eligibility of Applicants to receive a Grant is solely within the discretion of the AVID.

15. AVID accepts no responsibility for late, lost or misdirected communications.

16. If participation in the Grants Program is online, by telephone or SMS, AVID assumes no responsibility for any failure to receive any information or for inaccurate information or for any loss, damage or injury as a result of technical or telecommunications problems, including security breaches. If such problems arise, then AVID may modify, cancel, terminate or suspend the Grants Program.

17. If participation in the Grants Program requires access to Facebook, Applicants acknowledge and agree that use of Facebook is subject to Facebook’s terms and conditions. AVID is not responsible or liable for any loss, damage or injury suffered by any Applicant as a result of the conduct of Facebook, including any decision by Facebook to remove or not remove any content, except for liability which cannot be excluded by law. The opinions and images uploaded on Facebook as part of this Grants Program are not necessarily endorsed or supported by AVID and AVID does not confirm, guarantee or warrant their accuracy.

18. If participation in the Grants Program requires access to Instagram, the Applicants acknowledge and agree that use of Instagram is subject to Instagram’s terms and conditions. AVID is not responsible or liable for any loss, damage or injury suffered by any Applicant as a result of the conduct of Instagram, including any decision by Instagram to remove or not remove any content, except for liability which cannot be excluded by law.

The opinions and images uploaded on Instagram as part of this Grants Program are not necessarily endorsed or supported by AVID and AVID does not confirm, guarantee or warrant their accuracy.

Terms and Conditions Section 4 – Grant Amount

19. Each Grant Amount is not transferrable or exchangeable.

20. All taxes (excluding GST, if any) which may be payable as a consequence of receiving an Grant Amount are the sole responsibility of the Applicant.

21. The Applicant’s use of the Grant Amount is entirely at their own risk. Before the Grant Amount is provided, the Applicant may be required to sign an agreement to release AVID from and indemnifying the AVID against any liability arising from or in connection with the Grant.

22. Any taxes, duties, levies or similar charges payable in relation to the receipt of the Grant Amount are assigned to and are the responsibility of the Applicant.

Terms and Conditions Section 5 – Receiving the Grant Amount

23. The eligibility of Applicants to receive the Grant Amount is solely within the discretion of the AVID.

24. AVID reserves the right to request each Applicant to provide proof of their identity and/or proof that they were responsible for participating in the Grants Program.

25. Each Applicant agrees to participate and cooperate, as required, in all publicity activities relating to the Grants Program, including, without limitation, being interviewed, photographed, filmed and recorded. Each Applicant authorises the AVID to use such content for advertising and publicity purposes in any media in perpetuity worldwide.

26. It is the responsibility of each Applicant to notify the AVID of any change to their contact details.

27. AVID reserves the right to vary the terms of, or cancel, the Grants Program at any time without liability to any Applicant or other person, subject to applicable laws. These changes may include varying or withdrawing the Grants Program.

28. All information provided is subject to change without notice. Applicants should make their own enquiries and satisfy themselves as to whether the information provided is current and correct and if appropriate, seek appropriate advice before submitting the Application.

Terms and Conditions Section 6 –Limit on Liability

29. By making the Application, the Applicant is indicating his or her agreement to be bound by these terms and conditions.

30. In consideration for AVID entering into this contract with the Applicant and offering an the Grant Amount in accordance with the Grants Program terms and conditions the Applicant agrees to release and indemnify the AVID and each of its officers, employees and agents in respect of all claims, liabilities, losses and causes of action whatsoever arising directly or indirectly out of or in connection with the Grant and any purchase made pursuant to it.

31. AVID gives no warranty and makes no representation as to the accuracy or sufficiency of any description, illustration, photograph or statement contained in any advertisement relating to the Grants Program, or any information or statements made or given by its employees, agents or contractors concerning the Grants Program, and, except for any liability which cannot be excluded by law, will not be liable for any loss or damage suffered or incurred by any party who relies upon the information in any such Grants Program, advertisement, publication or statement

Terms and Conditions Section 6 – Privacy

32. AVID will collect and use each Applicant’s personal information for the purposes of:

a. conducting the Grants Program (which may include disclosure to third parties for the purpose of processing and conducting the Grants Program) and for Grants Program purposes, public statements and advertisements in relation to the Grants Program;

b. providing information to the Applicant about the products and services offered by the AVID and its related companies; and

c. research to improve its products and services.

33. By participating in the Grants Program, Applicants consent to the use of their personal information as described in clause.

34. Any personal data relating to the Applicant will be used solely in accordance with current Australian data protection and privacy legislation, and in accordance with the AVID Privacy Policy.

35. Applicants may access, change, opt out and/or update their personal information in accordance with the AVID’s privacy policy.