Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

Landmark Concepts ABN 30 848 150 285 ("Landmark Concepts", "we","us", and "our") is committed to protecting your privacy and developing technology that gives you a safe online experience when using our website located at


1. About this Privacy Policy

1.1 This Privacy Policy applies to personal information we collect when you use the Website and by other means in the course of conducting our business. Please take a moment to read this Privacy Policy, as it explains how we manage personal information, including our obligations and your rights in respect of our dealings with your personal information.

1.2 We comply with applicable privacy laws in relation to the personal information that we collect in the course of running our business. Where applicable privacy laws provide for exceptions or exemptions, we may rely on those exceptions or exemptions in our information handling practices.

1.3 In this policy:

(a) "Privacy Act" means the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth);

(b) "APPs" means the Australian Privacy Principles set out in the Privacy Act;

(c) "personal information" has the meaning set out in the Privacy Act, and (in summary) means information or an opinion about an identified individual or an individual who is reasonably identifiable, whether true or otherwise; and

(d) "sensitive information" has the meaning set out in the Privacy Act, and includes certain specific types of personal information such as health information, and information about a person's racial or ethnic origin, sexual orientation, religious beliefs or affiliations and criminal records.

1.4 We reserve the right to change the terms of this Privacy Policy from time to time. An up-to-date copy of our Privacy Policy will be published on the Website. You accept that by doing this, you have been provided with sufficient notice of the variation.

1.5 The Website may link to other sites operated by third parties, which will not be covered by our Privacy Policy. You should check the privacy policy of each third-party website before providing information to it.

How and why we collect information

2. Information you give us

2.1 We receive and store any information you enter on our Website or give us in any other way, such as when you communicate with us by phone, e-mail or otherwise. As a result of those actions you might supply us with such personal information as your name, address, post code, date of birth, gender, email address, telephone number, and so on. We use this information for purposes such as responding to your requests and enquiries.

2.2 If you place an order with us, we may collect additional kinds of personal information from you, including billing information such as bank account or credit card details. We use this information in order to process payment and fulfil your order.

2.3 Where you do not provide us with the personal information we request from you, we may not be able to respond to your enquiries, fulfil your orders, or process any credit applications you make.

3. Information we collect automatically

3.1 We receive and store certain types of information whenever you interact with our Website. For example, like many websites, we use cookies, and in the future we may also use web bugs. This technology allows us to obtain certain types of information when your web browser accesses the Website. Third parties might also do this on our Website. Examples of information we collect and analyse using technology which is not readily apparent include: the date and time of your visit; the Internet Protocol (IP) address used to connect your computer to the internet; computer and connection information such as browser type and version, operating system and platform; the full Uniform Resource Locators (URL), click stream to, through and from the Website, including date and time; cookie number; and pages viewed or searched for on our Website. We use this information to improve our Website and offer certain functionality to you.

3.2 Cookies are small text file that we transfer to your computer’s hard drive or device's internal memory through your web browser when you are viewing the Website. These cookies allow the Website to act on information that will make your use of the Website more rewarding. We use cookies to enable our system to recognise your browser and to provide features such as easier login and greater security and for storing information about you between visits. While cookies help our Website to identify a computer or device that has visited our Website before, they do not contain personal information about a specific individual. The ‘help’ files on most browsers will tell you how to prevent your browser from accepting new cookies, how to have the browser notify you when you receive a new cookie, or how to disable cookies altogether. However, if you turn cookies off you won’t have access to some of the features that make our Website more efficient and some functionality may not function properly.

3.3 Web bugs are minute images (commonly 1 pixel x 1 pixel) that transmit data on the use of the internet back to a computer specified by the web bug. Information fed back by web bugs is often similar to the sort of information you will find in a cookie, such as the sites that you have recently visited and potentially the characteristics of the machine that you were using. Reconfiguring the browser’s cookie settings as described above, may prevent web bugs from tracking your activity on this website. There are web sites available that will tell you more about web bugs.

4. How do we use your personal information?

4.1 We collect, use and disclose your personal information so that we can do business together and for purposes connected with our business operations. As a general rule, we only use personal information for purposes that would be considered relevant and reasonable depending on the circumstances in which we collected it. Examples of these purposes are described it this Privacy Policy.

4.2 We may use or disclose your personal information:

(a) for the purposes for which we collected it, as set out in this Privacy Policy or otherwise explained to you;

(b) for related purposes that you would reasonably expect us to use it;

(c) for other purposes to which you have consented;

(d) to comply with our legal and regulatory obligations; and

(e) as otherwise authorised or required by law.

5. Do we share the information received?

5.1 We will not sell, rent or lease user lists to third parties. However, we may disclose personal information:

(a) to our suppliers, contractors and organisations that provide us with technical and support services;

(b) to our related entities, who may use and disclose the information in the same manner we can;

(c) to our accountants, insurers, lawyers, auditors and other professional advisers; and

We generally require that third parties protect the personal information we disclose to the same extent that we do in accordance with our Privacy Policy.

5.2 If you give us your fax, phone or e-mail details, you authorise us or our associates to contact you using that method. If you decide that you no longer wish us to communicate with you, or the details we hold on you change, please tell us to enable us to update our records.

6. How secure is information about me?

6.1 We hold personal information in electronic files stored in cloud storage servers located in Australia. We also store personal information in physical files securely on site.

6.2 The security of all personal data is of the utmost concern to us. We take technical, contractual, administrative and physical steps to protect all of the user information that we hold. Despite this, no system is guaranteed to be 100% secure.

6.3 It is important for you to protect against unauthorised access to your password and to your computer. Be sure to log out when using a shared computer (such as in an internet café or library) and take steps to make sure your personal information has not been stored by that computer or a network connected to it. Ultimately, it is your responsibility to maintain the secrecy of your username and passwords and any account information.

6.4 We will destroy or de-identify personal information we hold once it is no longer needed for a valid purpose or required to be kept by law.