Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy

The Campbelltown and Airds Historical Society Inc (CAHS) values the privacy of our members and website visitors. We will only record your details, as per our requirements for membership or website visitors.

Your details will never be shared or disclosed to anyone else without your consent, and will only be used for the purpose for which you have provided them. Information would only be shared with a third party if you consent to disclosure or we are compelled and authorised to do so by law. If you do provide information to us, it is stored in such a way so your personally identifiable information is protected from loss or misuse. Only authorised members of committee are allowed access to this information and it is treated as confidential.

When you visit our site, we do log information about your visit so we can administer and improve the site. Information collected includes; server address, date and time of visit, how you reached to the site (e.g. Google), pages you visited and services you used during your visit. This information is anonymous and does not identify you as an individual. No attempt will be made to identify you from this information.

Our website does provide links to third party websites outside of our control. We do not accept any responsibility for their activities, and we advise you to examine the terms and conditions of using their websites before use and disclosing any information to them.

From time to time, the Campbelltown and Airds Historical Society may review and update its privacy policy and approach. If this happens, then revised versions of the privacy policy will be made available on the website.

Our approach to privacy adheres to the Australian Government’s National Privacy Principles. You can obtain more information on Australia’s approach to privacy from the Australian Privacy Commissioner’s website. If you have any questions about our policy, or would like to access information we may hold about you, then please email us at The CAHS welcomes feedback on how to improve our services, and would appreciate your comments.

17 November 20191