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WEBSITE TERMS OF USE (December 2020 Edition)

Issued by Kay Brothers Pty Ltd ABN 53 007 603 009 (KBPL)

These terms

To access this website is to agree to these terms. If you do not agree to these terms, you should leave this website immediately.

Access licence

A visitor to this website obtains a non-exclusive, personal, limited license to view and use this website for lawful and non-commercial purposes.


KBPL does not offer any assurance that this website is properly displayed, or displayed without errors, on a browser being used by a visitor.


KBPL does not offer any assurance that this website does not contain any virus or other malware that might infect a visitor’s computer or data.


Information presented on this website (such as text, pictures, graphics, audio, video) may be copyright of KBPL or third parties, even if not identified as such. Except with KBPL’s prior written consent, none of that information may be reproduced or modified.

Third party material

If this website displays any third party content (such as comments by consumers, advertisements), KBPL does not warrant the accuracy or completeness of the content, or that such content is current.

Links to other websites

If this website has any link to a third party website, a visitor to this website who operates the link does so at their own risk. KBPL does not offer any assurance the link is operable or current. A link to a third party website does not imply that KBPL is affiliated with the linked website, nor is it an endorsement about any of the owner, its goods or services, or any information appearing on the linked website.

Uploading of material

A visitor has no right to upload any data or other material to this website (except as prompted when placing a purchase order or if sending an email to KBPL via the website). Nor has a visitor any right to change any layout or content on this website, nor to link this website to any other.

If this website invites visitor comments, the visitor must not post on the website any information that violates the rights of others or that is unlawful, threatening, invasive of privacy, obscene, harassing or otherwise objectionable

Registration on this website

A visitor to this website is generally free to visit without giving any information about themselves.

Certain pages of this website may however, require a visitor to those pages to first register their pertinent details with KBPL via the website. In such cases, a visitor wanting access to those pages must duly and truthfully populate and submit those details as prompted by the applicable registration form.

A visitor required to register in order to access certain pages of the website may be issued, or choose, a password and a user name, each of which must be kept confidential. The person issued with them is responsible for all activity on or via the website that occurs under their use. Any unauthorized use of either of them must be reported promptly to KBPL. KBPL may refuse service or terminate registered accounts as it thinks fit.


Kay Brothers can host tastings at our cellar door for groups of up to 16 people. Groups larger than this size will need to make specific arrangements with our team and may attract further service fees. All groups over 8 people visiting Kay Brothers must book ahead, either online via our website, or over the phone. This also applies if your group intends to make use of our picnic area.

We require a booking fee with payment made prior to the visit. Tour operators may choose to pay this fee themselves or an individual can contact Kay Brothers to organise payment. A booking fee ensures we allocate a set time to host your group and confirms your attendance on the day. It is applicable to all guests and needs to be paid before the booking can be confirmed.

At Kay Brothers we take responsible service very seriously. The strict conditions of our Producer’s Liquor Licence oblige us to refuse service to people under the age of 18 years, those displaying signs of intoxication or unacceptable behaviour. In addition, we are not licenced to allow any alcoholic beverages brought in from outside to be consumed on the premises, including our picnic grounds.

Groups who may be intoxicated or generally unruly can and will be asked to leave as a courtesy to our staff and other guests. It is the operator’s responsibility to notify Kay Brothers in advance if they suspect any of their passengers may be intoxicated. Kay Brothers can organise booking refunds if operators choose not to continue with an intended visit due to a group’s behaviour or level of consumption.

We request that if your estimated arrival time varies from the agreed booking time that you call Cellar Door on (08) 8323 8211 to let us know as soon as possible. To avoid running into other groups’ tasting time we may choose to cancel your tasting, if you are more than 30 minutes late. Also we require at least 48 hours notice to amend booking numbers or change arrival times.

In the case of damage, vandalism or theft Kay Brothers reserves the right to apply a damage/loss penalty to responsible individuals or in the case of tour operators, the responsible operator, for any damages or loss incurred. We are open 11am – 4pm 7 days a week.

We are unable to accept group bookings arriving after 2.00pm. Vehicles licensed to provide alcohol on board will not be accepted. Any intention to mislead or provide false information can result in Kay Brothers refusing to accept bookings from you in the future.

Kay Brothers reserves the right to amend policies at any stage but will endeavour to keep operators informed of such changes. Should you need to clarify any of our terms please contact our Cellar Door on (08) 8323 8211 or info@kaybrothers.com.au.


Any content on this website (including these terms) may change without prior notice. Each time a visitor visits this website, he or she should refresh their browser so that the then current website is displayed. In any event, from time to time a visitor should revisit these terms to find any changes to these terms.


The laws in South Australia govern these terms. The Courts of that State have exclusive jurisdiction as regards any dispute in connection with these terms.