Sarsparilly (ACN 635 226 130) (‘we/us/our’) cares about your privacy and is committed to protecting your personal information in accordance with this policy and the Privacy Amendment (Enhancing Privacy Protection) Act 2012 (Cth) - which also includes the Australian Privacy Principles (APP’s).  The policy also accounts for the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation (‘GDPR’) for those of you based in the European Union.

The purpose of this privacy notice is to set out the type of information that we may collect about you and the purposes for which we will use and/or disclose your personal information and how it should be treated.

We may change this privacy notice at any time. If we make any changes, they will be published on this page and you will have immediate access to the most up to date version of this privacy notice.  We recommend that you check this page regularly.

Use of cookies

Most commercial websites, including this website, use cookies. Cookies are pieces of information that websites send to the browser and are stored in the computer hard-drive. Cookies are designed to make using the website easier by storing information about your preferences on the website. This is our legitimate reason for using the same. Cookies will not identify you personally.

The essential cookies are as follows:



How Long



2 Weeks

Used in connection with shopping cart. Track landing pages.


2 Weeks

Used in connection with checkout.


30 Years

Used in connection with customer login.






The non-essential cookies collected are listed as follows:



How Long



2 Weeks

Track landing pages.



Shopify analytics.


2 years

Shopify analytics.



Shopify analytics.



Shopify analytics relating to marketing & referrals.



Shopify analytics relating to marketing & referrals.


2 Years

Shopify analytics.


2 Years

Shopify analytics.


3 months

Facebook Tracking opted out users – Advertising related


2 years

Google Analytics to collect information about web use of the user



User identification to track user from page to page.












If you would prefer not to receive cookies, you can alter your security settings on your web browser to disable cookies or to warn you when cookies are being used. However, by disabling the ‘cookie’ function in your web browser you may impede your ability to use parts of the website.  We will only collect non-essential cookies from you if you provide your consent, which we will record.

In the event you do provide your consent, your personal information, as collected by the cookies described above may be shared with third parties, including Facebook and Google.

On occasion, third parties may send you cookies that are beyond our control.  These include social media related cookies such as Twitter, Facebook, and Vimeo, which allow users of our website to share content on those social media platforms.  We would encourage you to consider the privacy policies of these social media platforms.

What is personal information?

“Personal information” is information or an opinion relating to an individual that can be utilised to identify that person.

Your personal information

We may collect and hold personal information about you during the course of conducting our business, such as:

  • Your name;
  • Contact information, including telephone number, email address, or any address;
  • Job position or title;
  • Membership of associations, industry groups, boards or networking groups; and
  • If required, financial information.

The type of personal information we collect and hold about you will vary depending on the nature and purpose of our relationship.

If the personal information you provide to us is inaccurate, or if you choose not to provide us with certain personal information, we may not be able to contact you, give you access to information you have requested or otherwise provide you with the outcome you require from us.

How we collect personal information

Your personal information will be collected by us through the website or otherwise through our dealings with you. We will only collect personally identifiable information that you voluntarily provide. You may choose to provide us with personally identifiable information if, for example, you contact us with an enquiry, register on the website, subscribe to our articles or newsletters, fill out a survey or other form with your personal information included or request us to provide you with information or services. If you are a client, you will be required to provide us with your personal information to allow us to comply with our obligations to you.

Some examples of how we collect personal information includes:

  • Directly from the source to whom the personal information relates;
  • From referral partners, whom you have provided consent to pass the personal information on to us;
  • From organisations about their employees and contractors;
  • From organisations about their customers and suppliers;
  • Marketing purposes, from events, seminars, business associates, potential new clients and other third party sources; and
  • Contact forms and subscription forms completed by visitors to our website.

We may collect certain information from visitors who access our website, including dates and time of access, IP addresses, browser type, operating system and domain names. 

We also may collect information via analytics software that can track use of the website. This analytic information can include navigation through the website, number of visits, duration of the visit and the areas of the website commonly used. This analytic information does not identify or disclose any personal information about the visitor and is utilised to improve performance of the website.

You can opt out of the collection of this personal information.

This personal information can also assist us in preventing or detecting fraud or abuses of the website, which is a legitimate purpose. By visiting our website, you are accepting and consenting to the collection of this information.  The information we collect in this way will not personally identify you.

Use and disclosure of personal information

We use personal information collected for a number of reasons.  At all times, we only collect data that we have a legal ground for processing. You consent for us to collect, use, disclose and store your personal information for the following purposes, which are related to the purpose for which you provided the information:

  • to conduct our business;
  • to provide information or market our services that may be of interest to you;
  • to communicate with you and manage our relationship with you;
  • to facilitate our internal business operations, such as for internal marketing analysis;
  • to comply with our legal obligations; and
  • to help us manage and enhance our services.

We will disclose your personal information for the purposes for which it was collected and related purposes.  You consent that we may also disclose your personal information (subject to our professional obligations) to:

  • our other members of our organisation;
  • Government organisations;
  • any third parties who assist us in providing services or who perform functions on our behalf (such as mailing houses, specialist consultants, lawyers and barristers, logistics businesses);
  • if a client or potential client requests a referral;
  • to our external service providers, who assist us in operating our business (subject to the compliance with Australian Privacy Laws and the GDPR);
  • courts, tribunals and regulatory authorities; and
  • anyone else who you authorise us to disclose it to.

We do not rent, share or trade personal information.

The personal information that we collect from you is limited that that which we require to obtain and store to provide our services to you. Notwithstanding this, you have a right to object to us processing this personal information.  We will not continue to process any personal information unless we can demonstrate a legitimate ground that overrides your interest and rights or due to a legal claim.

Cross border disclosure

We will not transfer any personal information to recipients that are not located in Australia, unless:

  • We have the consent from the individual to whom the personal information relates; and
  • It complies with Australian Privacy Laws or GDPR, whichever is most appropriate.


It is up to you whether you submit any other personal information regarding your identity when you use our website or other services.  By providing your personal information you are deemed to have consented to the collection, use, disclosure and storage of that information as outlined in this privacy notice.

By clicking the “submit” or “send” checkboxes (accepting this privacy policy via the functionality provided on the website) and reading this privacy policy, you consent to our collecting of the personal information provided for herewith.

Right to be Forgotten

In consenting to this privacy notice, you are acknowledging that we have a professional obligation to retain your personal information for a period of seven (7) years insofar as it relates to our financial records, or whilst you remain a client or ours.

However, you may request that we refrain from contacting you using the personal information, and will pass your personal information to any party, unless legally required during this period.

Requests can be made using the contact information provided in the Privacy Policy.


We may hold your personal information in different ways, including in hard copy or electronic form. We have measures in place to ensure that any personal information we hold is secure and protected from misuse, loss, fraudulent activity and unauthorised disclosure.

All information is held in a secure, electronic or physical manner. Information storage methods include access controlled premises or via electronic databases and customer relationship management databases that require logins and passwords.

In the instances where a secure connection is utilised, so too is Secure Socket Layer (SSL) technology. SSL is industry standard and ensures data transmission integrity, preventing any unauthorised access by an unauthorised party.

We take all reasonable steps to protect all personal information that we hold from misuse or unauthorised access.

Access, Portability and accuracy of information

We endeavour to ensure that the personal information it holds about you is accurate and up-to-date.

You have a right to view and have a copy of, personal information about you that we hold at any time, unless we are permitted under the Privacy Amendment (Enhancing Privacy Protection) Act 2012 or the GDPR to refuse access. If you are able to establish that personal information we are holding about you is not accurate, complete and up-to-date, please let us know and we will take reasonable steps to correct it so that it is accurate, complete and up-to-date.

You also have a right to the portability of the information that we retain.  This means that you can request from us a copy of your information in a structured, commonly used and machine-readable format, transferred to you or another party.

If you wish to exercise your right of access and correction, please contact us using the details provided below. We may charge you a reasonable fee for processing your request to access your information. Identification will also be required to access personal information.

At any time, you may opt out of receiving any communications from us.

Grievance procedure

If you wish to make a complaint about the way we have managed your Personal Information you may make that complaint verbally or in writing by setting out the details of your complaint to any of the following:

Our Privacy Officer: 
Att: The Privacy Officer


177 Newcastle Rd 

Wallsend NSW 2287



Alternatively, complaints may also be referred to a number of services as set out below:

Australian Information Commissioner
The Australian Information Commissioner receives complaints under the Act. Complaints can be made:
By phone: on 1300 363 992
By fax: on +61 2 9284 9666
In writing:
Address your letter to the Australian Information Commissioner at the:
Office of the Australian Information Commissioner
GPO Box 5218
Sydney NSW 2001


Office of the Australian Information Commissioner
GPO Box 2999
Canberra  ACT  2601 NSW 2001

Alternatively, if you are based in the European Union, then you may lodge a complaint with your local National Data Protection Authority (‘NDPA’).  Your local NDPA can be found using the European Commission website at:

How we will deal with your complaint

The complaint will be investigated by us in accordance with our internal procedures and processes.

The complainant may be invited to participate in a conference by the staff member conducting the investigation. At the discretion of the Privacy Officer other interested parties may also be invited to participate in the conference to discuss the nature of the complaint and attempt to resolve it. This may include the presence or participation of a support person or advocate for the complainant.

The complainant will be provided with a response to their complaint within a reasonable timeframe after completion of any investigation. This response will be in writing and will include the outcome of the investigation, any proposed action.

How to contact us

If you wish to contact us about your personal information, to obtain further information about privacy or to lodge a complaint, you should contact our Privacy Officer at the following email address:    

For further information, please visit the Federal Privacy Commissioner’s website at, or the European Commission’s website at