GAA Magazine is bound by the Privacy Act of 1998, which includes the Privacy Amendment Act 2000, which manage the collection, handling, use and disclosure of personal information.


GAA Magazine recognises that privacy is important and recognises that receiving your personal information involves your trust. GAA Magazine takes this issue and its obligations to the Privacy Act very seriously. Under the Privacy Act GAA Magazine must conform to the Australian Privacy Principles (APPs) contained in the Act.


 GAA Magazine will only use personal information for the purposes for in which it is given or that directly relate to its functions, events and activities. It does not provide personal information to any third parties, unless one of the following applies:

  • The individual has given his or her consent
  • It is required and authorised by the law.
  •  It will prevent or lessen a serious or potential threat to another individual(s) life or health
  • It is necessary for the enforcement of civil or criminal law or any law of that manner that seeks to impose a penalty, for the protection of public revenue.


Any complaint should be written out in as much detail as possible and include all factors relating to this complaint, including why the individual(s) feel GAA Magazine is in breached of the APPs.

Upon receiving a written complaint,  GAA Magazine will acknowledge and receipt the complaint to you in writing within 14 days.  GAA Magazine will investigate the matters described in the complaint and then provide a substantive written response within 28 days from the date the written complaint was received.

For any concerns of further enquiries into the Privacy Policy GAA Magazine adheres and abides by please contact: