This agreement is governed by and constructed in accordance with the laws of Queensland. You irrevocably and unconditionally submit to the non- exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of Queensland. If any provision of this agreement is found to be invalid or unenforceable by a Court of law, such invalidity or unenforceability will not affect the remainder of the provisions of the agreement which will continue in full force and effect.
We are unable to process your order until a 30% deposit has been paid (unless otherwise stated).
Should you decide to cancel your order after a deposit is taken, a cancellation fee of a MINIMUM of 20% of the total purchase price will apply.
Please ensure that you have settled any balance owing with the Eureka Street Furniture store you purchased your items from prior to scheduled delivery. Personal cheques must be cleared 24 hours prior to delivery. Unfortunately our contract drivers are not able to accept payments during delivery.
Conditions of Sale
Please be advised that our timber furniture is made from natural timbers, and as such pieces are unique. If the exact shade or grain is important to you, please inspect the product before delivery, as refunds will not be given and any exchanges will incur a cost to you.
All warranties given or implied are ex-factory and, due to the nature of all solid timber, cover workmanship only. This means if you have a warranty issue or claim the goods must be returned to the place of purchase before we can assess your claim.
Goods On Order
Dates quoted for delivery of goods are approximate only at the time of ordering and may vary due to circumstances beyond our control. You will be advised as soon as your goods are ready for delivery.
In the event of cancellation of a sale, refunds will be in accordance with the guidelines issued by the Office of Consumer Affairs. A minimum of 20% of the invoiced price will be deducted from any refunds to cover administration costs. Special orders require
a non-refundable deposit of 50% of the invoice price.
Ownership of Goods
Goods marked as “sold” on behalf of a customer after receipt of deposit or lay-by payment shall remain the property of Eureka Street Furniture Pty Ltd until the invoiced price is paid in full.
A deposit to the value of 30% of the total purchase price is required to begin a lay-by.
Payments are to be made fortnightly. There are two types of lay-bys (4 weeks and 3 months). Stock will be held and allocated for 4 week lay-bys. First available stock will be given for 3 month lay-bys (note there may be delays). Failure to complete payments in the specified time makes the goods, any payments made and the deposit liable for forfeiture.
Lay-bys should not exceed a 3 month period. A lay-by can be cancelled by the purchaser but will result in forfeiture of all moneys paid unless a store credit is given. If lay-bys are not picked up by the specified date a storage fee of $30 per week may be charged.
Lay-by Arrangements should be by regular, fortnightly repayments over a three-month period but this period may be extended at the discretion of the directors.
Delivery of Goods
The approximate delivery date we give you is an estimate based on current manufacturing and shipping times. This should be treated as a guide only. Please contact the Eureka Street Furniture store you purchased the item from should you require an updated estimate.
If delivery of goods is unsuccessful on the day organised by the customers, a further two-way charge will be payable by the customer for the second delivery. Our carriers agree to deliver to the customers address only. It is at the customer’s expense if goods do not fit into the property or cranes, etc are required to achieve access. Sales staff must be advised at time of sale/booking delivery if access problems are anticipated.
Refunds will not be given if goods do not fit.
Our warranty does not cover the delivery of goods.
Quotes on deliveries are estimates only. If the destination is further than anticipated or access is difficult, additional costs may be incurred.
Discounted Stock and Floor Stock
Please be aware that if an item is sold off the floor or is discounted more than 30%, it is sold “as is”. Please check all goods carefully to ensure you are happy with the state they are in either at purchase or upon delivery in the case that goods are unseen. All ex-display or discounted stock is sold with a limited 12 month warranty which covers defects not known or visible at the time of purchase. All other defects are not covered.
The natural oils in teak timber furniture can mark some floor coverings. Please take precautions if you are concerned or ask our staff for advice.
Please be advised that all timbers and leathers are natural products and as such require on-going care. Timbers require waxing and leathers require conditioning with the recommended leather care kit. All warranties are contingent upon products being cared for in line with this manual.
To ensure your furniture maintains its showroom appearance, avoid use of silicone based domestic sprays and use only natural based products as advised by sales staff.
Unless otherwise stated all purchases from Eureka Street Furniture are covered by a one (1) year warranty from the purchase date. Eureka Street offers to rectify, repair or replace any defects in material and workmanship in our whole range of products.
This warranty does not cover surface scratches, dents, chips, marks, accidental breakages, deliberate or negligent damage and normal wear and tear.
In the case of extended warranties purchased at the point of sale. Normal warranty terms and conditions will apply with the exception of the extended date from date of delivery.
Leather and Fabric Warranty
All leather and fabric is covered by a one (1) year warranty unless otherwise stated.
What Does my Warranty Exclude?
The Eureka Street Furniture Warranty Program specifically excludes claims for:
• products used in commercial, rental trade, institutional or other nonresidential use
• the normal and expected settling of soft filling such as polyester fibre and leather
• leather and timber grain variation, colour variation, wrinkling, markings, and scars resulting from the natural features of the product
• damage or degradation of timber, leather and fabric coverings not properly maintained; that is, the regular removal of dust and dirt by appropriate means and the application of endorsed cleaning and care nourishing products as instructed at time of sale
• damage to timber, leather or fabric coverings due to the application of chemicals, cleaners or conditioners not endorsed by Eureka Street Furniture
• discolouration of timber, leather or fabric coverings resulting from exposure to direct sunlight, extreme heat or similar conditions
• damage to leather or fabric coverings caused by the transference of perspiration, body oils or the corrosive ingredients contained in personal care products such as hair gels and skin creams
• surface scratches, dents, chips, marks, accidental breakages, normal wear and tear or damage resulting from misuse or abuse
• damage incurred during handling and transportation of the product by the customer or their contractor;
• damages resulting from dye transfer from rugs, cushions, jeans and other clothing
• furniture repaired by contractors not endorsed by Eureka Street Furniture
• the cost of transportation from the purchaser to Eureka Street Furniture or its agents, if the claim is not covered by the standard warranty conditions
• damage caused to a product or person resulting from use of the product by a person who is over 120 Kg’s.
Damage to Timber
Avoid leaving wet cloths, glasses etc on lacquered surfaces, these will breakdown the lacquer. Damage of this nature can be fixed but at considerable extra cost. Note: This kind of damage is not included in any Eureka Street Furniture Warranties.
What Should I do if I Require Assistance?
For all your after sales product or warranty queries please contact the store you purchased the products from. Alternatively, email
When calling regarding a warranty issue you will require your Invoice Number, so please ensure that you store this in a safe place.
You must make your request for service immediately following the discovery of any alleged defect. To make a claim under our warranty you must be able to prove when you purchased the product. The easiest way to do this is through your original proof of purchase (invoice, receipt, etc).
Once you have raised your issue with the appropriate store we may arrange for a Eureka Street Furniture Customer Service team member or contractor to visit your home. We may also require you to bring back the goods to the place of purchase to be assessed.
The team member or contractor will assess your furniture to verify that the product presents manufacturing defects. More than one inspection may be required.
If your claim is valid Eureka Street Furniture will, at its choice, repair or replace the defective product.
We remind our customers that softening of cushioning should be expected as a result of normal use and is not to be confused with the loss of resilience.
The Eureka Street Furniture warranties are not transferable and service is available only to the original purchaser.
The benefits given by our warranty are additional to other rights and remedies that you may have under law. Our goods come with guarantees that cannot be excluded under the Australian Consumer Law. You are entitled to a replacement or refund for a major failure and for compensation for any other reasonably foreseeable loss or damage. You are also entitled to have the goods repaired or replaced if the goods fail to be of acceptable quality and the failure does not amount to a major failure.
Important Notes for Recliners
Do not allow children to play on motion sofas and armchairs. Before using any of the mechanisms ensure the person using the chair is correctly seated. Precautions should be taken by people with lumbar medical conditions and/or pregnant women.
A Note of Advice for Lounges and Sofas
At Eureka Street Furniture we want to ensure you enjoy your new sofa for many years to come. Whilst we can’t tell you how to sit on your sofa, we would like to kindly advise that how you sit on your sofa can actually affect its performance and your warranty.
All seating foams are designed to absorb the seated weigh loads in the centre of the cushion, sitting or laying on the edges and sides of the cushion can cause the breakdown of the foams causing them to flatten and lose their density, firmness and form.
Natural settlement at the point most used will prevail and repeated or continual pressure put on these areas of your seating cushions can cause uneven settlement that is not covered under your seating warranty.
Sofas that have soft fill or feather based cushions require regular shaping (e.g. plumping cushions) to maintain optimal appearance.
We value your feedback. If you have any feedback or comments about your Eureka Street Furniture experience please feel free to contact us via e-mail email@example.com