Stage 3 Restrictions currently in place, reviewed fortnightly
Restrictions are consistent across Queensland, except for additional mask requirements in SEQ.
Movement & Gatherings
Up to 100 people can gather in homes. No limit for people gathering in public spaces.
No restrictions on community sport.
Please note occupant density’s do not apply to caravan parks, however may apply to a component within a caravan park (i.e. café)
One person per 2 square metres or 100% allocated seated and ticketed capacity (e.g. restaurants, cafés, pubs, clubs, museums, art galleries, places of worship and convention centres) and indoor play areas with the COVID Safe Checklist.
Eating or drinking while standing allowed.
One person per 2 square metres for short-term accommodation (excludes caravan parks) with the COVID Safe Checklist. Density requirements do not apply in sleeping areas.
Self-service food: No restrictions.
Masks must be worn when at stadiums, at an airport, and on a domestic or international flight departing or arriving in Queensland.
In South East Queensland you must carry your face mask with you whenever you leave your home (unless you have a lawful reason not to).
You must wear a mask in indoor spaces (including workplaces, but not your own home) unless it is unsafe or you can stay 1.5m apart from other people. This includes cafes, restaurants, pubs etc. unless eating or drinking, seated or standing. This also includes on public transport and in taxis and ride share vehicles.
Outside you are only required to wear a mask when you are unable to stay 1.5m apart from people who are not part of your household.
Queensland has a travel category system that allows areas across Australia and New Zealand to be categorised as green, orange or red based on the risk level.
If you have been to a COVID-19 hotspot (a red zone) in the last 14 days or since the start date identified for the hotspot (whichever is shorter) you will only be allowed to enter Queensland for a limited number of reasons (such as health care).
If you are a Queensland resident or someone who is intending to relocate to Queensland and have been in a hotspot in the last 14 days you will need to receive approval to return to the state, arrive by air and complete 14 days hotel quarantine.
The rules for travelling to, or through, other states are changing on a regular basis.
If you have a guest seeking advice on how to travel home, we suggest you direct them to www.healthdirect.gov.au, a Federal Government website which collates the information on the current rules and restrictions for each state.
It is mandatory to use the Check in Queensland app in caravan parks in Queensland. All guests, visitors, contractors and staff are required to check in using the app.
Guests and visitors of guests are only required to check in on arrival at the park, not each time they come back to the park.
Businesses have the right to refuse entry or ban any person from their premises. They can refuse to serve a person as long as they don’t breach anti-discrimination laws.
A business can refuse entry if there is a law in force that mandates the collection of contact tracing information and the guest refuses to provide this information.
If the guest is unable to check in using the app for some reason, you can register their details using the Business Profile in the app.
The Queensland Government has released a poster you can display which advises guests that you have the right to refuse service to anyone that will not provide their contact information
The Queensland Government has made an announcement in relation to anyone travelling into Queensland that will commence from from 1am Saturday 19 June 2021.
This new measure is to support contact tracing efforts with the new COVID cases announced in NSW overnight (and potentially any future cases in other states).
The declaration is an online form which is designed to be quick and easy, taking only a few minutes to complete. The declaration will need to be made up to 72 hours prior to travelling to Queensland.
To access the Queensland Travel Declaration visit: https://www.qld.gov.au/queensland-travel-declaration
This new declaration will be supported by the introduction of a traffic light system similar to what is in place in Victoria. Green will mean no travel restrictions, amber will signify interstate exposure venues and red will indicate the location is a hotspot.
Any guests coming from interstate may be required to complete a Queensland Travel Declaration before they enter Queensland.
To our loyal guests,
Fisherman’s Beach Holiday Park is fully compliant with the COVID-SAFE program and have additional safety and cleaning measures in place to make your stay safe, comfortable and enjoyable.
We understand that we still live in a time of relative uncertainty and, with that in mind, we have decided to introduce a “Book with Confidence Guarantee”.
Fisherman’s Beach Holiday Park
The Book with Confidence Guarantee is applicable if you are no longer able to travel due to COVID-19 related developments. For example: you become sick with COVID-19 or someone immediately connected to you does and you are forced into self-isolation, or the Alert Level changes meaning travel becomes impossible, or there is a Government mandate for you not to travel in your local area/region or the area you intend to travel to. In these and other similar cases there will be no charges levied to make changes to your booking dates. We will provide a 12-month credit or full refund (in exceptional circumstances, determined on a case by case basis).
Please be aware that where your request to amend a booking is not linked to COVID-19 developments, normal T&C’s will apply.
The Australian government have put into place extraordinary measures to help stop the spread of COVID-19 and we can all do our bit at a local level to assist:
General Health and Hygiene
If you are ready to stay, you can BOOK ONLINE.
Our office is operating on restricted opening hours (9am to 5pm). If you can’t get hold of us during these hours, leave a message and we will get back to you ASAP or jump on our website.
Stay safe and we hope to see you soon at Fisherman’s Beach Holiday Park.