Update 29th July

Quarantine at Home Changes

Changes to some quarantine requirements from 1 am Friday

From 1am Friday 30 July, Queensland residents who return from Victoria or South Australia will be able to quarantine at home instead of in hotel quarantine.

As significant restrictions remain in place across both states to prevent community transmission, Queensland will continue to declare both states as hotspots. Non-Queensland residents will not be allowed to enter Queensland without an exemption.

People who are in home quarantine will be subject to strict compliance measures, and should any evidence of non-compliance arise they will be placed into hotel quarantine.

With the extension of the stay at home orders for Greater Sydney it is unclear if there will be any change to the hard border to NSW at this stage.

Find out more about these declarations and travelling to Queensland.
Apply for a travel declaration or a border pass.

Update 22nd July

Today it was announced that the whole of NSW will be declared a COVID hotspot from 1am tonight.

This will mean from that time, the whole of NSW, SA and Vic will be declared COVID hotspots.

Anyone who has been to a hotspot in the last 14 days or since their identified start date (whichever is shorter) will not be allowed to enter Queensland, unless they are a Queensland resident or have an exemption.

Anyone allowed to enter will need to go into hotel quarantine.

A border zone will be put into place, however residents living in the nominated border zone will be able to come into Queensland for a limited range of reasons, including health care, work, education, essential shopping and if they provide care to vulnerable people. Queenslanders will be able to travel into the New South Wales border zone for similar reasons, but not further than the border zone.

Other COVID Updates 

Mask wearing will be extended and strengthened in the 11 South East Queensland local government areas of Brisbane, Moreton Bay, Ipswich, Logan City, Redlands, Sunshine Coast, Noosa, Somerset, Lockyer Valley, Scenic Rim and Gold Coast for one more week until 6am on Friday, July 30. Masks will now be required to be worn in all indoor seated, ticketed venues. This includes all stadiums, theatres and cinemas.

Stadiums across the state with a capacity of 20,000 spectators or more will be required to reduce capacity to 75 per cent. Spectators will now be required to wear masks while seated unless consuming food or drink, in addition to current mask wearing requirements.

Density restrictions in South East Queensland will be eased to match current levels in the regions. This means increased numbers of people allowed at weddings, funerals and indoor events.

Please note this update is from the information provided in the Queensland Government press conference. We expect the Public Health Directions and Roadmap to be updated overnight and will share another update tomorrow morning if there is any additional information you should be aware of.

Find out more about these declarations and travelling to Queensland.
Apply for a travel declaration or a border pass.

Update 25th June 2021


We’re using the new Check In Qld app to help keep everyone COVID safe.

Check In Qld is easy to use. All you need to do is:
  • visit for links to download the app from Google Play or Apple App stores
  • fill in your details once when you first open the app
  • open the app when you visit us
  • scan our QR code or enter the unique pin for this venue

Your security is our priority

The Check In Qld app is safe, secure and private. Your details will be stored securely by the Queensland Government for 56 days to assist with contact tracing (if required).

If you don’t have a smartphone or in the event of technology or internet outages, there are other ways we will record your information.

Thank you for supporting our business and doing your bit to keep Queenslanders safe.

Questions? Call 134 COVID (13 42 68) or visit

Available on Google Play and the App Store.

Update 17th June 2021

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:

 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.

For more information you can:
Download the easing restrictions roadmap
View latest updates and information
Apply now for a border declaration

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”.

Kind regards,

Fisherman’s Beach Holiday Park


What is the Book with Confidence Guarantee?

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.

What can you do to help?

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

  • Cough or sneeze into your elbow or a tissue.
  • Put used tissues in the bin or a bag immediately.
  • Wash your hands with soap and water often.
  • Try to avoid close contact with people who are unwell.
  • Don’t touch your eyes, nose or mouth if your hands are not clean.
  • If you are feeling unwell seek assistance from a health professional immediately.

Social Distancing

  • Avoid crowded areas and prolonged periods of time in close proximity to other guests.
  • Cook and eat in your van/accommodation
  • Partake in solitary/family group activities such as hiking, cycling, fishing in place of group activities/tours.

Additional Measures

  • When departing your cabin open all curtains and leave the front door open (just close and lock the screen door).
  • Take your rubbish to the nearest waste station (you can find these on your park map) on departure.

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.




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