COVID-19 | Travel Safety Information
Greater Brisbane all in a 3-day lockdown from today (Monday, 29th March) 5pm until Thursday (1st April) 5pm.
These areas include Brisbane City Council, Ipswich City Council, Logan City Council, Moreton Bay Regional Council, Redlands City Council. People from these areas are not allowed to leave the Greater Brisbane area during this lockdown period.
- Lockdown restrictions have also been extended to anyone who has visited Greater Brisbane are since Saturday 20th March, regardless of where they are in the state.
- For those Greater Brisbane residents that did leave the region prior to the lockdown. Queensland Health are asking anyone who has been in Greater Brisbane since 20th March 2021 to self isolate for the period of the lockdown – this means not moving around the area at all.
- Guests who have travelled from the Greater Brisbane Area and are already in Holiday parks are advised to stay if they are able to.
If you’re under lockdown you’re only able to leave your home for the below reasons:
- To buy essentials like groceries or medications
- Work or study – if you can’t do either from home
- Exercise – within their neighbourhood and with no more than one person from your household
- Healthcare or to provide help, care or support
Masks for Greater Brisbane & Queensland
- All people in Queensland are required to wear masks while indoors except at home and private gatherings.
- In greater Brisbane, masks must be worn at all times when outside of your home
- Masks are to be carried at all times when you leave your home, unless you have a lawful reason to do so.
- Masks are to be worn while indoors spaces (except at home and private gatherings)
- It is strongly recommended you wear a mask outdoors if you are unable to stay more than 1.5m distance from other peoples, such as busy walkways and thoroughfares.
What does this means for Bookings and Easter?
- Any guests arriving from Brisbane today, will still be under the same restrictions as people in the Brisbane lockdown from 5pm today.
- Guest that do stay in the park from Brisbane must be staying in a cabin and/or be self-sufficient (e.g. toilets, shower and cooking facilities) for the 3 day period (or longer if extended).
- If you may have issues arriving to the park on Thursday or the Easter Long Weekend please reach out to the park.
What are we doing to reduce the risk of COVID-19?
The safety and wellbeing of our guests and employees are highest priority as COVID-19 continues to pose a health risk across the globe.
- We assure you that we are taking hygiene seriously. You can be confident that our park is being cleaned to the highest of standards, and that our staff are employing heightened levels of sanitation
- From issuing your key, and amenities blocks, we’re in overdrive ensuring every touchpoint has been cleaned vigilantly
What should I do if I have a booking?
If any you’re uncertain about your booking please contact the park directly via email, we are being inundated with calls and would appreciate emails where possible to ensure we can get back to you regarding your booking as soon as possible. We please ask for your cooperation and patience while we endeavour to respond to everyone as soon as possible, as we are currently dealing with a large number of enquiries.
How can I keep up to date with information from Rainbow Beach Holiday Park?
Keep a close eye on our Facebook page for any updates or changes. If you have any questions specific to your booking please email the park at email@example.com and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Where can I go for more information on COVID-19 and travel restrictions?
For official updates about COVID-19 visit https://www.health.gov.au/news/health-alerts/novel-coronavirus-2019-ncov-health-alert/coronavirus-covid-19-advice-for-travellers