Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates

Important Information

Public health and social measures - coronavirus (COVID-19) Upcoming easing of restrictions - 14 April 2022 From 1am AEST Thursday 14 April 2022, the requirement to check-in and to be fully vaccinated in a range of venues and events Including Sugarworld Adventure Park will end.

From 1am AEST Thursday 14 April 2022, the requirement to check-in and to be fully vaccinated in a range of venues and events will end.

Venues include pubs, clubs, cafes and restaurants; theme parks - (Sugarworld Adventure Park), casinos and cinemas; weddings; showgrounds; and galleries, libraries, museums and stadiums.

Vaccination and check-in requirements will continue for anyone visiting or working in vulnerable settings (hospitals, disability accommodation services and residential aged care) as well as for workers in high risk settings including schools, childcare, prisons and airports.

Until then, the current vaccination and check-in requirements on this page remain in effect.

For more informationplease visit:

https://www.qld.gov.au/health/conditions/health-alerts/coronavirus-covid-19/current-status/public-health-directions/public-health-social-measures

We are working to ensure our Park remains a safe place to visit and work. The health and safety of our community is our main priority, we always uphold a high standard of hygiene within the Park, however are taking extra precautions during this time.

We hope you will do what you can to take care of yourself and those around you, we also encourage you to use and support our community facility with confidence while it is safe to do so.

Remember is you are feeling unwell or showing symptoms of the flu, cough or cold to please remain away from the Park until you are feeling 100%.

Please see the latest update on the situation below.
 

Our Priority is You

WE'LL KEEP DOING OUR BIT TOO!

Regular cleaning and maintenance will continue to be in place to ensure the health and safety of you and our team. 
 
We ask that everyone enjoying our facility does their part too. This is no time to get complacent. More than ever, we should help continue to keep our Community and State safe! 

📱 Download the COVIDSafe app to protect your community and help us to find the virus faster. Upload your Certificate to check in QLD app.

Update - 14/04/2022

Public health and social measures - coronavirus (COVID-19)

Upcoming easing of restrictions - 14 April 2022

From 1am AEST Thursday 14 April 2022, the requirement to check-in and to be fully vaccinated in a range of venues and events will end.

Venues include pubs, clubs, cafes and restaurants; theme parks, casinos and cinemas; weddings; showgrounds; and galleries, libraries, museums and stadiums.

Vaccination and check-in requirements will continue for anyone visiting or working in vulnerable settings (hospitals, disability accommodation services and residential aged care) as well as for workers in high risk settings including schools, childcare, prisons and airports.

Until then, the current vaccination and check-in requirements on this page remain in effect.

You can read more about the eased restrictions from 14 April in the Questions and answers section below.

Use of the Check In Qld app

You must continue to use the Check In Qld app for entry to businesses where vaccination is a condition of entry:

  • hospitality venues including cafés, restaurants, pubs, clubs, RSL clubs, taverns, function centres, bars, wineries, distilleries and microbreweries, but not including food courts
  • entertainment venues including nightclubs, indoor live music venues, karaoke bars, concertstheatres, cinema, bowling alleys, amusement arcades, casinos and gaming venues, convention and entertainment centres, adult entertainment venues and brothels, theme parks, and tourism experiences, zoos aquariums and wildlife centres, and showgrounds
  • stadiums (indoor and outdoor), for all major sporting matches and other events with capacity for 5000 or more visitors. However, the Check In Qld app is not required for sporting stadiums with a capacity of less than 5000
  • festivals
  • Government owned galleries, museums and libraries
  • wedding ceremonies and receptions, when more than 20 people attend, including the wedding party and officials
  • private hire of a venue, where more than 20 people attend
  • vulnerable settings (hospitals , residential aged care and disability accommodation services).

There are no density restrictions on these businesses.

The Check In Qld app is no longer required for entering businesses where vaccination is not a condition of entry.

For more information please visit:
https://www.qld.gov.au/health/conditions/health-alerts/coronavirus-covid-19/current-status/public-health-directions/public-health-social-measures

Frequently Asked Questions Expand all

What are we doing to minimise health risks in-Centre?

The Centre will be vigilant in implementing infection control procedures including daily cleaning in accordance with normal protocols, the promotion of healthy hygiene habits and will make hand sanitiser available for staff and patrons to use while using the Centre.
 

What information and advice will help our members?

For now, the best advice is to follow some simple steps to help slow the spread of the virus and to reduce the risk of infection.
Follow the information and tips to help improve your safety and wellbeing, from Department of Health website

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