Queenslanders, now is the time to start planning your next Queensland holiday!
Caravan Parks across Queensland are celebrating the fact they are now allowed to accept leisure travellers!
From midday on 1 June 2020, caravan parks are allowed to accept leisure travellers and holiday makers from anywhere in Queensland. And the b
est part? People can remain on holiday for as long as they want!
This means now is the perfect time to start planning. It is time to decide if your recreational vehicle needs servicing or upgrading and it is time to start choosing your next holiday location.
Things have changes slightly though!
Many recreational vehicle dealerships and service & repair centres have put new processes in place. These processes are designed to keep their customers and staff healthy. If you plan to visit one of these businesses, give them a call or jump online to see if there is anything you need to know before you visit them.
Caravan parks are all required to have a Health Management Plan and a WHS plan in place before they reopen and each park is determining how they
reopen with their guest safety in mind. This means that some parks may not have all of their facilities open in full until a future date and there may be limits on the number of people allowed in certain areas (i.e. the pool, camp kitchen or amenities block).
Guests can also expect to be asked to complete a guest declaration either before arrival or when they arrive at their park of choice. The questions in this declaration are required under the Health Management Plan that has been developed by the Government for caravan parks and are designed to ensure that everyone entering the park is healthy.
Coastal parks are reporting strong bookings, especially those in the South East corner of Queensland, however if you are looking to escape the crowds, why not head west, as these parks remain relatively quiet (although this may change if the borders reopen).
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