COVID-19 Guidelines

Swan Valley Adventure Centre (SVAC) is currently operating consistent with the current WA Government COVID-19 guidelines:

WA Government COVID-19 Guidelines

All SVAC staff are double dosed vaccinated from the start of Term 1, 2022 (31st January) and must have a booster within one month of becoming eligible, as per the WA Government mandate.

We continue to support our guests with measures to promote a COVID safe camp environment by undertaking the following:

  • Isolation space for COVID positive cases (including overnight)
  • Reducing physical contact
  • Practicing social distancing
  • Enhancing personal hygiene practices
  • Strengthening cleaning standards
  • Regular cleaning of shared spaces
  • Hygiene training for operational staff

As of Friday April 29th, 2022, additional public health measures enforced by the state government have eased. More information on the official announcement can be found here. The following information obtained from the announcement applies to SVAC’s Covid-19 guidelines below:

Masks

  • No longer mandatory, except in the following settings:
    • on public transport, in taxis and rideshare vehicles and other passenger transport
    • airports
    • hospitals, residential aged care and disability service facilities, and correctional facilities
  • Masks are encouraged where physical distancing is not possible

Density and Capacity Limits

  • The 2sqm rule is removed
  • Capacity limits removed for all entertainment venues, stadiums, and events

Proof of COVID-19 vaccinations

  • No longer required to enter venues and businesses except for hospitals and residential aged care facilities
  • Mandatory workplace vaccination requirements remain in place

Close contacts

  • Close contacts with no symptoms are not required to isolate for seven (7) days, but must:
    • undertake a daily Rapid Antigen Test
    • wear a mask when leaving the house
    • avoid high-risk settings, including hospitals, healthcare settings, disability and aged care facilities, and correctional facilities
    • work from home, where possible
    • avoid non-essential gatherings and contact with people at risk of severe illness
  • Should also notify their employer/educational facility of their close contact status
  • Close contacts with symptoms must continue to isolate until symptoms resolve and get tested as per existing protocols
  • If a close contact tests positive, they must isolate for a further seven (7) days as per arrangements for positive COVID-19 cases

COVID Safety and Event Plans

  • No longer mandatory but still encouraged

Please do not hesitate to contact our office should you have any questions.