COVID-19 UPDATE

BIG4 Nelligen Holiday Park

COVID-19 UPDATE

IMPORTANT INFORMATION ABOUT VISITING NELLIGEN HOLIDAY PARK DURING CORONAVIRUS / COVID-19

Updated 1st June 2020. 

Management and staff at Nelligen Holiday Park are excited to be re-opening to holiday travel and look forward to welcoming you to the resort. We are here to ensure you have a SAFE and enjoyable time.

As there are still restrictions in place with COVID-19, we have made some operational changes for the safety of our guests and staff. As restrictions vary in each state, we're doing our best to monitor any changes.

During this time our reception hours have been reduced to 8am to 4pm daily. Our staff are here help however where possible, rather than visit reception, we request that you call for assistance.

We provide a high standard of cleaning all year round but all staff have now completed the COVID-19 Infection Control course which has provided them with a better understanding of high focus areas.

All park communal areas will be subject to maximum numbers of people at any one time to assist in ensuring guests are abiding by the 1.5m social distancing rule and the 1 person per 4m² rule. Guests also need to take responsibility to follow these rules both outside and inside the resort.

If you are unsure of anything, please just give us a call. We'll be more than happy to assist.

Contact Nelligen Holiday Park
Telephone: 1300 784 446  
Email
relaxing@nelligenpark.com.au

Keeping our visitors safe during Coronavirus / COVID-19

Updated 1st June 2020.

 The health and safety of our guests and staff is our highest priority at this time.  Our Covid-19 precautionary measures are as follows:

 If you have any questions about our policies and procedures during this time, contact us for more information.

                                                         

                                                            CONDITIONS OF ENTRY

 

The NSW Health Checklist for COVID-19 Safety in NSW Camping Grounds and Caravan Parks states that caravan parks and camping grounds should ensure they clearly display conditions of entry on their website, online booking platforms, social media platforms and at the grounds entrance or check-in.