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Home Council Coronavirus update: holiday parks open for bookings

Coronavirus update: holiday parks open for bookings

Coronavirus update
Coronavirus update: the region's holiday parks are open to bookings.

Bundaberg Region holiday parks are again open for bookings after the implementation of Stage 2 of the Queensland Government Roadmap.

Yesterday, Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announced Queenslanders would be able to undertake unlimited travel, including overnight stays, throughout the entire state.

Under the Movement and Gathering Direction you can:

•  have a gathering in your home or in a public place with a maximum of 20 people including yourself, members of your household or others

• travel within Queensland, with no limit on distance

• stay overnight at a place that is not your home. This includes staying overnight anywhere in Queensland for as many nights as you prefer.

Bundaberg Regional Council's CEO Steve Johnston said it was good news for tourism in the area.

“This is news that I am sure will be met with plenty of positivity from our hardworking holiday park operators as well as visitors who have been waiting to explore our beautiful region,” he said.

“However, we mustn't be complacent and residents and visitors should still adhere to social-distancing measures, good hygiene and use common sense.

“Holiday parks will not be operating at full capacity and occupancy will be managed in line with the COVID Safe Plan with an increased cleaning schedule to ensure the safety of all visitors.”

To find out more about Stage 2 of the Queensland Government Roadmap click here.


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