Hunter Valley is open for visitors. Book NOW
Updated: Jun 22, 2020
We are very excited to announce the Hunter Valley is open this long weekend for you to visit.
The NSW Government recently signed off on a newPublic Health Orderwith details on COVID19 restrictions. With the June long weekend coming up its critical that we are all working together as a collective industry to ensure community safety.
The number of customers is the lesser of either (a) 50 customers per exist ing separate seated food or drink area, or (b) the total number of persons calculated by allowing 4 square metres of space for each person (excluding staff members) on the premises.
If the food or drink premises includes more than one restaurant or cafe, the limitation on the number of customers on the premises is per restaurant or cafe on the premises. For example, if the food and drink premises includes 2 restaurants, each restaurant may sell food or drinks at any time to no more than 50 customers to consume on the premises, subject to having at least 4 square metres of space for each person (other than staff members) in the restaurant.
Courtesy vehicles and tour operators fall under Schedule 2.2 Essential Gatherings: a gathering for the purposes of or related to transportation, including in vehicles or at truck stops, stations, platforms or stops or other public transportation facilities
Accommodation services are able to be offered without restriction, except holiday rentals which are subject to restrictions (see below). Caravan Parks may open. There is no limit to the number of customers in the park or grounds however premises must have aCOVID-19 Safety Plan.
Cultural buildings that provide information and education facilities such as libraries, galleries and museums may open with restrictions. Capacity must not exceed one person per 4 square metres including staff members. Each facility must have a COVID-19 Safety Plan.