sydney private day tours is a
nsw government covid safe verified and registered business
THE COMFORT, HEALTH AND SAFETY OF OUR CUSTOMERS AND STAFF IS OUR PRIORITY
SYDNEY PRIVATE DAY TOURS strictly FOLLOW THE AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT REGULATIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS FOR A COVID SAFE BUSINESS
TO ENSURE EFFECTIVE CONTACT TRACING WE USE THE NSW GOVERNMENT QR CODE CHECK-IN FOR ALL TOURS
FACE MASKS AND HAND SANITISER ARE PROVIDED FOR ALL CUSTOMERS AND STAFF
FOR YOUR SAFETY AND COMFORT, WE PRACTISE SOCIAL DISTANCING AND TAILOR OUR TOURS TO AVOID CROWDS
OUR TOUR VEHICLES ARE THOROUGHLY DETAILED AND SANITISED PRIOR TO EVERY TOUR, ENSURING THE HIGHEST STANDARDS OF HYGIENE ARE MAINTAINED
YOUR PRIVATE GUIDE AND OUR GUEST EXPERIENCE STAFF ARE UPDATED DAILY WITH THE LATEST GOVERNMENT HEALTH DEPARTMENT ADVICE
FOR MORE INFORMATION AND THE LATEST COVID updates REGARDING TRAVELING AND VISITING AUSTRALIA PLEASE CONTACT US OR CLICK HERE TO VISIT THE AUSTRALIAN GOVERNMENT HEALTH DIRECT WEBSITE
latest covid updates:
NSW Government Updates for Sydney and Regional NSW
29th January 2021
The following measures will be effective from 12:01am Friday, 29 January for the Greater Sydney region (including Wollongong, Central Coast and Blue Mountains):
Visitors to households will be increased to 30 guests – including children.
Outdoor gatherings will be increased to 50 people in total.
Weddings and funerals will be capped at 300 people (fully seated) subject to the 1 person per 4sqm rule with no singing or dancing (except 20 nominated people in the wedding party can dance).
All other venues including hospitality venues, places of worship and corporate event venues (fully seated with no singing or dancing) will be subject to the 1 person per 4sqm rule.
Smaller hospitality venues will be allowed at least 25 people.
Singing indoors including choirs or places of worship will be limited to five people.
Masks will be recommended but no longer compulsory at retail shopping venues.
Masks will remain compulsory for front-of-house hospitality staff, on public transport, in places of worship, hairdressers, beauticians and gaming rooms.
It is anticipated that all settings requiring the 4sqm rule will revert to the 1 person per 2sqm rule in two weeks’ time if current trends continue, subject to expert health advice.
LATEST australian federal government COVID TRAVEL ADVICE FOR international TRAVEL INTO AUSTRALIA
28th january 2021
Australia’s borders are closed.
The only people who can travel to Australia are:
Immediate family members
Travellers who have been in New Zealand for the previous 14 days – please note, green zone flights have been suspended for 72 hours until 1400 AEDT, 31 January 2021.
For more information on international travel to australia, border closures and quarantine rules