BIG4 Holiday Parks | Coronavirus update

Page last updated:  12 January 2021

We’ll continue to bring you the latest news and information on BIG4 parks and their guests right here as well as on our Facebook page.

BIG4.com.au is open for bookings. In particular, bookings for November and Christmas holidays are selling fast.

Book with confidence

At BIG4 our number one priority is the health and safety of our guests. In our parks, increased cleaning and hygiene practices have been implemented. Social distancing (1.5m) applies across all BIG4 parks with indoor social distancing rules applicable in all parks in all regions.
Future bookings
If you are worried about an upcoming booking or are unable to travel due to COVID restrictions, please contact the park you have booked with directly. Any changes to bookings, including cancellations, refunds and credits must be made directly with Parks, including bookings made via BIG4.com.au. All contact details for parks can be found on our Contact Us page.

South Australia

UPDATE – Entry from NSW is not permitted from 00:01 Jan 1 2021. For the latest up to date information please visit the State Government Coronavirus page. The South Australian border is open to visitors from all other states. Guests arriving from Brisbane will require to submit for testing. All visitors arriving in South Australia must register with authorities.

For more information please visit the South Australian State Government Coronavirus Page

To view any of our parks in South Australia please visit our South Australia state page 


Victoria

Travellers from all states are allowed to enter Victoria based on a traffic light system and a border permit is required. More information here
All parks in Victoria are open for arrivals, and bookings can be taken from:

• Members of the public who have the same principal place of residence; OR

• Members of the public who are in an intimate personal relationship; OR

• The maximum number in each group booking is 15 (infants under 1 year don’t count) and the 15 people in the group do not need to ordinarily reside together or be in an intimate personal relationship ‘, AND

• Members of separately booked groups do not share bedrooms at the facility

  • All our parks are open and fully operational *
  • Customers can share communal bathrooms
  • Face Masks are required indoors.
  • Outdoor groups of up to 100 are allowed

 *Some parks may choose to keep some facilities closed, please check individual park pages for current information.

For more on the latest COVID-19 information in Victoria please see the State Government Coronavirus page

To view any of our parks in Victoria please visit our Victorian state page 

New South Wales

The New South Wales border is open to visitors from all states 

UPDATE – Rules and restrictions apply under COVID-19 public health orders to the Greater Sydney region (including the Blue Mountains), the Central Coast and Wollongong. The situation in NSW is fluid. For the latest up to date information please visit the State Government Coronavirus page.

*Some parks may choose to keep certain facilities closed. Please check the relevant park pages to see what is open/closed

For more information please visit the New South Wales  State Government Coronavirus page and Public Health Orders page

To view any of our parks in New South Wales please visit our NSW state page

 

Queensland

UPDATE: Residents in the council areas of Brisbane, Logan, Ipswich, Moreton and Redlands must stay at home from 6:00pm Friday 8th Jan until 6:00pm on Monday 11th Jan and are only allowed to leave home for essential reasons. Masks must be worn in this area when leaving the home. 
More info.
The Queensland border is currently open to visitors from all states except listed “hotspot” areas

  • Guests will be permitted to travel within Queensland.
  • Groups of up to 50 people will be permitted
  • All our parks are open and fully operational* (BIG4 Sandstone Point is within the lockdown area and can not accept arrivals over this period)
  • No school groups at this stage

*Some parks may choose to keep certain facilities closed. Please check the relevant park pages to see what is open/closed.

Parks may require you to supply the following:

  • Border pass (guests from out of state)
  • Guest Declaration Form (this is a Queensland Government requirement)

For more information please visit the Queensland State Government Coronavirus page

To view any of our parks in Queensland please visit our Queensland state page 

Western Australia

UPDATE – Entry from NSW, QLD and VIC is currently not permitted  The Western Australia border is open to visitors from all “very low risk” states. Visitors from declared hotspot areas will need to quarantine for 14 days. More information here

Internal Travel is permitted but Access into remote Aboriginal communities remains prohibited

  • All our parks are open and fully operational*
  • Groups of up to 100 are permitted at parks

*Some parks may choose to keep certain facilities closed. Please check the relevant park pages to see what is open/closed

For more information please visit the Western Australian State Government Coronavirus Page

To view any of our parks in Western Australian Parks please visit our Western Australia state page 

Tasmania

The Tasmanian border is open to visitors from all “low risk” states. Travellers from “medium risk areas” will be required to quarantine for 14 days. For more information here.

In addition:

  • All Tasmanian parks are open and are fully operational.*
  • Maximum density limit is one person per 2m2 for indoor and outdoor gatherings

*Some parks may choose to keep certain facilities closed. Please check the relevant park pages to see what is open/closed

For more on the latest COVID-19 information in Tasmania please see the Tasmanian State Government Coronavirus page. 

To view any of our parks in Tasmania please visit our Tasmania state page

Northern Territory

The Northern Territory border is open to visitors from all states. Visitors from declared hotspot areas will require to quarantine. Anyone arriving in the NT must complete a Border Entry Form prior to arrival at the border. 

Interstate Hotspots – requirements for travellers

If you are intending to travel to the NT from an identified coronavirus hot spot you are strongly urged to reconsider your plans. Anyone arriving into the NT from a hotspot must do 14 days mandatory supervised quarantine at their own cost. 
For more on the latest COVID-19 information in the Northern Territory please see the Northern Territory Coronavirus page.
To view any of our parks in the Northern Territory please visit our Northern Territory state page

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