Page last updated: Tuesday 3 May 2022
Do I need to show proof of vaccination?
Based on the latest government health advice, from Friday 29 April 2022, proof of COVID-19 vaccination will no longer be required. For the latest information please visit the WA government website.
Do I need to wear a mask during my stay?
In line with the latest government health advice, masks are no longer mandatory when visiting RAC Parks & Resorts; however, masks are encouraged where physical distancing isn’t possible.
What do I need to be aware of before I stay?
We ask all guests to follow social distancing where possible.
Are shared facilities still open?
All facilities are open. All communal facilities are regularly cleaned.
Am I allowed to enter the park/resort if I am displaying COVID-19 like symptoms?
We reserve the right to deny entry to any guests and visitors displaying COVID-like symptoms at our absolute and sole discretion. Symptoms, as listed on www.health.gov.au, include fever, coughing, sore throat, shortness of breath. Other symptoms can include runny nose, headache, muscle or joint pains, nausea, diarrhoea, vomiting, loss of sense of smell, altered sense of taste, loss of appetite and fatigue.
What happens if I get COVID-19 like symptoms during my stay?
If you start displaying COVID-like symptoms during your stay (fever, coughing, sore throat, shortness of breath), please wear a mask and attend the nearest testing clinic or call the COVID-19 Healthline on 13 268 43.
What happens while I wait for my results?
You should self-isolate in your accommodation/site/caravan until your test results are returned, unless otherwise instructed by government or authorities.
What happens if my test comes back positive?
If your test results have returned positive, please contact reception immediately. For the safety of our guests, you will be asked to vacate your room/site and safely go home to self-isolate. A refund/credit will be provided for the remaining nights of your stay.
What if my test results are negative but I am still feeling sick?
We ask you to please wear a mask, social distance and sanitise regularly during your time on the property.
What happens if I need to self-isolate or quarantine?
Guests aren’t permitted to self-isolate or quarantine at RAC Parks & Resorts. Close contact rules are changing constantly, please visit the WA government website for the latest information.
If, before your stay, you are instructed by government or health authorities to self-isolate or quarantine, your booking must be cancelled. You will be offered a refund, credit or change of dates.
If during your stay, you are instructed by government or health authorities to self-isolate or quarantine, you will be required to leave and find alternate accommodation.
The safety of our people, guests and the local community remains our priority, we appreciate your understanding.
Travel restrictions are constantly changing. Please refer to the relevant government website before travelling. Any guests impacted by major changes will be contacted.
Book with confidence with our flexible booking policy
We understand that making holiday plans in this current climate can be tricky. To help provide more confidence in booking your holiday we offer flexible terms and conditions. If you book more than 30 days before your arrival, you have a 14-day cool-off period to cancel your booking with no charge. If you happen to cancel your booking 72 hours prior to arrival a full refund is provided minus a $30 admin (admin fee is not required for RAC members). Find out more.
COVID-19 cancellation policy
We offer changes to stay dates, 12-month credits or refunds to those impacted by government-imposed COVID-19 restrictions. In this instance please submit your request via this form.
We are committed to slowing the spread of COVID-19
The safety of our people, guests and local communities remains our priority. To protect and ensure your wellbeing, we have:
- Registered with Safe WA Business Contact Register
- A requirement that guests check-in via the QR code or manual contact register upon arrival and at all food and beverage outlets
- Implemented contactless check-in at select Parks and Resorts*
- Increased cleaning and hygiene practices
- Ensured our staff are fully trained on best hygiene practices and the mandatory government COVID-19 Hospitality Hygiene courses
- Made hand sanitiser available at reception and public areas
*Contactless check-in is currently available at RAC Exmouth Cape Holiday Park, RAC Cervantes Holiday Park and RAC Esperance Holiday Park. We are working to introduce this service across additional Parks and Resorts soon.