COVID-19 advice for visitors

Royal Far West (RFW) is committed to providing a safe environment for staff, clients, families, guests, and anyone else visiting the RFW campus in Manly and takes the health and safety of staff, clients, and visitors seriously.

RFW will continue to follow our local and national health authority’s advice regarding COVID-19. We anticipate some related challenges in 2021 as local, town/city and state-based restrictions may change at a moment’s notice and impact our operations.

Our team is doing all it can to ensure the health and safety of everyone visiting RFW in person. We have implemented a number of COVID-19 related precautions such as mandatory infection screening, mandatory contact tracing upon entry into RFW buildings, and mandatory face masks.

Please do not visit RFW if:

  • You have been in close contact with a person confirmed or suspected of having COVID-19.
  • You have been instructed to quarantine, self-isolate or waiting results of a COVID-19 test.
  • You are unwell with flu-like symptoms (ie. fever, cough, sore throat, runny nose, shortness of breath or loss of smell or taste).
  • You have been to an identified COVID-19 hotspot within the last 14 days.

Advice for visiting Clients and Families (ie. PDP & Windmill)

RFW has committed to accepting in-person PDP and Windmill clients from 1 February 2021 after an 11-month cessation of face to face services.

The requirements of entry into the RFW Centre for Country Kids and Drummond House buildings are:

  • Hand Hygiene (Sanitisation)
  • Temperature Testing
  • Completion of Infection Screening Questionnaire
  • Sign in using the RFW QR codes.
  • Wear a face mask


What happens if we become unwell in transit on the way to RFW?

In line with government guidelines we require all visitors to complete our COVID-19 Infection Screening Questionnaire upon


What happens if we become unwell during our stay at RFW?

See Infectious Disease Isolation Handout

For further information about your stay please email our Drummond House team.

 

Advice for Suppliers, Contractors, Visitors

The requirements of entry into the RFW Centre for Country Kids and Drummond House buildings are:

  • Hand Hygiene (Sanitisation)
  • Temperature Testing
  • Sign in using the RFW QR codes
  • Wear a face mask
  • Sign into Sine Pro

For further information please email Property Services Manager Michael Hawke.

Advice for Staff

The requirements of entry into the RFW Centre for Country Kids and Drummond House buildings are:

  • Hand Hygiene (Sanitisation)
  • Temperature Testing
  • Sign in using the RFW QR codes
  • Sign into Sine Pro
  • Wear a face mask
  • Confirm desk availability via Directorate contact prior to attending.

Advice for non-client guests

RFW is not currently open to non-client guests to stay in Drummond House.  We will advise you when more information becomes available.

For information please email the RFW Accommodation Team.

 

 

 

Further questions?

If you have any question or would like to speak to a representative from Royal Far West, send us a message and we will get back to you.