Yorke Peninsula Council Holiday Parks
Council’s Caravan Parks are monitoring the COVID-19 situation constantly and under recommendations from SA Health, we as a business have implemented a number of additional processes and policies to ensure that the risk of contamination is minimised as much as possible to protect our guests and employees.
We understand that you may be nervous about travelling or your upcoming stay with us, however, please rest assured, we are taking every precaution to keep you safe. Hygiene and cleanliness is always a priority across every aspect of our caravan parks and we ask that our patrons also exercise sensible judgement.
In response to the Prime Minister’s announcement on 24th March 2020, and the restrictions around non-essential domestic travel, Yorke Peninsula Council Holiday Parks, have had to make some extremely difficult decisions with regard to the provision of services throughout this difficult period.
As per the Government guidelines – ‘essential travel’ is described as per the following;
- Necessary activities for work purposes
- Essential accommodation while stopping at one location during a current road trip
- Travel on compassionate grounds, and
- Travel required to return to your place of residence
For guests who are needing to stay with us over the coming weeks and months, we will be supporting and encouraging self-distancing and hygiene measures, so you and your travelling companion/s remain safe, and protect the safety of others.
As a result, all of our parks will be taking the following measures;
- Our Yorke Peninsula Council Holiday Parks will remain open to provide an ‘essential’ service to those in need. Our priority is to ensure the health and safety of our staff, park guests and the wider community, while at the same time committing to the needs of those that require our ‘essential’ services.
- All bookings and payments will be taken over the phone
- We will pre-arrange a self-check in for you
- All ‘essential travel’ vehicles must be self-contained with own cooking, toilet and shower facilities
- Camper trailers, roof-top tents, tents and the like will not be permitted and guests will be referred to a self-contained cabin
- Camp Kitchens will be closing for the foreseeable future, however, all outdoor BBQ’s will remain open
- All that have upcoming bookings will be contacted via email to advise of the options going forward
- Park Managers will continue to update patrons via social pages and email as the situation evolves
For those of you who have a non-essential booking within the next 60 days, please contact the park directly to discuss your options.
If guests choose to cancel on their own volition then there will be 2 choices;
- A full credit toward a future booking will be issued OR
- A full refund of monies paid, minus a 20% administration fee (as per current refund policy)
Yorke Peninsula Council directly manage five caravan parks throughout the region, each with their own unique point of difference.
Whether you are into Sun, Surf, Sand or Shipwrecks, you will find something for everyone on the Yorke Peninsula, and there really is no better way to explore this area than by basing yourself at one of the beautiful caravan parks in the region.