Being outdoors on a 54 hectare property, breathing in the fresh country air and being active remains a safe place for a family group who is not required to self-isolate, providing current standard public health and safety expectations are followed.
Before you arrive at Woodhouse:
When you arrive, we ask that you:
While at Woodhouse, we ask that your group pays particular attention to:
Visit SA Health for more COVID-19 tips and up to date information.
Additional precautions Woodhouse is taking to keep guests safe:
On the other side of this uncertainty and social disconnection, we know that camps and outdoor experiences have never been more important to people's mental and physical health and we welcome you with open arms (no touching, though!)
The health and safety of our visitors and staff is always our top priority. We meet regularly to discuss our ongoing response and ensure we have the latest information and we are closely following all advice received from Australian medical authorities, as well as the World Health Organisation (WHO), regarding precautions that are needed to minimise risks concerned with COVID-19.
Our everyday practices regarding health and hygiene are already held in high regard however our cleaning regime in bathrooms and high touch point areas have been checked to ensure they meet COVID-19 related guidelines and regulations to ensure the safety and well-being of our visitors.
Discs for Disc Golf, Tubes for Tube Sliding and orienteering maps are being sanitised after each use and you can freely enjoy weaving through the Labyrinth (with slide and fireman's pole being regularly sanitised), wandering down our Wetlands trail and going on Woodhouse Scavenger Hunt without a need to touch anything.