Coronavirus (COVID-19) Updates
We are open everyday of the School Holidays with COVID-19 safety measures in place.
Please read the following important information regarding COVIDSugarworld is working to ensure the health and safety of all patrons and staff is maintained. We want to address the growing fears around the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus) and share with you the information we have at the current time.
We are working to ensure our Park remains a safe place to visit and work. The health and safety of our community is our main priority, we always uphold a high standard of hygiene within the Park, however are taking extra precautions during this time.
We hope you will do what you can to take care of yourself and those around you, we also encourage you to use and support our community facility with confidence while it is safe to do so.
Please see the latest update on the situation below.
Remember is you are feeling unwell or showing symptoms of the flu, cough or cold to please remain away from the Park until you are feeling 100%.
Our Priority is You
WE'LL KEEP DOING OUR BIT TOO!
Regular cleaning and maintenance will continue to be in place to ensure the health and safety of you and our team.
We ask that everyone enjoying our facility does their part too. This is no time to get complacent. More than ever, we should help continue to keep our Community and State safe!
📱 Download the COVIDSafe app to protect your community and help us to find the virus faster.
May - September
Adventure Mini Golf
Saturday & Sunday 1-6pm
Update - 29/03/2021
❗ IMPORTANT GUEST & MEMBER UPDATE ❗
As per QLD Health directive, From 5pm 29 March 2021, relating to facilities outside Greater Brisbane.
- You must carry a face mask with you at all times when you leave home, unless you have a lawful reason not to.
- You must wear a mask in indoor spaces, such as:
- cafés areas (not required for patrons while seated; customer facing staff only)
- indoor recreational facilities and gyms (except if doing strenuous exercise*)
- It is strongly recommended you wear a mask when outdoors if you are unable to stay more than 1.5m distance from other people, such as busy walkways and thoroughfares.
- Masks do not need to be worn in some circumstances, including children under 12 years, where people have certain medical conditions, and in workplaces where it is not safe to do so.
- You can remove your masks to consume food or drink.
*Strenuous exercise is exercise in or above the aerobic zone including high-intensity interval training, cycling, running.
This period is subject to change in line with revisions from the State Government. Learn more here.
For full information, please refer to our website and check your email inbox for updated advice coming soon.
Let's work hard, together as a community to stop the spread! We look forward to seeing you and enjoying our facilities under these guidelines.
Update - 22/03/2021
CHECK-IN QLD APP
The Queensland Government has announced that contact tracing must be conducted using the Check In QLD App.
The Check In Qld app is available to download and use to help keep our community COVID Safe when we’re enjoying time in our facility.
Watch how the Check In QLD App works. CLICK HERE
What does this mean for you and us?
Pen and paper contract tracing methods are no longer a suitable form of contact tracing
All members, staff and visitors should download the Check in QLD App onto their smartphones.
How to use the Check in QLD App?
You should use the Check in QLD App each time you enter and exit our facility
If you do not have a smartphone or are unable to use one, others in your group can check in for you or staff at the premises will be able to check you in manually.
For more information and FAQs, CLICK HERE.
Let’s work together to manage contact tracing and prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Update - 18/12/2020The State Government and health officials have imposed new border restrictions as a result of the growing
coronavirus cluster in Sydney's Northern Beaches. Effective immediately (18.12.20) anyone travelling or
travelled since Dec 11 from the NSW hotspot areas will need to be tested and self-isolate for two weeks.
This includes visitors and residents returning home.
For the health and safety of our guests and visitors we ask these restrictions to be followed. If you are
feeling unwell or showing flu like symptoms to please get tested and not travel. If this impacts your plans or any planned visit to our venue, please contact our staff to discuss your options.
For full info and specific hotspot areas please click here
Update - 7/07/2020 4pm
We are OPEN!
We have re-opened our doors for Mini Golf! We are so excited to be pack up and running and can't wait to see you all here!
Our Water Park will remain closed for the winter and will re-open in September
For more information around what we are doing in our Park to stay Covid-safe, click the button below!
Update - 18/03/2020 5:00pm
Our Centre is CLOSED!
After careful consideration and agreement with our Council partner we are proactively closing the Sugarworld Adventure Park from March 18, 2020.
We understand that some of these measures may be inconvenient, but they have been put in place to ensure that we are doing everything possible to proactively prevent an outbreak within our facility.
Please note that the measures listed below are being reviewed on a daily basis in conjunction with advice from the government and World Health Organisation.
Hygiene Action Plan
- Signage in facilities displaying up-to-date health alerts, hygiene advice and other essential information
- Please ensure that you wipe down all equipment thoroughly with a towel after using
- Showering and washing prior to entering the pool
- Please use hand-wash facilities in the bathroom
- For anyone experiencing flu, cough and cold symptoms, we ask that you refrain from visiting the facility.
- If you did visit the facility when you were unwell, we ask that you advise the facility manager by phone or email.
Thank you for your cooperation and for respecting our responsibility.
Frequently Asked Questions Expand all
What are we doing to minimise health risks in-Centre?
The Centre will be vigilant in implementing infection control procedures including daily cleaning in accordance with normal protocols, the promotion of healthy hygiene habits and will make hand sanitiser available for staff and patrons to use while using the Centre.
What information and advice will help our members?
For now, the best advice is to follow some simple steps to help slow the spread of the virus and to reduce the risk of infection.
Follow the information and tips to help improve your safety and wellbeing, from Department of Health website