COVID Safe Plan for Visitors & General Safety
To ensure safety of all visitors, everyone will need to abide by the Covid Safe Plan for Rumble on the Reef. Below is Guideline on the event and how you can be covid safe during Rumble on the Reef.
Event organisers have the right to refuse entry and may insist that anyone with COVID-19 symptoms needs to leave the event and obtain COVID-19 testing as per health guidelines.
Feeling unwell or having Covid Symptoms
If you are having flu like symptoms or covid symptoms, stay home or if this is occurring during the event see the first aid tent to speak to a first aid officer. View on Site plan below.
When you come to the park each day, you will need to scan a QR code, these are available all over the skatepark and you can either register as a general visitor for contact tracing, or register to compete or participate. If you are registering to compete you wont need to do contact tracing as well.
Please keep 1.5m (2 skateboards) between yourself and household members from other attendees. Look for the chalk paint markings on the ground.
Hand sanitizing stations are available across the site, please use these whenever you can.
Follow Markings & Signage
Certain locations will have marks on the ground to keep distancing and other signage and information, please follow this accordingly.
We have seating and shade on both sides of the park to spread people out. If one side of the park is busy please move to the other viewing area.
Covid Safe App
You can download the covid safe app in google play or itunes to help track covid cases.
High Fives and handshakes
We recommend the elbow bump to maintain safe hand hygeine.
Food and Beverage
Markings will be present to maintain social distancing. Please follow these guidelines.
You are welcome to bring your own seating and picnic rugs to have your own space during the event.
Fountains will be turned off, so please bring water or purchase from the bar or food truck.
Alcohol and Competitors
All Competitors over 18 will now be required to wear a wristband during competition days. This means you will not be able to drink prior or during competing.