A: Yes. Cataract Scout Park’s COVID-safe procedures follow federal and state government health regulations and the framework set by the Outdoor Council of Australia for rebooting outdoor activities.
We are committed to working with our guests to abide by physical distancing restrictions. This may include splitting large groups up into smaller activity-based groups. Hand sanitiser is available in all conference rooms and accommodation.
We appreciate your partnership as we implement these measures and keep Cataract Scout Park and our visitors COVID-safe.
A: Closed shoes must be worn at all times. Depending on your chosen activities, it’s advisable to wear clothes and shoes you are happy to get a little muddy or wet!
A: Yes – unless there are fire restrictions. A campfire is a great way to unwind at the end of a fun-filled day! Please check with Management on the day to discuss campfire rules.
A: Check-in and check-out times are dependent on your program of activities. Our team will discuss and confirm these details with you. T
A: Yes. Please speak to our team about any dietary requirements.
A: No – we welcome guests of all ages!
A: Yes. But we know there are always improvements to make! If you think of anything on your visit to make the Park more sustainable, we’d love to know.
Cataract Scout Park is water-conscious and we do our part in conserving this precious resource. We ask that our visitors think before they turn a tap on, always look at pipelines in the sites they visit and report any leaks to the Park Office or Weekend Rangers immediately.