In line with supporting government advice designed to limit the spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19), RAC is temporarily closing all parks and resorts, effective immediately.
The following restrictions will apply across RAC’s nine parks and resorts:
Accepting essential travellers in extenuating circumstances only
- RAC Cable Beach Holiday Park
- RAC Cervantes Holiday Park
- RAC Busselton Holiday Park
- RAC Margaret River Nature Park
- RAC Esperance Holiday Park
Closed to all until May 1, 2020
- RAC Exmouth Cape Holiday Park
- Ningaloo Reef Resort in Coral Bay
- RAC Monkey Mia Dolphin Resort
- RAC Karri Valley Resort
RAC Executive General Manager Tourism Tony Pickworth said RAC was committed to the health and safety of guests and staff.
“Like all tourism operators across WA and Australia, we’ve been closely monitoring and responding to the latest health advice surrounding COVID-19,” Mr Pickworth said.
“The latest direction from the government and health authorities is that all non-essential travel should not proceed, and so we have made the decision to temporarily close our nine destinations to all people other than those in extenuating circumstances.
“We regret any inconvenience and disruption this will cause, but our absolute highest priority is the health and safety of our guests, our people, our members, and the wider Western Australian community.”
RAC will not be accepting new bookings for the month of April and will be providing flexible options for all guests with existing bookings to amend or cancel their stays, including offering full refunds.
For more information, visit RAC's website.
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