Keeping Cockington Green Gardens Coronavirus-COVID 19 Safe

Cockington Green Gardens is committed to supporting governments and health authorities in restricting the spread of Coronavirus-COVID 19. This commitment extends to ensuring the health, safety and well being of all visitors and our staff.

New government directives and regulations informed by expert medical advice are designed to restrict the spread of Coronavirus-COVID 19. The following information is provided to inform of steps taken and procedures implemented by Cockington Green Gardens to deliver an attraction that is COVID safe.

Our commitment to provide a COVID safe environment needs the cooperation of all visitors and staff and we thank everyone in advance for their support.

  • You should not visit if you or anyone in your household have any symptoms of COVID 19 (such as
    fever or new and/or regular coughs)
  • If you feel unwell during your visit, locate and inform a staff member
  • All visitors and staff are encouraged to download Australian Government COVID Safe App
  • Daily, weekly and monthly cleaning schedules have been reviewed and implemented to meet our
    new Quality Tourism Framework COVID19 Business Cleaning Policy and Procedures
  • Extensive cleaning will be undertaken regularly during each day to meet above requirements
Arriving at Cockington Green Gardens:
  • All visitors are required to check-in using the ACT Government Check-In CBR App (mandatory and other state and territory apps are not accepted in the ACT just as the ACT app is not accepted in other jurisdictions)
  • If you do not have the Check-In CBR App or a device that supports the Check-In CBR App, our staff have a facility to support your entry although having the app and signing in yourself will expedite entry
  • Designated entry areas as directed
  • Designated social distancing queuing points established
  • Keeping Visitors COVID Safe leaflet provided to all guests
In the Display:
  • Maintain 1.5m social distancing
  • Walking only in the display (no running)
  • Cover face appropriately when coughing or sneezing
  • No spitting anywhere in the attraction
  • Placement of hand-sanitisation stations throughout the display and in retail areas
  • Directional arrows and information signage to assist traffic flow and remind about social distancing requirements and responsibilities
  • Contactless retail transactions
  • Controlling visitor numbers in the attraction at any one time (subject to Government advice)
  • Report any breaches or suspected breaches of safety protocols to Cockington Green Gardens staff
  • All staff briefed on assisting and supporting visitors in observing social distancing and hygiene safety