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16 April Tour Updates

After a couple of months in hibernation, we are really excited to be are heading back out on the road. With the WA Government lifting some regional borders and increasing group sizes to 20 people we have released a number of tours for the end of May. 

We have selected tours, attractions and suppliers that can offer us an enjoyable tour while maintaining the government and health requirements to keep everyone safe.

We have also modified a number of our operational procedures. For this range of tours we have implemented the following COVID Safe Practices:

• Maximum 20 passengers in 48 seat coaches

• 1.5m Distance Seating

• Access to Hand Sanitizer

• Implemented improved coach cleaning methods

• Using disposable cups and utensils where possible

• Tour Staff have been COVID Hygiene Trained

• Daily Temperature Checks

• Increased coach airflow via roof hatches

At present we are planning 6 tours departing in May. Please browse through the links below or see the attached tour programs:

23rd May: 1 Day Tastes of the Northern Valleys Tour 

24th May: 1 Day Alpacas in the Gardens of Jalbrook Estate Tour 

25th May: 4 Day Albany & Stirling Ranges Tour 

27th May: 3 Day Pinnacles at Night & Lesueur National Park Tour

30th May: 1 Day Bibbulmun Track – In Autumn Tour 

31st May: 1 Day Wave Rock & Hippos Yawn Tour

As the situation is still quite fluid we will be making changes to some aspects of the tours. These regions and operators are excited to have us back and we look forward to touring with you again. 

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16 April Tour Updates

As we are all waiting and watching what restrictions will be eased and they will be done in a staggered manner and will vary state by state. International borders are set to remain shut for the rest of the year, which gives way to domestic travel.

After that, people will start venturing to intrastate holidays and tourist towns. Interstate travel will follow next. With globetrotting on hold for months, Tourism Minister Simon Birmingham this week flagged a push to encourage Australians to “holiday at home”.

Like all tourism and travel businesses, all we can do is have our plans,  get the rule book, read it and off we go and the team is ready and waiting to go.

Australia’s response to the virus has been pretty good and we will be perceived as a safe destination. For now we are looking at destinations within Western Australia to start with and as the Government  approvals for travel ease we will be extending our tours throughout the nation.

With everything that has occurred and international travel off the  travel list for now what is your Australia’s Bucket List? 

Follow the link to download:The Great Wait News 16 April 2020

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23 March Tour Updates

We appreciate everyone’s patience and understanding regarding your upcoming departures. Under Federal and State direction Casey Australia Tours have postponed departures in the interim.

As the situation develops, we will continue to monitor everything we can. As soon as the risk to the community is removed, we will select a new departure date for this tour.

The team wish you and your families all the best at this time and hope for a quick return to a more stable environment. Once the COVID situation is taken under control we look forward to getting back on the road with you.

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20 March Tour Updates

It’s an interesting and challenging time throughout the nation. At this point, the situation continues to evolve and we are mindful of the need to be vigilant in protecting the health of our passengers, staff and the community.

The team are currently intending to complete all tours on our current program. As situations develop, we will continue to monitor everything we can. If we are unable to depart on your tour, we will give you as much notice as possible and will offer alternatives.

We will keep our passengers informed of any decisions made regarding tours as soon as they are made. Once the COVID situation is taken under control we believe Australian Domestic travel will be a great option for safe holidaying for a long extended period.

We wish you and your families all the best at this time and hope for a quick return to a more stable environment when we can get back out and see this beautiful country.

In the meatime, head to the website check out the tours that we do offer and have a think about what part of the country you have not travelled yet and contact the team for more details.

“When you’re ready, there will be no shortage of incredible adventures, and epic road trips, and our friendly team will be here to welcome you. This year, and next year, the best holiday will be right here”

Follow the link to read: COVID19 20 March 2020

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13 March Tour Updates

This is to provide our passengers with the latest information to help guide and support you for your upcoming tours with the team  in regards to the Coronavirus (COVID-19). At the time of this email, the risk of COVID-19 infection remains low in Australia, however, the situation continues to evolve and we are mindful of the need to be vigilant in protecting the health of our passengers and the community. 

Whilst it is important to remain alert but not alarmed, we have taken a number of steps to increase your protection. While we have always maintained high cleaning standards we have stepped up our routine cleaning, with disinfectant spray and liquids, this includes cleaning and disinfecting surfaces and fixtures in the coach including hand rails, armrests and bathrooms. Hand sanitizer have always and will continue to be provided, we also recommend carrying a personal supply for when not in the coach.

The most important thing to avoid catching any virus, be it coronavirus, the flu or the common cold, is to wash your hands and avoid touching your face, regularly wash your hands, use hand sanitizer, cover your sneeze or cough with your arm, not your hands. If you’re healthy, wearing a mask is not recommended according to the World Health Organisation. If you have respiratory issues like coughing or sneezing, then you should wear a mask. If you have flu-like symptoms, you should seek your doctor’s advice.

For more information on Coronavirus, visit the Australian Department of Health, contact the National Coronavirus Health Information Line on 1800 020 080. 

We look forward to another interesting, exciting and fun tour through beautiful country and we will continue to monitor the situation as it evolves and advise you of any information relevant.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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