Updated 27 July 2020:
The outdoors can provide many people with a place to get away from feelings of anxiety, stress and concern. These are all feelings which may become elevated as the country navigates its way through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Western Australia entered Phase 4 easing of restrictions on 26 June.
Yes, you can continue to take part in Outdoor Recreation, and you should keep doing it. It has positive influences on mind and body. You should keep in mind that while the spread of COVID-19 infection seems to have been controlled in WA, it’s still sensible to maintain good personal hygiene and keep your distance from others in public spaces where practical.
We recommend that you follow the specific advice of your club’s state sporting association or peak body.
GSCORE will provide more information as it is received from other associations. If you have any further enquiries, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Yes. Restrictions on this kind of activity have now been removed. Exercise good personal hygiene when using public facilities.
Most DBCA managed national parks and reserves are currently open for use by visitors, aside from William Bay National Park which is closed for refurbishment and expected to open in August.
The City of Albany’s nature-based campsites now open include:
For more information, visit the City of Albany’s camping page.
Online campground bookings for Parks and Wildlife Service sites are now available here.