Covid-19

COVID-19 | Travel Safety Information

In accordance with the Victorian government announcement made on 30th June, Victorian postcodes 3012, 3021, 3032, 3038, 3042, 3046, 3047, 3055, 3060 and 3064 are subject to further lockdown restrictions. Guests from these postcodes are not permitted to stay at the Merry Beach Caravan Park. If you live within one of these postcodes and have a booking between June 2nd and July 29th, please contact the Park directly to make alternative arrangements.

For full details please visit the Department of Health and Human Services

What are we doing to reduce the risk of COVID-19?

The safety and wellbeing of our guests and employees are highest priority as COVID-19 continues to pose a health risk across the globe.

  • We assure you that we are taking hygiene seriously. You can be confident that our park is being cleaned to the highest of standards, and that our staff are employing heightened levels of sanitation
  • From issuing your key, and amenities blocks, we’re in overdrive ensuring every touchpoint has been cleaned vigilantly

What should I do if I have a booking?

If any you’re uncertain about your booking please contact the park directly via email, we are being inundated with calls and would appreciate emails where possible to ensure we can get back to you regarding your booking as soon as possible.  We please ask for your cooperation and patience while we endeavour to respond to everyone as soon as possible, as we are currently dealing with a large number of enquiries.

How can I keep up to date with information from Merry Beach Caravan Park?

Keep a close eye on our Facebook page for any updates or changes. If you have any questions specific to your booking please email the park at stay@merrybeachcaravanpark.com.au and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Where can I go for more information on COVID-19 and travel restrictions? 

For official updates about COVID-19 visit https://www.health.gov.au/news/health-alerts/novel-coronavirus-2019-ncov-health-alert/coronavirus-covid-19-advice-for-travellers