Visiting RACV Resorts
Staying Safe Together
Keeping you safe is our top priority, which is why we’ve made some changes to the way our facilities operate at our RACV Resort properties.
In line with government advice, from 5 November 2021 and until further notice, all staff, Members and guests aged 16+ must be fully vaccinated or have a valid medical exemption to visit or stay at any of our RACV Club and Resort properties in Victoria. Please be ready to show evidence of your vaccination status or medical exemption when you visit our facilities.
The safety and wellbeing of the community is our top priority. This is a very complex and sensitive matter and for more information we encourage you to visit the Australian Government Health Department website.
Our Victorian Resorts
Our regional Victorian Resorts have commenced reopening facilities to those Members and guests who do not reside at a Melbourne Metropolitan or Mildura Rural City Council address.
The current status for our Resorts is as follows:
- RACV Resorts at Torquay, Inverloch, Goldfields and Cobram is open and welcoming guests.
- RACV Resorts at Cape Schanck and Healesville will commence reopening in a limited capacity for Members and guests from 5 November.
Our Queensland and Tasmanian Resorts
Our resorts in Queensland and Tasmania are open. Please check specific facility opening hours before your visit. Restrictions may apply for guests arriving from high risk areas or exposure sites.
Advice for guests at RACV Resorts
We are currently unable to accept visitors or guests to RACV Resort properties if you or anyone in your party:
- are required to test for COVID-19 and isolate or quarantine,
- have visited a hot spot or exposure site, or
- are currently awaiting COVID-19 test results
- Feel unwell and display any symptoms of illness
Please see our detailed advice below for RACV Resorts guests.
We thank you for your patience and support.
We will handle your information to comply with government guidelines regarding the COVID-19 health emergency and to assist local health authorities with contact tracing. Incomplete or inaccurate information will affect the ability of health authorities to conduct their inquiries and to contact you if you’re at risk. Our Privacy Charter (racv.com.au/privacy) explains how you can contact us, get access to and update your information, and how to lodge a privacy complaint.