Welcome back- Phase 3 (from 6th June, 2020)
With restrictions easing yet again going into Phase 3, we’re excited to announce that we are able to open our doors to regular traffic, without the need of bookings. Despite this exciting change, Covid-19 is still very much a risk within our community and we are being asked to maintain essentially all of the previous operational and hygiene measures which were in place in the previous phase.
If you are excited to join us for a climb, whether you have been in yet or not, please read our Phase 3 Safety Plan and become familiarised with the measures that are being enforced within The Boulder Hub at this time. This will ensure that you are adequately prepared for your time at our facility. Please not that we are limiting the number of visitors within the facility to 40. To help us facilitate this we are are asking that people still employ the ‘get in and get out’ philosophy, and keep their time at the hub to under 2 hrs. Members are able to reactivate their memberships at this time.
We are incredibly grateful that the Australian Government and the Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) acknowledge that exercise plays a significant role in the lives of Australians and hope that together, we can mitigate the risks, create new habits and continue to move forward.
Our Safety Plan
The purpose of our Covid-19 Safety Plan is to enable us to operate in a manner which is compliant with government expectations, and mitigates the risks of spread to our community of climbers.
We are asking our community to be aware of, respect, fulfill and uphold all measures included in this document for the sake of their own health, the health of other community members as well as our staff. Our safety plan will be displayed at the entrance and throughout our facility. The ability of our community to access climbing/ bouldering facilities hinges on the successful implementation of these Covid 19 Safety Plans.
Our underlying plan has been developed as the result of a collaboration between Sport Climbing WA and commercial facilities, and incorporates strategies to mitigate risk of transmission, based on information obtained from The World Health Organisation, AIS, and the Australian Government.
Please click on link below to view our Safety Plan