As restrictions have relaxed for South Australia, we are hopeful the arrival of Stage 2 will allow us to safely welcome a few more visitors in time for the June 8 long weekend!
With regional travel allowed during Stage 1 we’ve been happy to see a few families in the area, camping and enjoying the lovely Cooper. The winter rains have left a few wildflowers around and the quiet outback beauty of Innamincka carries on.
For now we will continue on in Caretaker Mode until Stage 2 arrives. We can’t welcome you inside the pub for a meal or drink just yet, but we can offer accommodation, takeaway meals and takeaway drink sales… or give you a smile and a wave from the door.
Give us a call, drop us a line and let us know if you’re keen to come out when it is safe to do so. We miss you and would love to see you!
TICSA Accreditation Requirements
The following practices are required to be adhered to by all visitors to our business.
Adhere to a 1.5meter distance between family groups and other guests/visitors as well as with staff.
- Minimise touching of walls, doors, benches in public spaces
- Avoid touching items that you do not intend to purchase
- Limit contact with others, no handshaking etc.
- If using reusable bags ensure they are cleaned or washed before each use
- Make contactless payments if possible
Hand washing and hygiene
- Hand sanitiser is conveniently located in prominent areas, please use these upon entry to our premise/prior to embarking
- Don’t touch your mouth, nose or eyes after touching surfaces
Coughing/sneezing in public spaces
- When coughing and sneezing
- Cover mouth and nose with flexed elbow of tissue
- Throw tissue into closed bin immediately after use
- Clean hands with alcohol based hand rub or soap and water after coughing or sneezing
If you are feeling unwell
Please stay home if you are sick, if you are displaying symptoms of COVID-19, have been in close contact with a person who has COVID-19 or have been tested positive for COVID-19 and following have not yet received a negative test result. You should call the National Coronavirus hotline (1800 020 080).