As COVID-19 begins to impact our communities, we are continuing to monitor the evolving situation, and are responding cautiously, with a commitment to provide a safe and healthy environment for you.
As such, and in accordance with advice from relevant health authorities, including the Australian Government Department of Health, we have implemented a range of precautionary actions designed to help mitigate the spread of the virus within our Centre.
We have strengthened our already stringent cleaning processes, placing a heightened focus on sanitising ‘high-touch points’, with high-grade disinfectant, as well as increasing the number of cleaning rotations during each day. We have placed Australian Government-issued information posters, which provide crucial information on how to ‘stop the spread of COVID-19’ in our bathrooms for our community to reference. We continue to work in close coordination with our tenants to ensure that we are all doing our part in helping to keep our shared environments clean and are keeping our team members up to date with new information and advice from the relevant health authorities.
We will continue to closely monitor updates and advice from the relevant health authorities and are prepared to act as the situation develops. It goes without saying that our community’s health and wellbeing comes first as we navigate this situation together. With all that said, we remain open for business and sincerely look forward to seeing you at Coburns Central.
As restrictions ease, we continue to provide the community with the most up to date information. Please click here for further details on what these new restrictions mean for Coburns Central.
Considering a visit to Coburns Central? It’s important to plan your trip in advance to help keep our community safe. Here are some things to think about when planning your visit:
1. Avoid visiting the centre at peak times
2. Check store trading hours and individual conditions of entry in advance
3. Pre-book restaurants, and beauty and health appointments
4. Most importantly, if you are feeling unwell reconsider your visit and stay at home
Please click here for more details regarding what you can do to help keep our community safe when visiting our centre. .