News – Coronavirus
Statement: COVID-19 (Coronavirus)
UPDATED: Sunday, March 27 2020
The current recommendation is that no-one should be taking non-essential travel. All scheduled tours from Monday March 30 2020 are suspended until further notice, as per the federal government’s guidelines to have only two people in a gathering.
What tours are still happening?
What we have easily counts as physical and mental exercise, so we are still open to taking requests for a solo private tour of 90 minutes on that basis (priced at $30pp), until further guidelines are announced. We will only do this for those who are not required to be in self-isolation and are not presenting with any cold/flu-like symptoms.
Guests will be asked about their movements prior to arriving in Adelaide, as we will kindly remind everyone that all entrants into Australia from Monday March 16, and all entrants into South Australia from Monday March 23 must self-isolate for 14 days to help prevent the spread of coronavirus.
For those who do walk with us, you will be advised to comply with the following:
– Social distancing of 1.5 metres
– No handshaking
Guests are also welcome to wear a mask if they wish. The guide will not be wearing a mask to avoid a muffled voice.
Please contact us to request a date and time.
We offer a range of online services for schools and businesses as well as the general public, and hope that we can be useful during this time in a virtual space. Please refer to our virtual services page here.
It is with great sadness that our regular tours will be on hold until further notice. We anticipate that we may be able to start accepting bookings from October, but urge you not to book until close to the time as we will not issue refunds relating to the virus (only a reschedule).
Our operations are subject to change at any time, and this statement will be continuously updated.
If you are well, we hope to have you discover this great part of the world with us even in this time of uncertainty. We hope that you want to discover the history and culture of what makes Adelaide and South Australia so great – either physically to maintain general fitness and well-being, or virtually.