Members are encouraged to keep up to date with the latest public health order through the NSW Government COVID-19 website
Under Public Health Orders, you must have a COVID-19 Safety Plan for how your business will keep your customers and workers safe
NSW Government's COVID Safe Agricultural Shows Communication Toolkit (25/2/2021) - click here
High Resolution Resources from the COVID Safe Agricultural Shows Communication Toolkit
- Website/email copy to inform exhibitors, volunteers, trade and stall holders - click here
- Social tiles to inform exhibitors and providers - click here
- Website/email to inform general public - click here
- Social times to inform general public - click here
- Posters: COVID Safe behaviours - click here
Physical Distancing-Calculating Capacities - click here
Posters and Signage for Businesses
The COVID-19 safety guidance for large events aims to support organisers of large events and gatherings to prepare an Agricultural shows | COVID Safe | NSW Government.
The main risk at a large event is the possibility of a person with COVID-19 attending. Risk increases depending on the person’s level of infectiousness and their actions, including how closely and how long they interact with others, either directly (person-to-person) or indirectly (through contaminated surfaces). This guidance aims to reduce these risks where possible.
Resources and guidance on how to complete a COVID-19 Safety Plan for an Agricultural Show - click here.
Two example Agricultural Show COVID-19 Safety Plans.
These plans are a starting point to assist Show Societies in completing their COVID-19 Safety Plans for their annual Show.
Under Public Health Orders, all pubs, clubs, small bars, cellar doors, breweries, distilleries, karaoke bars and casinos in NSW must complete a COVID-19 Safety Plan
All pubs, clubs, small bars, cellar doors, breweries, distilleries, karaoke bars and casinos must also register as COVID Safe.
The NSW Food Authority course for hospitality may be useful for food and beverage areas - click here for the free online course.
COVID-19 Safe Hygiene Marshal - click here
The Government of South Australia provide a free 30 minute COVID-19 Marshal training course. Registration is open to anyone. (Be mindful that the Public Health Order regulations between South Australia and NSW are different) - click here.
ASC Framework for Rebooting Country Shows (updated 30 November, 2020) - click here
Attendance Register Template - click here
ASC Safety Plan Checklist COVID-19 (updated 30 November 2020) - click here
Information about routine environmental cleaning and disinfection in the community
Travel to and from NSW
Volunteers and COVID-19
Support and resources for families and individuals
Steps to become a COVID safe business
Developing a COVID19 safety plan for your caravan park or camping ground
COVID-19 Safety Plan for Community Centres and Halls
Easing of COVID19 Restrictions impact on Crown Land Reserves
COVID-19 rental relief for Crown land lease and licence holders
Eligible businesses and not-for-profits that lease or license Crown land and endured financial losses during COVID-19 will be able to apply for rent relief from the NSW Government.
Business Application Form-
Not for Profit Application Form-
The AALARA is the peak industry body for the Australian Amusement, Leisure and Recreation industries
The AALARA’S Re-opening guide, COVID-19 Action Plan and Australia’s Three Step Framework to a COVID Safe documents, while targeting fixed amusement and attraction venues, may be useful for Shows to read and understand what is required to hold a COVID-19 safe Show.
The Australian Attractions COVID-19 Industry Plan 2020 (Fourth Edition)