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Information for Passengers

Updated 17/01/2

From 1 am Saturday 15 January domestic border restrictions will be removed with Queensland expected to hit 90% double vaccination shortly. More information will be available soon here.

From 1 am Sunday 2 January 2022 face mask requirements across Queensland include all indoor settings except for in the home and where it’s unsafe

There is no limit on gatherings in public outdoor spaces and gatherings at a private residence are limited to a maximum of 100 people if people are vaccinated.

Queenslanders can travel anywhere within the state, or outside of Queensland that is not a declared hotspot.

As of January 9, 2022, when a person becomes aware that they are a close contact, they have to get tested as soon as possible only if they have COVID-19 symptoms. All close contacts must get tested on day 6 of their quarantine period and if they develop COVID-19 symptoms. More information here.

As an accredited Queensland Department of Transport Tour Operator, Coast to Hinterland Tours is adhering to the latest guidance from state and federal authorities. See Queensland’s Roadmap to Recovery

Coast to Hinterland Tours has employed a heavy focus on hygiene and sanitation, all vehicles in the fleet undergo a thorough sanitary clean including deep clean of upholstery regularly.

Our vehicles are sanitised before and after each trip with particular attention paid to high contact areas – armrests, seatbelts, door handles, and handrails. Whilst on tour or charter, sanitation is also done as often as every two hours during scheduled stops with a hospital-grade disinfectant effective against Coronaviruses killing 99.9% of germs.

An industry-specific COVID Safe Plan has been adopted by Coast to Hinterland Tours to assure that the company operate safely and can transport more passengers in our vehicles than outlined in “Queensland’s Roadmap to Easing Restrictions”

COVID Safe Day Tours Sunshine Coast & Noosa. Coast to Hinterland Tours
What you need to know
  • Currently, there is no limit on the number of passengers specified for commercial public passenger vehicles (tour vehicles) in the state of Queensland
  • The current guidelines do not prohibit a commercial passenger vehicle from carrying more than one passenger.
  • You do not need to wear a mask if you are healthy
  • Hand Sanitiser will be provided each time you enter the vehicle
  • Any passenger with a suspected case of coronavirus or similar symptoms on the day will not be permitted to travel. A full credit will be provided.
  • In the event of a passenger spreading droplets (such as sneezing, coughing or vomiting), surfaces will be cleaned with hospital-grade disinfectant
  • Drivers will set the air-conditioning to external airflow instead of recirculation
  • A passenger must avoid direct contact with other passengers and drivers
  • We will never refuse or cancel a trip based on a passenger’s nationality, disability or cultural background. There are equal opportunity and anti-discrimination laws that apply
All passengers must practise good hand hygiene and cough/sneeze hygiene:

Wash their hands frequently with soap and water, before and after eating, and after going to the toilet

Cover their cough and sneeze with a tissue or cough/sneeze into your elbow or upper arm

If unwell, advise the driver immediately so alternative transport can be arranged
(passenger expense)

Travel Flexible

Whether you’re travelling to the Sunshine Coast to visit friends or family, we know you’re looking forward to booking your next holiday. As such, we offer the following booking flexibility.

  • Free date changes available for all Day Tours & Charters
  • Receive a full credit for all passengers in the same booking if you display signs of coronavirus or similar symptoms on the day, and as a result, you are not permitted to travel.
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The safest way to experience the Sunshine Coast