The Hedland Hotel

Covid Policy

What The Hedland Hotel are doing to reduce the spread of COVID-19:

exterior view of hedland hotel gardens with native plants Photo of the Alfresco desk with white washed walls and comfortable looking lounge chairs

In compliance with government regulations, Prendiville Group venues prioritise the safety of guests and staff through stringent COVID-19 protocols.

We understand the importance of proactive measures in safeguarding against the transmission of COVID-19. By consistently adhering to these protocols, we aim to instil confidence in our guests and demonstrate our unwavering dedication to their well-being.

 

Contact Registration

In line with government requirements, each venue will maintain attendance records of guests for the purposes of contact tracing. Guests will be required to register using the SafeWA or Service WA App on arrival at each Prendiville Group venue. Check-in forms are available for guests without a smartphone. Guests will not be permitted to enter until registered.

Vaccination

All visitors to Prendiville Group venues including accommodation and food and beverage will be required to show proof of double vaccination against COVID-19 along with valid form of identification, unless an official medical exemption is held. If unable to provide proof of vaccination, access to the venue will be denied in accordance with Western Australian current government mandates and company policy.

Photo of the exterior dining area at Rays Port Hedland with beach umbrellas and the ocean in the background

Masks

When regulated by the West Australian Government, face masks are required for all employees and patrons.

Physical Distancing

When regulated, guests and employees will be required to comply with physical distancing measures while on property in accordance with government requirements.

Hand Hygiene

Convenient hand sanitiser dispensers are readily available throughout all Prendiville hotels and venues.

Mural of turtles at the Hedland Hotel with palm trees and blue sky in the background

Cleaning Protocols

High-frequency cleaning and sanitisation have been implemented across all Prendiville Group hotels and venues with an emphasis on high-contact surfaces and frequently used areas.

We are committed to taking the necessary steps, in accordance with health requirements and Government policy, to ensure the protection of our staff, contractors, suppliers, and guests from infection.

All staff, contractors, and suppliers are required to comply with the current vaccination mandates and wear face masks when required.

selection of dishes from Rays with wine in the sunshine

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WHAT’S ON

At The Hedland Hotel, there’s always something exciting happening. Whether you’re looking to lounge poolside or eager to explore the vibrant offerings of Port Hedland, there’s an experience tailored to everyone’s tastes.

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