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Welcome to ClubMulwala

We are proud of the wide range of facilities, activities and events we offer to our members and guests.  We have a proud history and we are an active organisation in our local community.

Thankyou for visiting ClubMulwala.  Please reach out if there is anything you need.

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NEWS UPDATES

 

Mulwala Bridge Works - Transport for NSW

Published 17 February 2021

Transport for NSW is starting work on a substantial maintenance project on Mulwala Bridge. Work includes replacing a vertical steel strut and upgrading the existing pedestrian crossing.

To minimise impacts to motorists, we will be carrying out the first stage at night between 9pm and 6am from Monday to Thursday, from Monday 1 March, with one lane remaining open to traffic at all times.

We will keep the community updated as work progresses. This essential maintenance is expected to take about nine months to complete, weather and border circumstances permitting.

We acknowledge border communities have been put under additional strain over the last 12 months due to Coronavirus, border closures and restrictions. The community’s wellbeing is important to us, so we have planned a work program to limit impacts as much as possible. We will mostly be working at night and work will stop during Easter and the April school holidays to allow full access to holiday makers and travelling families.

A website has been set up with details of the project can be found here https://www.rms.nsw.gov.au/projects/mulwala-bridge-maintenance/index.html

 

 

Mulwala Re-zoned to Green

Published 18 January 2021

 

Summary
Victoria has established a permit system for all domestic travel into Victoria.
Victoria’s Chief Health Officer has now declared all Local Government Areas (LGA) in NSW’s border bubble,  including Mulwala, to be green zones from 6pm on 18 January.

What does it mean?
Victorian residents who live outside the 'border bubble' can travel to NSW green zones without needing to isolate on their return.

Victorian Travel Permit 
You will need to apply for a permit to re-enter Victoria.
Link: Apply online for a permit.

Border Communities / The ‘Border Bubble'
Those living in our border communities will continue to be able to access the ‘border bubble’– using their driver’s licence to prove their residential address. If you live in one of the border communities you do not need to apply for a permit.  List of Border communities here: https://www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au/information-cross-border-communities

When you visit ClubMulwala

ClubMulwala is registered as a COVID-Safe venue and adheres to our COVID-Safe Management Plan. Our number one priority and commitment has always been the safety and wellbeing of our Members, Guests, Staff and community.

All members and guests are now required to check in using the Covid Safe check-in app.  Our staff will gladly assist you in this process, but to save you some time we recommend you download the SERVICE NSW APP by clicking the following link – https://www.service.nsw.gov.au/covid-safe-check-in

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Travel restrictions and the Border Bubble

Published 12 January 2021

The following information has been collated from official State Government sites.  Please refer to the links included for further detail.

Link: https://www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au/victorian-travel-permit-system

Summary

Victoria is establishing a permit system for all domestic travel into Victoria.

From 5:59pm on 11 January, you will need to apply for a permit to enter Victoria from anywhere in Australia. 

Link: Apply online for a permit.

The permit system is based on a traffic light system which allows for areas across Australia to be designated as green, orange or red according to their risk.

Mulwala is in an orange zone.  However the Border Bubble still applies (see below)

The permit system is for both travellers to Victoria and residents of Victoria returning home from interstate travel.

I am entering Victoria from an ‘orange zone’. Can I get a permit?

Yes, so long as you have not travelled to a red zone within the last 14 days. You will be granted a travel permit to enter Victoria.  You will need to get a COVID-19 test within 72 hours of arrival and self-isolate before and after your test, until you get a negative test result.

Link: https://www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au/victorian-travel-permit-system-faqs

Border Communities / The ‘Border Bubble

Those living in our border communities will continue to be able to access the ‘border bubble’– using their driver’s license to prove their residential address. If you live in one of the border communities you do not need to apply for a permit.  List of Border Bubble communities here: https://www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au/information-cross-border-communities

I live in a Victorian border community and have travelled into a New South Wales border community. Do I need to get tested or quarantine when I return?

No. As a Victorian border community resident you do not need to get tested or quarantine when you return to Victoria if you have only travelled within New South Wales border communities. 

You should, however, monitor for symptoms for coronavirus (COVID-19). If you have any symptoms, get tested and stay at home until you get a negative test result. You should also regularly check the list of exposure sites online. 

Link: https://www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au/information-cross-border-communities

 

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New Covid-Safe Check-In System

Published 7 January 2021

ClubMulwala is registered as a COVID-Safe venue and adheres to our COVID-Safe Management Plan. Our number one priority and commitment has always been the safety and wellbeing of our Members, Guests, Staff and community.

All members and guests are now required to check in using the Covid Safe check-in app.  Our staff will gladly assist you in this process, but to save you some time we recommend you download the SERVICE NSW APP by clicking the following link – https://www.service.nsw.gov.au/covid-safe-check-in

* If you don’t have a smartphone our friendly staff are on-hand to assist you*.  Just let us know upon arrival.

If you have a smartphone, upon arrival at the Club, please complete the following steps:

STEP 1 – Use your smartphone camera to scan the QR code at our entrance 
STEP 2 – Tap the link that pops up on your screen
STEP 3 – Follow the Service NSW App prompts to Check-In (remember to add any dependants)
STEP 4 – Show your Check-In confirmation to a Reception Staff member and answer any screening questions
STEP 5 – Upon leaving Check-Out using the Service NSW App

Please note that the above may be subject to change as we continue to take the advice of NSW Government, NSW Health and our peak industry body, ClubsNSW

 

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Travel restrictions and the Border Bubble

Published 5 January 2021

As of the 1st of January 2021, the border between Victoria and NSW is closed.

However a "Border Bubble" is in place which enables residents of towns along the NSW/Victorian Border to travel across the Border and return by just showing their Driver's Licence.  (see HERE for details of the Border restrictions)

The Border Bubble is quite expansive and we hope visitors from throughout the region will continue to support the towns affected by the Border shutdown.  Furthermore, it is a great opportunity for visitors to come to Mulwala as many accommodation venues now have vacancies.

So to our Border residents - come stay/dine/play/relax with us!

And to our visitors currently restricted from coming to sunny Mulwala, we hope circumstances change soon and we will see you again in the near future.

Regards

Management & Staff

ClubMulwala