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Latest Ferry News

March 27 2020 - COVID19

 

Effective today, new cleaning / sanitising protocols have been implemented on the Ferry to assist in stopping the spread of COVID-19. In addition to the normal daily cleaning regime of the Ferry, there will be three additional 1 hour blocks of necessary sanitising conducted in the Ferry passenger cabin, and both terminal waiting buildings on Raymond Island and Paynesville. To ensure our cleaning team can conduct this sanitising efficiently whilst maintaining the recommended social distancing and personal safety, pedestrians and/or cyclists will not be able to travel on the Ferry during the following times:

 

0930am - 1030am

1330pm - 1430pm

1730pm - 1830pm

 

The LED signs have been updated advising on these protocols and we ask that all travellers respect these important measures put in place for everyone's health and well-being.

 

March 24 2020 - COVID19

 

As of today, East Gippsland Shire Council and Raymond Island Ferry Pty Ltd have implemented some protocols if travelling on the Ferry.

 

  1. Pedestrians and/or cyclists accessing the passenger cabin are requested to maintain the recommended social distancing of 1.5m;
  2. Vehicles using the Ferry are requested to have there vehicle windows up whilst travelling.

In addition to the above, various posters have been erected in both waiting terminals and on the Ferry providing guidance on safe hygiene practices and ways to reduce your risk of contracting Corona Virus. The operator has also implemented a more rigorous cleaning schedule to sanitise 'high traffic flow' areas on a regular basis. The LED signs have been updated advising of these protocols as well as providing website links for up to date information. We encourage all people to visit these websites on a regular basis to keep up to date with latest information.

 

www.emergency.vic.gov.au

www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/coronavirus

 

January 11 2020

Full ferry access is available. Day visitors and holidaymakers are able to travel on the ferry.

 

The ferry had been restricted to residents and essential deliveries for a time during heavy fire activity in early January.

 

 

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