Yes! If you, or an immediate family member appears to be unwell and is showing known symptoms of COVID-19 – including cough, chills or sweats, sore throat and/or shortness of breath – you need to bow out and opt to reschedule for another time.
You will be able to apply for a refund or ticket exchange by emailing email@example.com. Please note, proof of purchase may be required for any refund, exchange or rescheduling.
What days and times are you operating? Are you operating as normal?AustralianSportsMuseum2020-11-17T10:24:15+10:00
Yes, Game On will have two permanent staff members stationed to monitor all hygiene and safety practices during your visit.
Each visitor will have a COVID Safety briefing at the beginning of their session, and all activities with shared equipment will be sanitised after every use. Timed tickets are in place to ensure capacity measures are closely monitored and met.
Unfortunately, there will not be any cloaking facilities provided, except where approval has been given in advance. If you wish to request approval, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that at times, wet weather gear may need to be stored to minimise health and safety risk and water damage to the museum. At this time cloaking options may include umbrella covers, self-storage or patron handling.
Upon arrival and exit of the Australian Sports Museum, patrons will be required to scan a QR code for contact tracing purposes. Enabling us to be informed of your exact movements. This data is captured in accordance with MCG Privacy Policies and will be disposed of after 28 days, as outlined by the Victorian Department of Health and Human Services. After this time, all records will be deleted.
What measures and standards of cleaning are in place to keep the public safe?AustralianSportsMuseum2020-11-17T10:37:40+10:00
The Australian Sports Museum’s highest priority is to ensure the continued health and safety of visitors and staff. We have implemented measures to assist in physical distancing, increased personal hygiene and cleaning in line with the latest Victorian Government and Department of Health and Human Services guidelines.
This means that all communal or shared equipment within the museum will be disinfected and cleaned between every use.