COVID-19: What you need to know
We’re a relaxed community, however when it comes to keeping ourselves and our visitors safe – we take this very seriously.
Whilst the Government’s stay home directive is still in place, from 15 May 2020, the rules have relaxed slightly, for more information, please click here.
Despite this relaxation of restrictions, travel for the purpose of recreation or holiday is still not permitted but the Kiama Area will be ready and waiting for when it is safe for you to travel again.
For the latest advice on COVID-19 please click here.
Please also refer to the Kiama Municipal Council website for more information about COVID-19 and our area. If you are a local business we have created a COVID-19 Resource Hub which we hope will provide you with a complete summary assistance on offer nation-wide.
For our local community we’ll start off with some good news. We have the most talented and innovative businesses, who are doing their best to keep their staff employed and provide us with excellent service and products. Most are currently having to modify their operations to continue operating, while others, very sadly, have had to suspend operations temporarily. In order for you to stay updated with the changes, we will continue to update the following pages as information becomes available:
Please click here to see a comprehensive list of all businesses with any notable changes.
Please see the section below on supporting our local communities. Now more than ever we need to support each other every way we can.
For our local community: if you would like to stay updated on facebook about what’s being offered online, delivered, and/or pickup/takeaway to support our local businesses, please join the Kiama@Home group.
Also the Kiama and District Business Chamber has developed an initiative to indicate changes to local businesses at their physical store/office. If you see a ✅ in the window of a business, this means that despite looking closed, they may have adapted their business to try and stay afloat during these uncertain times (many are noting these changes on the posters).