Rotoroa Island and COVID-19

Auckland is at Traffic Light Orange status - Please read below information on what we are doing to keep our visitors and team safe while you experience our island sanctuary.

Rotoroa is an island sanctuary where visitors can connect with nature. It is also a semi remote island with no medical facilities to deal with a Covid-19 case and emergency services may take some time to respond. We want keep our visitors and team staff, so have taken a practical approach to our policy and considered risk on the basis of the level of close contact indoors. 

We look forward to seeing you; please help us by observing the following:

  • We require all Super's House guests that are booking 'by bedroom' to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19 (no exceptions, including children) This is because you may be sharing the house with other groups, not known to you. Note - Guests making a Full House booking, therefore occupying the entire accommodation (Holiday Home/ Super's House - Full House), are not required to be vaccinated. 
  • We may require evidence of vaccination status prior to arrival (NZ government’s My Vaccine Pass)
  • Masks are encouraged inside all (public) buildings and social distancing to be practiced
  • Adherence to the requirements of the current NZ Government Covid-19 level
  • If anyone feels unwell/has Covid-19 symptoms while on island – they must immediately advise our duty ranger
  • If you are unwell, please stay at home
     

On Rotoroa Island, we are: 

  • Providing hand sanitizer in our toilets, in addition to liquid soap. 
  • Undertaking regular deep cleaning in our public facilities and after each accommodation visit
  • Currently closing lesser used public buildings (Salisbury Room and Schoolhouse) 
  • Our island based staff and regular volunteers are fully vaccinated
     

Stay at home if you feel unwell and call healthline on 0800 358 5453

For COVID-19 information, please visit NZ Government's Unite Against Covid-19 website

For Auckland specific information please visit NZ Government's Covid Regional advice website 

For Fullers360 ferry updates, please visit Fullers360 Website Covid-19 Response

Updated 5 May 2022.