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Welcome to The Banjo!

The Banjo Paterson Inn, Jindabyne’s premium venue for food, drinks & entertainment.

Current Policy - Updated 17 March 2021

As we strive to provide a safe environment for our staff, guests and local community we also ask all those planning to visit our hotel to familiarise yourself with our digital Service NSW QR code sign-in system.

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CONDITIONS OF ENTRY:

The Banjo Paterson Inn will now have one point of entry and exit only, at this point we require the following:

  • Valid identification.

  • All patrons attending a hotel will be required to register their name and contact details on entry via the Service NSW App to the venue. Patrons who refuse or are unable to comply with this condition must be refused entry to the venue. 

  • All existing conditions of entry including: Policies on intoxication, dress code, age will remain.

  • We ask those showing signs of sickness to stay home.

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SOCIAL DISTANCING:

To adhere to government social distancing regulations we will be implementing the following:

  • For bookings over 10 people please call the hotel on (02) 6456 2372
  • We ask all those visiting the hotel take the guidance of the Safety Plan and maintain a 1.5m distance from guests not within their visiting party.

  • Guests may now consume alcohol standing inside and outside our venue (Updated 17 March).

  • Hotels are no longer capped on capacity, rather capacity must not exceed one customer per 2 square metres of publicly accessible space. 
     
  • A COVID-19 Marshalll will be in place during peak operational periods (Lunch & Dinner).
     
  • Dancefloors - The Banjo Paterson Inn will not have a dancefloor until advised otherwise.

OUR TOTAL CAPACITY WILL NOT EXCEED: 408 (Excluding staff)

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POKIES:

We ask all those visiting the hotel take the guidance of the Safety Plan and maintain a 1.5m distance from guests not within their visiting party.

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HEALTH & SAFETY:

The health and safety of our staff, local community and patrons is key to our operation, we will continue to work closely with all relevant authorities updating policies as required. 

  • Increased cleaning and sanitising of all contact surfaces including: tabletops, bars, benches, door handles and floors.
  • Increased daily deep cleaning of all ‘high touch’ points including: tabletops, bars, benches, door handles and floors.
  • An increase in supply of anti-microbial hand wash, this will be available for patrons at several points in our venue.
  • Increased monitoring or staff (see below)

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STAFF HEALTH & SAFETY:

Our staff will be required to increase all sanitising practises.

We will continue to monitor the health of our staff through this period. We will require any staff showing signs of sickness to remain home.

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KITCHEN HEALTH & SAFETY:

Increased cleaning and sanitising of all surfaces.

Increased supply of hand sanitisers and gloves.

We have removed all ‘multi-touch’ condiment / cutlery stations and will be instead supplying all required dining components.

We will continue to work closely with all relevant authorities updating policies as required.

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ACCOMMODATION:

We will no longer be offering 'Hot Breakfast' as a part of our product, we are instead providing in-room continental breakfast packs.

Increased cleaning and sanitising of all surfaces.

Increased supply of hand sanitisers and gloves.

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Any persons or people found to be breaking those rules will be removed from the venue, we will have a once strike policy in place. LOOK AFTER US & WE WILL LOOK AFTER YOU.

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