COVID-19 Members Updates

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12RND Fitness

COVID-19 update: Due to Government instructions, all of our clubs in Australia are temporarily closed. If you are outside of Australia or would still like to speak with them, please contact the club directly.

13Cabs
24/7 Operating Hours
365 Solutions Group

Business as usual

3rd View
AC Visuals

Business as usual

Discounted price to all members who needs content. e.g. hospitality and retail, food photography

Up to 3hrs on site for $350. Number of highres images as per discussion. (Normally, that package is about $900). 

 

Act for Kids
Open as usual
Airtrain
Open as usual.

Ramping up our focus on surface cleaning in response to COVID-19, with the additional wiping of hard surfaces and key customer touch points with anti-bacterial wipes already occurring. From today, we’re taking this one step further – tripling the number of staff focused on cleaning high traffic stations in morning and afternoon peak times, including South Bank, South Brisbane, Roma Street, Central, Fortitude Valley and Bowen Hills. Our trains are also undergoing additional surface cleaning as they enter depots and prior to their next service, and we’re spraying the inside of units with an odourless disinfectant.

 

AMP Capital
Archive Beer Boutique & Loft West End
Closed until further notice

Under the direction of the Federal Government, Archive Beer Boutique will be closed until further notice. Thank you for your support during this time and please stay safe!

https://www.archivebeerboutique.com.au/

ARIA Property Group
Arts Queensland
https://www.arts.qld.gov.au/news/arts-queensland-assistance-for-arts-sector-through-covid-19-crisis
Ask Consulting Engineers
Open as usual
Atira
Open as usual
Australian Catering Services
Australian Institute of Architects
All in-person events from now until 29 May 2020 will be postponed or cancelled. Some chapter events will be run virtually where possible.

Keeping up to date with government advice on this global health emergency.

https://www.architecture.com.au/about/national-covid-19-response/

AXCEN
Open as usual
Aylward Game Solicitors
Bailey Print Group

Bailey Print Group have produced a number of signage options to help businesses and open to producing any customised solutions for any BSB member.

  1. Social distancing floor decals
  2. Hygiene messaging A frames
  3. Banners for the restaurants and cafes to advise the community that they are open for take way and delivery. We have a $200 + GST pack which includes a 1x banner, 1 x corflute and 2 social distancing floor decals.

BCU
Bees Nees City Realty
Benga Designs

Benga Designs are Open for all your signage business during this time.

Blight Rayner
Open as usual
Black & White Cabs

Still Operating

Black & White Cabs is taking action to protect your health & safety.

The safety, health and well-being of our drivers, operators, staff and passengers is our top priority.

We are closely monitoring and following advice from the Department of Health and the Australian Government regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19). With this in mind, we have introduced sanitisation stations at numerous locations nationwide to help reduce the spread of the virus.

We appreciate your trust in Black & White Cabs and we will continue working to ensure that every trip you take with us starts and ends with your well-being in mind.

Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre

Following the meeting of the National Cabinet and the direction of the Prime Minister and Australia’s Chief Medical Officer on Wednesday 18 March, to cancel all non-essential mass indoor gatherings with attendances of 100 or more, Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre (BCEC) remains open for smaller sized events and meetings which are already booked at the Centre.

We will continue to monitor the situation as it evolves and review in accordance with advice from the Federal Government, Australia’s Chief Medical Officer and the Queensland Government.

This is a challenging time for all of us and the safety and welfare of our guests, clients and team members and their families has always been of paramount importance and remains our top priority.

We have been working closely with all clients of upcoming events for a number of weeks now to help find solutions and assist in any way we are able.

FOR VISITORS
Events currently listed on our website’s What’s On page are being updated as information is confirmed.

If you have any questions or concerns about an event you are attending at BCEC please contact your event organiser.

FOR EVENT ORGANISERS
Please contact your BCEC Event Planning Manager if you have any questions or concerns about an event.

BCEC is following all advice and guidelines from the Australian Government Department of Health and the Queensland’s Chief Health Officer, Dr Jeannette Young, with regards to preventing the spread of the virus and communicating to all patrons and visitors.

In line with this advice we have put in place comprehensive hygiene measures including placing hand sanitisers throughout the building and increasing our regime of sterilising surfaces and public touch points.

Hygiene instructions are posted in locations throughout the Centre including on the Centre’s digital signage system.

We are continuing to advise all organisers to follow Australian Government Department of Health guidelines to ensure their delegates, exhibitors and speakers who have recently returned from overseas or been in contact with a confirmed case of novel coronavirus do not attend events.

Coronavirus Update

Brisbane Festival
Brisbane Marketing
Brisbane State High School

Queensland schools will move to student free days next week – Monday March 30 to April 3.


However, all schools will remain open for children of workers who are still required to be at their place of work – whether they be healthcare workers, emergency services officers or retail workers
.

Camerata
Chalmers Partners
Open as usual
Cineplex Partnership
We are closed due to the Prime Minister’s announcement on 22/3/2020. If you have any questions or concerns please email us at admin@cineplex.com.au. Stay safe and hopefully we will see you all again soon.

https://www.cineplex.com.au/

Children’s Hospital Foundation
Chu the Phat
City Parklands Services
CitySmart
Cleanaway
Open as usual
Common Ground Queensland
Open as usual
Conrad Gargett
  • Business continues as usual
  • Our physical studios are closed with all of our teams working remotely
  • Our main communication lines remain in operation T 07 3229 3555 and Email@conradgargett.com.au
COS

If any other BSB members are needing more office supplies such as toilet paper etc please contact Elizabeth Bastian on elizabethb@cos.net.au or 1300 88 22 44 to set up a business account.

They are also offering customers as of Monday home delivery services for employees working from home.

Cottee Parker Architects
CP Dental—Mater Hill
Still open and ready to help, but we have some more strict criteria.

Implementing changes in response to this public health issue. We are taking our responsibility to our staff and public safety seriously, and are reviewing the information as it comes to hand. If you have a scheduled upcoming appointment expect to be contacted by one of our team, or please get in touch.

 

https://cpdental.com.au/corona-virus-and-the-dentist/?fbclid=IwAR2Qt8Zs7uuUCbJUJGT5DS0CkPc8y5-NcV3Ej2Q16OeggohnkiuAU6K8mg4

Dawson Electric
Destination Brisbane Consortium
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Directors Australia
Directors of the Extraordinary
Drive Digital
Dynamic Events
E2Designlab
EarthCheck
Efficiency Works
Edge Early Learning
We have implemented enhanced measures across Edge Early Learning to ensure a proactive response in preventing the spread of COVID-19.

https://edgeearlylearning.com.au/coronavirus-updates/

Emporium Hotel South Bank

Emporium Hotel South Bank has launched an Isolation Package during this time of uncertainty as well as several initiatives to facilitate access to essential products and services.

In response to an increase in demand for dependable access to amenities and essential services, this package has been specifically designed to cater for:

  • The elderly who no longer wish to interact in public or who currently rely on others for meals, groceries and other daily needs;
  • People who must continue to go to work and remain isolated from their other household residents;
  • People who wish to have ready access to accommodation, food and sanitation products. 

Isolation Package – from $175 per night. Including (see attached for full details):

    1. Overnight accommodation
    2. Free Valet Parking
    3. Free WIFI
    4. For an additional $50 per person per day, add three meals delivered directly to your suite
    5. For an additional $75 per person per day, add three meals, unlimited in suite movies, entertainment pack with drinks and snacks, replenished daily

For the community more broadly, the following has also been launched by the Hotel and is available today: 

  1. Emporium Market – Grocery Service
    1. Including fresh produce, pantry staples, toiletries, cleaning and laundry products
    2. Free next day delivery within 500m of Emporium Hotel
    3. Delivery available between 10AM and 10PM 7 days per week 
  1. Emporium Foods – Takeaway ready-made meals
    1. Made fresh daily by Emporium Hotel South Bank’s Executive Chef
    2. Takeaway from Belle Epoque Patisserie on the corner of Grey and Tribune Street from 6:30am
    3. Coffee, Patisserie, Pizza and ready-made meals
  1. Takeaway Pizza Menu
    1. Takeaway from Belle Epoque Patisserie on the corner of Grey and Tribune Street from 6:30am

Emporium Hotel South Bank continues to operate, placing a strong focus on how we can assist you throughout the COVID-19 crisis.

Epilepsy Queensland
Fitness & Lifestyle Group
Flight Centre Travel Group
Focused Marketing
Fotomedia
Open as usual
Fuelled Cafe
Open from 8am -12.30pm – TAKE AWAY ONLY

“We are also looking at ways to keep our service as low touch as possible and have decided to suspend customer Keep Cup use during this period to reduce potential contamination.

And in turn, if we here at Fuelled can be of service in helping prepare meals or offer you extra service where needed, please communicate this with our friendly staff whether in person, via phone or Direct Message.”

Fuji Xerox Australia
Griffith University
Ingenius People
Innova Services Group
Innova’s Operations – we remain opened and are available for the below:
– Cleaning services as per normal
– Increased key touch points cleaning for all premises
– COVID-19 infection / contamination clean for any confirmed cases that have occupied a premises
IQ Construct
Open as usual
James Noble Law
JFP Urban Consultants
Open as usual
JMC Academy
“As we face an unprecedented challenge, I would like to re-affirm that JMC is continuously reviewing its operations with regards to COVID-19 and the precautionary measures in place to ensure the health and safety of our community. As of today, there are no confirmed cases at JMC Academy and therefore in accordance with the advice of the Chief Medical Officer and the Australian Government, JMC remains open.

Notwithstanding, we understand the heightened concern and uncertainty amongst both staff and students and therefore our team has been working very hard behind the scenes to plan for a variety of contingencies. I am working very closely with our academic staff and support teams to best transition current programs to a remote teaching mode while ensuring a consistent level of quality in your education is maintained.

In the meantime, any student who feels uncomfortable travelling to JMC will not be disadvantaged or penalised. We do however, request that you advise your lecturer or administration of your absence so we can endeavour to provide you with online resources and additional material, where possible, until a transition to online is complete.

Additionally, I would like to acknowledge the anxieties being caused by this pandemic and the strain it can potentially have on your mental health. Please understand that we do not take this lightly and want to take all actions in our power to make you feel as comfortable as possible. In support of this, we still have our on-campus counsellor available for consultation and are also currently looking at transitioning this to an online service in the very near future. While there are also a number of good resources online, I would like to reference Beyond Blue’s article on ‘Looking after your mental health during the coronavirus outbreak’ where they state that in such a challenging time it is important to:

• Try and maintain perspective
• Find a healthy balance in relation to media coverage
• Access good quality information
• Try to maintain a practical and calm approach
• Try not to make assumptions

Our number one priority remains the health and safety of our students and staff and while we remain open, we will continue with our preventative cleans, promotion of good hygiene and social distancing measures.

We appreciate that this is a rapidly developing situation and will provide more updates as they become available.

Sincerely,
George Markakis
Chief Executive Officer, JMC Academy”

Johnson Controls
June Dally - Watkins/Chic Management Brisbane
Kidsafe Queensland

Open as usual

Kidsafe is still operating – fitting child car restraints so babies can go home safely from hospital, consulting with children and adults with disability or medical conditions to ensure they are travelling safely to and from hospital. These consultations are one-to-one. We will continue these operations as long as we are safely able to do so.

We have postponed our training, home safety presentations and workshops. 

 

Le Festival—Brisbane French Festival
Lime
“Lime continues to closely monitor developments around the world and remains in coordination with health and regulatory authorities in more than 25 countries. The below markets remain open and we will continue to adjust our operations as appropriate.

• Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

• Brisbane, Australia

• Busan, South Korea

• Christchurch, New Zealand

• Dunedin, New Zealand

• Hamilton, New Zealand

• Selwyn District, New Zealand

• Seoul, South Korea

As a reminder, we’d also like to ask the Lime community to do their part in helping to stop the spread of COVID-19. It’s up to each of us to take the necessary steps, as advised by your local public health officials.

 

Steps we’re taking to keep our communities safe in our open markets
• We have enhanced our cleaning methods and increased the frequency of cleaning and disinfecting our scooters. We are cleaning all parts of the scooter that are touched by people and we are only using products recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) on the Center for Biocide Chemistries list that have been approved by the EPA for use against the coronavirus.

• In our offices and warehouses, we are distributing hand sanitizer. All of our mechanics and operators in the field are required to wear gloves and wash their hands regularly.

• We’re following the CDC, the World Health Organization (WHO), federal agencies, and other global health organizations to collect the most up-to-the-minute information to ensure the actions we’re taking are comprehensive and expedient. Based on this information, we will decide to continue, pause, or suspend operations in certain markets.

 

Steps you can take to protect yourself
• Just as you should wipe down public and shared surfaces with disinfectant, we encourage you to do the same before riding a scooter or bike.

• You could also consider wearing gloves as a precaution as well as washing your hands before and after riding.

 

In the coming weeks we will share additional updates with the Lime community as it becomes available. As soon as we know when we expect specific markets to go back online, we will be in touch.

 

To learn more about COVID-19 and other precautions you can take, please refer to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the World Health Organization.

 

In the meantime, let’s take care of each other. Because as challenging as this is, we’ll get through it together. At Lime, we’ve always believed the people make the city. That’s doubly true now, when we need to step up and help each other.

 

Stay safe,

Brad Bao

CEO & Founder ”

Mantle Group Hospitality
The Charming Squire, Pig N Whistle West End and Tai Tai:

Dear Treasured Customers,

The Charming Squire, Pig n Whistle and Tai Tai, has ceased trading (effective midday Monday 23 March 2020) in line with the Federal Government’s mandate on pubs and restaurants due to COVID-19.

Takeaway options are no longer available at this venue.

We thank you for you support during this time, wish you good health and well-being and look forward to the time when we can, once again, deliver the experience for which The Charming Squire is renowned.

Mater
Open as usual with a fever clinic set up to test patients on the Mater South Brisbane Campus. The fever clinic is located on Level 4 of the Mater Hospital Brisbane Emergency Department. Read our fever clinic flyer for more information.

 

https://www.mater.org.au/health/mater-covid-19-update

Mel Kettle & Associates
Menso at South Bank
Open as usual
MGD
Travel and events:
We are cancelling involvement in large events and participating virtually where possible. Work-from-home arrangements: Our advisers and staff have begun working from home on a rotational basis

Phone and video meeting capabilities:

All meetings with your adviser will now be offered via phone or video.”

Micah Projects
Ceased groups, now individual support as required.

The only change to service delivery that we are making is that we have ceased our groups, and are repurposing that time to support people on an individual basis. With the ongoing concerns of coronavirus (COVID-19), we continue to use the utmost vigilance to ensure services remain accessible to our most vulnerable and at-risk populations and our staff are supported in doing this work. All staff have the necessary support, equipment and directions for ensuring their own health and well-being and infectious disease protocols, whether on the street, in homes, in vehicles, in our offices or in the community. Micah Projects is a 24/7 organisation. To ensure our program participants who have experienced significant trauma receive the safety and support needed, we cannot close our doors or scale down our services while we deal with this pandemic and we need help from our community at this time. We are taking extra precaution to closely monitor the status of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic and its impact on our community.

Mobbs & Co
8-6 by appointment, Mon-Fri 8:30-5:00
Montague Developments
Moore Stephens
Open as usual
Multicultural Australia
Open as usual
Munich Brauhaus
Munich Brauhaus  South Bank will be closed from midday on Monday 23 March until further notice, in line with Federal and State Goverment requirements.

National Storage
New Duende
Novotel Brisbane South Bank
Opera Queensland
“UPDATE AT THURSDAY 19 MARCH
We’ve cancelled performances of the following productions due to the evolving COVID-19 situation:

Carmen at the Sydney Opera House
Attila at the Sydney Opera House
Great Opera Hits at the Sydney Opera House (until 28 March 2020)
Handa Opera on Sydney Harbour — La Traviata
Bran Nue Dae at the Roslyn Packer Theatre, Walsh Bay (Sydney)
Madama Butterfly at Arts Centre Melbourne
Lohengrin at Arts Centre Melbourne
Attila at Arts Centre Melbourne
If you have tickets for a cancelled performance, you’ll receive an email from the organisation you booked through with further details about how to refund or exchange your tickets.

If you have any questions, please email customerservice@opera.org.au. Our box offices in Sydney and Melbourne are closed to visitors.”

Orange Sky Australia
“As the COVID-19 outbreak continues to affect families, communities and countries around the world, Orange Sky has been monitoring how best to support the health, safety and well being of our friends, volunteers, supporters and staff. Orange Sky has a strong and embedded health and safety culture, and is currently implementing a measured approach to support as many of our shifts to stay in operation as possible. We are doing all we can to avoid risks that could negatively impact the people in our community.
We are not experts on COVID-19 (washing and conversation remain our specialty), but we are following advice from those who are and applying this to our service as best we can. For further, specific information on COVID-19 please visit the Australian Government Health website or contact the Coronavirus Health Information Line on 1800 020 080.
A shout out to everyone during this time, as we all work together to keep us all safe and ensure people are supported.”
Pack and Send South Brisbane
PACK & SEND remains open for business and continues to deliver high levels of service for our business and consumer customers.

“Whilst we are are trading as usual, we are also taking precautions to protect our people and customers and assist the national effort to help limit the spread of Coronavirus.
Further, PACK & SEND is offering unique solutions to help our customers through the COVID-19 disruption as outlined below.”

https://www.packsend.com.au/coronavirus-service-updates?utm_content=122041952&utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook&hss_channel=fbp-352340144896307#solutions

Planet Ark
Open as usual
Plough Inn
Publicis Worldwide
QAGOMA

QAGOMA is closed to the public until further notice.

GOMA Pop- Up Providore OPEN 10am – 2pm Daily. – Takeaway menu, including fresh-baked breads, baked goods, take-home meals, salads and sides, wine, beer, preserves and more. 

The Pop-Up Providore is easily accessed via its own entry at the river-end of GOMA.

“QAGOMA TO CLOSE FROM 23 MARCH IMPORTANT VISITOR INFORMATION

For the safety of our community, both the Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art will temporarily close to the public from 12 noon, 23 March 2020 until further notice.

The decision follows the Prime Minister’s announcement on 22 March of additional action to support social distancing measures and advice for all non-essential services to close in order to minimise the effect of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The health and well-being of our visitors, our staff and volunteers, and the wider Gallery community is our top priority. We continue to work with the Queensland Government and coordinate with our partners in the Queensland Cultural Centre (QPAC, State Library of Queensland and Queensland Museum) to ensure the most appropriate response to COVID-19.

We would like to acknowledge the global scope of this challenge and the uncertainty faced by each of us as individuals and as a community. We thank you for your understanding, and your ongoing support of the Gallery.

While we’re closed, the Gallery team is continuing to work behind the scenes to ensure we reopen in the best way possible. We look forward to welcoming you back to the Gallery when the time is right. Meanwhile, we’ll update our online presence with news as it arises.

Stay safe, and we’ll see you soon.”

https://www.qagoma.qld.gov.au/visit/plan-your-visit

Queensland Ballet
“IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Performances Postponed
Following the advice today, and considering the safety of all, these performances will no longer be going ahead.

Here are the essential details:

· We will be working with QPAC to reschedule this important Birthday Celebration and expect to finalise the new dates next week.

· For now, ticket-holders don’t need to do anything. Current tickets will be valid for the re-scheduled season.

· Once the new dates are available, if you’re unable to make the rescheduled performances, we would be pleased to action a refund or you may wish to consider a donation to Queensland Ballet in lieu of a refund. We would be most grateful.

Please read our full statement here.”

https://www.queenslandballet.com.au/news/COVID-19

Queensland Eye Institute Foundation
“Here at QEI & SBDH, the health and safety of our patients and staff is of the highest priority. That’s why we are taking measures to prevent the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus).

We kindly ask all patients and visitors of the clinic to not enter the building if they are feeling unwell (fever, cough, sore throat or flu symptoms), have been overseas in the last two weeks or have been in contact with a known case of COVID-19.

Please contact us on 07 3239 5000 to reschedule your appointment if this applies to you. Our clinic staff are taking extra precautions through the use of face masks and extra santising measures. We would like to thank all patients and visitors for their cooperation and understanding at this time.”

Queensland Museum South Bank
Closed until further notice.

 

Following the Prime Minister’s announcements last night, after the meeting of National Cabinet, additional actions to support social distancing measures have been put in place to protect the Australian community. These restrictions include the closure of non-essential social venues from midday 23 March 2020.
For the safety of our community, Queensland Museum Network, including Queensland Museum (Brisbane) will temporarily close to the public from 12 noon on 23 March 2020 until further notice. For more information visit http://bit.ly/2IOBKhh

Queensland Performing Arts Centre
For the safety of our community, Queensland Museum Network, including Queensland Museum (Brisbane) will temporarily close to the public from 12 noon on 23 March 2020 until further notice. For more information visit http://bit.ly/2IOBKhh

https://www.qpac.com.au/coronavirus-update/

Queensland Symphony Orchestra
“Concert Cancellations
With a heavy heart Queensland Symphony Orchestra has cancelled all performances and activities up to and including April 30 as a result of COVID-19. This includes all concerts, educational workshops and community events.

We know this is disappointing for our audiences, not to mention our family of musicians who share a deep love of music and are born to perform. However, our top priority is the health of our patrons and our company, so it is crucial we follow the best advice available on COVID-19. We are working closely with all Government agencies, as well as our venue partner QPAC, and will share updates whenever they arise, particularly if there is a change in our restart date.

This is a challenging time for everyone, particularly our vibrant and internationally acclaimed arts sector.

Moving forward, all ticket holders will be contacted with further information, including the ongoing opportunity to donate the value of purchased tickets.

Already we have seen generous patrons choose to donate refunds on their cancelled tickets back to QSO, as a tax-deductible contribution, and we are so thankful. As a performing industry, we rely heavily on ticket sales, and the prospect of cancelling multiple shows will affect everyone significantly. It is not just musicians, but crew, lighting and sound technicians, producers, box office staff, casual workers and more. Your understanding, generosity and support is so appreciated.

History teaches us that in times of great challenge and uncertainty the arts are uniquely placed to provide hope and inspiration. We are so grateful to have such a loyal and supportive community, and we hope we can make use of this time to bring music to you in new ways.

As an Orchestra for Everyone, we are committed to sharing our love of music, despite the limitations placed upon us. Please follow us on Facebook, YouTube, and Instagram to follow our progress.

Please stay safe and healthy and know that our show will go on. We will provide further update as the situation progresses.

CANCELLED:

The Ballet Beautiful – Sunday 15 March

Peasant Prince – Wednesday 18, Thursday 19 and Saturday 21 March

Millmerran Community in Concert – Tuesday 24 and Wednesday 25 March

Sing with the Orchestra – Saturday 28 March

Mozart’s Jupiter – Friday 3, Saturday 4 April

Chamber Players – Sunday 19 April

Opera Gala – Friday 24 April and Sunday 26 April”

Queensland Theatre
“NOVEL CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) UPDATE
We regret to inform you that all remaining performances of TRIPLE X have been cancelled.

After careful review of government guidelines and updated advice about the COVID-19 pandemic, we have decided that it is in the best interest of our community not to go ahead with the rest of our season of ​Triple X. While we make this decision with a heavy heart, our first priority is and always will be the health and wellbeing of our patrons, artists, staff and the public at large.

In this challenging time, all of us at Queensland Theatre are concerned for the wellbeing and long term viability of Australia’s arts community. We are especially mindful of the plight of freelance practitioners who do not have access to resources or contingency plans.

We greatly appreciate your understanding during this difficult period. Thank you for the support so many of you have already shown us. We are very grateful to our patrons who have chosen to donate refunds on their cancelled tickets back to us, as tax-deductible contributions – generosity like this will be essential to mitigate the impact of this unprecedented global event.

These are uncertain times. One thing we can be sure of, however, is that theatre is a necessary and vital space where communities are built, nurtured and maintained. Its importance will only continue to grow as we look to the future. Rest assured that we will be back and producing shows as soon as it is safe and advisable to do so.

Amanda Jolly and Lee Lewis
Executive Director and Artistic Director

 

PLEASE NOTE

Our Box Office team will be working as quickly as possible to get in contact with you. They will be calling ticket buyers in order of date of performance, so please be patient and allow us time to contact you.

You will be given the option to:
1. Donate the value of your ticket
2. Receive a credit on your account for a future performance
3. Receive a refund

Thank you for your understanding. ”

Queensland Tourism Industry Council
Open as usual
Queensland X-Ray
“Coronavirus COVID-19
In line with recommendations from the Australian Government Department of Health on the Novel Coronavirus, Queensland X-Ray have policies and operating procedures in place to treat patients with or suspected to have COVID-19, to ensure the safety of our staff and patients.

If you have traveled overseas in the last month or have a fever, cough, sore throat or shortness of breath, please contact us via phone on the number below for your region prior to making a booking or visiting one of our practices. We appreciate your cooperation during this time.

Brisbane 1300 781 926

Gold Coast 1300 183 988

Toowoomba 1300 770 151”

Quest South Brisbane
To ensure your safety, we are taking all necessary precautionary measures in accordance with the guidelines from the World Health Organization and public health authorities in the respective countries.

https://www.questapartments.com.au/about-quest/coronavirus-update

Redsuit Advertising
Ricky Marks
Call for information
Ride Free Media
Riverlife Adventure
New Opening Hours
Saturday – Sunday: 8AM – 6PM
Kayak hire now $20/hr (adult) $10/hr (child)
Bike hire now $10/hr adult
Also enjoy 20% OFF with code GETLOCAL
Riverside Hotel

Riverside Hotel is still open for accommodation, as well as takeaway drinks (from coffee to alcohol).

Our hours are: Monday to Saturday, from 8am to 4pm and on Sundays from 8am to 12pm.

Rogue Print and Mail

Operating on reduced trading hours of 8am to 3pm.

All our usual services are still available including {but not limited to} general printing, signage, banners, corflute printing, pull up banners, Covid-19 Personal Hygiene & Social Distancing signage and floor stickers, brochures, flyers, stickers and much more.

We can be reached on 1300 65 85 00, on email at quotes@rogueprintandmail.com.au or our website address is www.rogueprintandmail.com.au 

Special offers for businesses in distretss such as restaurants who are still open for take away: Oututdoor banners, pull up banners and flyers for them to deliver to their local area, and 1 hour of free design.

Ronald McDonald House Charities South East Queensland
“March 16, 2020

Keeping our families safe – an update on COVID-19 (CoronaVirus)
Continuing to provide a safe and supportive environment for families of seriously ill children at our Ronald McDonald Houses and Programs is our absolute priority.

Given the current COVID-19 situation, we are making important changes to our programs to increase protection for our families, volunteers and staff.

These include:

minimising non-essential entry to our Houses and Programs
increasing our existing personal hygiene and sanitisation practices
working closely with our Hospital and Health partners to be prepared in the event of further changes
These efforts will help strengthen our care for the thousands of families who turn to us for support every week.”

Rydges South Bank
Open as usual.

“We are monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation closely, and doing everything we can to ensure everyone remains healthy and safe.
If you need to cancel or change your reservation or your event with us then call us directly and we’ll work through your options and sort it out with you.”

 

SAE Creative Media
Beginning Monday 23 March, all modules will be delivered on campus and online until further notice.

https://sae.edu.au/covid19

SCAPE
Science of Social
Open as usual
SCIPS
Open as usual
SCODY
Securecorp Queensland
Select Audio Visual
Somerville House

Queensland schools will move to student free days next week – Monday March 30 to April 3.


However, all schools will remain open for children of workers who are still required to be at their place of work – whether they be healthcare workers, emergency services officers or retail workers
.

South Bank Corporation
South Leagues Club
Southbank Beer Garden
To our valued customers,

Reflecting the federal government’s ruling, we will be closed until further notice. Thank you for your support during this time.

Stay safe and we hope we can see you again soon!

Southbeach Social
“To our valued customers,

Reflecting the federal government’s ruling, we will be closed until further notice. Thank you for your support during this time.

Stay safe and we hope we can see you again soon!”

Southern Cross Soloists
Open as usual
Southpoint –Retail/Commercial
Spotless
St Andrew’s Anglican Church
St Laurence's College

Queensland schools will move to student free days next week – Monday March 30 to April 3.


However, all schools will remain open for children of workers who are still required to be at their place of work – whether they be healthcare workers, emergency services officers or retail workers
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St Mary's Catholic Parish South Brisbane
We are in the process of updating our website – but have put up information on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/stmaryssouthbrisbane/?eid=ARAgKLucrD4O6C2iPOW8YXnbH28XpxpTAx318sh3Jtnvd8rBea-0pBJ9TDNJ2ZRmYLz-e9-5kSXtrvE4.

Essentially we have followed the directive of the Archdiocese and are Sunday mass is suspended. That said, we will still have weekday mass, 7am (where there are less than 100 people), keep our doors open for quiet reflection week days between 12-2pm and have Stations of the Cross 7pm Friday in Lent

St Vincent de Paul
Phone: 07 3010 1000 

http://qld.vinnies.org.au/news/coronavirus-update

State Library of Queensland
State Library closed to public from 12 noon 23 March 2020

For the safety of our community, State Library of Queensland will temporarily close to the public from 12 noon 23 March 2020. This closure includes The Edge and Anzac Square Memorial Galleries. Our online service will remain unchanged.

At this stage a reopening date has not been agreed, however, we will provide advice in the coming weeks.

On 18 March, we cancelled all public events and programs until further notice. If you have paid for an upcoming event, a refund will be made.\

 

 

https://www.slq.qld.gov.au/alerts

Stokehouse Q
Studio Pilates West End

In light of recent government announcements, we have temporarily closed our studios across Australia and New Zealand, effective immediately. ​It is with the heaviest of hearts that we need to take these measures.

​​What makes Studio Pilates so special is our community. Your health and wellbeing has always been, and will continue to be, our number one priority.

​We are extending the expiry dates on all class passes while we are closed to ensure all of our valued clients will be able to return to our studios when we reopen.

​​We’ll miss you big time. But it’s only temporary, so be prepared to come back to your amazing workout experiences with instructors who really care about you.

​Thank you for your ongoing support, and being a part of our wonderful community of strength and resilience.

Superdream
Swiss Bel-hotel
“A MESSAGE FROM OUR CHAIRMAN & PRESIDENT – CORONAVIRUS – A TIME OF URGENCY; RESPONSIBILITY; PROFESSIONALISM AND ACTION
Swiss-Belhotel International remains committed to providing our guests and staff with a safe environment so they can stay with ease and conduct business with confidence. This is our culture of Passion and Professionalism.

With the coronavirus (COVID-19) affecting people and businesses globally, we have implemented comprehensive precautionary measures to safeguard the health and wellness of our guests and staff, including:
• Availability of face masks in the lobby.
• Placement of hand sanitizer stations in public areas.
• Scheduled sanitation of high-touch areas.
• Temperature checks for persons entering the hotel premises.
• Regular hand sanitation of all staff.
• Availability of local emergency hotlines.

At present, all our hotels and staff are coronavirus-free and we are working hard to keep it that way. We will continue to monitor the situation and respond accordingly to the advice of the government of the respective countries and the World Health Organisation where our hotels are located.

The health & safety of our guests and our team members is always our foremost priority. While the risk of contracting the virus in the local community remains low, we are working with the latest advice from the medical authorities and local government of the countries where we operate, as well as the World Health Organisation, regarding preventative and precautionary measures.

Enhanced cleaning and hygiene practices have been implemented in all of our hotels. Every two hours all common areas, as well as the back-of-house, are thoroughly cleaned and disinfected to the most stringent standards. All guest rooms continue to be thoroughly cleaned and sanitised regularly.

WE ARE CONFIDENT WITH OUR PROFESSIONALISM THAT WE ARE MAXIMISING THE PROTECTION OF OUR GUEST AND STAFF.

Gavin M. Faull
Chairman and President
Swiss-Belhotel International
Zest Hotels International”

TAFE Queensland
Open as usual.

All events and gatherings until the end of April 2020 at TAFE Queensland have been postponed or cancelled. This includes graduation ceremonies. If you were due to attend an event or graduation, we will be in contact.

https://tafeqld.edu.au/current-students/health-advice.html?

Tangalooma EcoMarines
TerryWhite Chemmart South Bank

Operating as usual + Click & Collect + Delivery Services. 

Terrywhite Chemmart South Bank is taking bookings for the flu shots.

To book Click here.

Terrywhite Chemmart has also introduced, a health app for click and collect and a delivery service for the community.

For more information – Click here

The Fox Hotel
The Greek Club
Due to Government restrictions regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, The Greek Club and Nostimo Restaurant & Bar dining facilities will be closed until further notice.

Nostimo Restaurant & Bar will continue to serve the community with a take-away menu. Phone 3844 1166 to place your order.

Take-away available Monday to Saturday 12:00PM – 8:00PM & Sunday 11:00AM – 3:00PM

Nostimo Delivery Coming Soon!

 

The Prop House/VM+

The VM+ team is also away from the office and are working remotely.
Email vm@vmplus.com.au or call (07) 3217 4500 www.vmplus.com.au

Our online store remains open; www.christmasdecorationsbrisbane.com.au

 

At the heart of what we, ‘The Three Sisters’ (The Prop House, VM+ & Christmas Decorations Brisbane) do, is to ignite celebration and incite joy through events and activations.

Even though we are all finding ourselves amidst a period of uncertainty and there isn’t a lot we can do, what we can do is look ahead and plan to meet each other on the other side with the best-laid plans for the end of year celebrations, Christmas decorations & the most visually stunning displays one ever did see. In the meantime we’re always here for a chat and business remains as per usual. Let’s catch up over the phone or email, we’d love to hear from you…

The Prop House showroom in Woolloongabba is temporarily closed but the team is working remotely and would love to hear from you.
Email james@theprophouse.com.au or call (07) 3555 8660 www.theprophouse.com.au

The Ship Inn
The Spaghetti House
The Star Entertainment Group
The Treasury Brisbane casino, restaurants and bars are now closed until further notice.

https://static1.squarespace.com/static/55f76728e4b0799db9586a8d/t/5e71db99aee185235a005d89/1584520089988/20200318_MR_The+Star+announces+daily+deep+cleaning+of+its+casinos.pdf

Tomra
Working remotely where applicable, normal business continuing as much as possible.

At TOMRA, the health and safety of our colleagues and their families, our customers, partners and the communities we are part of is always our primary concern. Most of our employees are now working remotely where possible until the end of March, at which point we will review the situation. We have been operating according to our business continuity plan for a number of weeks, and are continually assessing our production, delivery and service capabilities. At present we are able to fulfill most requirements with close to normal delivery times. Our geographically spread manufacturing footprint has been advantageous in maintaining our capacity, and we have also taken precautions by separating teams and increasing our stock of components. Our local sales and service organizations are endeavoring to maintain a close dialogue with our customers to ensure uninterrupted service and to anticipate and prepare for future needs. Please be assured that everyone at TOMRA is totally committed to supporting our customers, our partners and communities by working together to face this challenge.

TPR Media
Business as usual. Call 1800 896 599
UniLodge
UnitingCare Qld
University of the Sunshine Coast
USC will pause classes for one week from Monday 23 March to redesign face-to-face teaching and assessments to modes that do not require students’ personal attendance on campus. All campuses will remain open, and course content is available via Blackboard.

https://www.usc.edu.au/explore/usc-news/news-archive/2020/march/updated-advice-about-novel-coronavirus-covid-19

Urban Strategies
Urbanest
Urbis
Open for business

At Urbis, our highest priority is the health and wellbeing of our people, our clients and our communities. As the world navigates this unprecedented COVID-19 global pandemic, we are taking an informed approach that is sensible, balanced and respectful of our diverse community. Our response measures are aligned with the advice provided by the official Australian Government COVID-19 guidelines, World Health Organisation (WHO) and other trusted authorities. Moreover, our team is conducting ongoing and real time reviews to determine if additional measures are needed. In addition to safeguarding the health and wellbeing of our extended community, it is also important to maintain a sense of continuity. Across all offices, we are implementing measures that enable our staff to continue to deliver the high standard of care and competency our clients expect of Urbis. We are still very much open for business.

VennCap Real Estate Pty Limited
VP Training & Development
West End State School

Queensland schools will move to student free days next week – Monday March 30 to April 3.


However, all schools will remain open for children of workers who are still required to be at their place of work – whether they be healthcare workers, emergency services officers or retail workers
.

West Village
Wheel of Brisbane
We have temporarily ceased operations to the public in line with our State and Federal Government advice and restrictions.

We will continue to stay positive and will be back to enjoy very soon.

Women’s Legal Service Queensland
Operating as usual as at 19 March 2020