Contact Registers - COVID-19

From 5 December 2020 the Shire of Chapman Valley will be implementing contact registers at our facilities in line with the State Government's mandatory contact tracing requirements.

This a community wide requirement for businesses and premises. The Shire, along with others, will be required to maintain mandatory contact registers for staff and patrons from Saturday December 5 for the purpose of Department of Health COVID-19 contact tracing.

All Shire facilities, including community centres, halls, sporting facilities, the library and large campgrounds will participate in contact registering visitors. Visitors and patrons will be asked to provide details of the location, date, name, telephone number and arrival time at each facility. Email addresses are optional.

The Shire must keep these details for 28 days. All information will be stored confidentially and securely.

If COVID-19 is detected in the WA community, contact registers will help to protect residents by enabling the WA Health Contact Team to quickly identify and assist anyone that may have been exposed to COVID-19.

The Shire of Chapman Valley manage three campgrounds, Coronation Beach / Fig Tree Crossing & Yuna

Coronation Beach - Picture thanks to Sam & Renae MacLachlan

Fig Tree Crossing


Yuna Playground