KITES QLD – Monster Kite Display

Sat 22nd May 2021
10am till 2pm
Esplanade Beach Port Douglas

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Giving new meaning to the saying “Go Fly A Kite”, the Team from Kites QLD bring their huge Kites to 4 mile beach as part of the Family Beach day on Saturday 22nd May.

Bringing a 7 person strong team of expert Kite fliers to a beach famous for its wide open space and steady breezes is a match made in the heavens and the Kites QLD team have a special guest making his FNQ debut. All ages will be amazed and “Blown Away” by Steve-o, the 27 m Crocodile Kite that has to be seen to be believed, as well as an astounding 55 m snake kite. The sky will be filled with movement and colour and we are so grateful that Kites QLD are joining us for another year. Even their youngest member who is 8 years old, will have an amazing array of airborne acrobats, dancing on the wind.

We encourage everyone to come down for the day and experience the magic of these giants of the sky themselves as they brig a sense of wonder and awe to people of all ages.

 

 

COVID 19 and Carnivale

When you must stay at home

You must stay at home and must not attend any Carnivale event if you:

(a) are required to self-isolate or quarantine due to:

being a confirmed case of COVID-19; or

having close contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19; or

living in or having been in a high risk area within Australia; or

having returned from overseas.

(b) have COVID-19 symptoms, or

(c) have been tested for COVID-19 and are awaiting test results.

The symptoms of COVID-19 include: fever, chills or sweats, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, runny nose or loss of sense of smell.

 

 COVID safety when you attend any Carnivale event:

When you attend any event during Carnivale, you must comply with any COVID-19 safety protocols or requirements asked of you by signage (eg, checking in with a QR code, sanitise hands, 1.5m social distancing)

This includes complying with:

(a) Hand hygiene requirements;

(b) Appropriate cough and sneeze etiquette;

(c) Physical distancing requirements (including physical spacing requirements while queuing); and

(d) Person limits for particular spaces and areas, or Person density requirements.

Depending on the public health restrictions at the time of your visit, requirements may also include:

(e) temperature checking; and

(f) wearing a properly fitted mask, unless eating/drinking or as otherwise advised, or unless you have an exemption.

 

 

 

Contact tracing

You must check-in via QR code on arrival and show your registration confirmation screen to the COVID Crews or security before being able attend Carnivale events. For attendees who do not have smartphone, or whose mobile device is not QR code compatible, we have iPads on site that allow customers to register their details for contact tracing.

We encourage everyone to download the Queensland Government’s Check in Qld app to for contact tracing while at Carnivale and beyond.

Data is collected and held securely with no third-party provider involved. The data is automatically deleted after 56 days and will not be disclosed or shared with any third party Information collected in the app is stored for 56 days to assist with contact tracing (if required).

Entry may be refused or you may be required to leave

You may be refused entry or required to leave the Premises if you:

(a) refuse to comply with any COVID-19 safety protocols or requirements notified to you by the venues, event organiser, Marshals, Distancing ambassadors

(b) refuse to comply with any reasonable health and safety directions given by Carnivale representatives;

(c) refuse to provide contact tracing information on request;

(d) are exhibiting symptoms of COVID-19, as notified to or as assessed by Carnivale representatives.

These include: fever,

chills or sweats, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, runny nose or loss of sense of smell;

(e) have been tested for COVID-19 and are awaiting test results; or

(f) are required to be in self-isolation/quarantine due to:

being a confirmed case of COVID-19; or

having close contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19; or

living in or having been in a high risk area within Australia; or

having returned from overseas.

In these circumstances, Tickets will not be exchanged or refunded unless required by law (including the Australian

Consumer Law).

 

 

What precautions are in place for me when I visit?

A range of safety and hygiene measures are in place to ensure your safety and wellbeing.

All guests must adhere to the most current health advice from the Queensland Government.

 

Regular Cleaning

Regularly cleaning and sanitising of the venue and publicly accessible areas with approved disinfectant products throughout the day.

Physical distancing and signage

It is vital to stay at least 1.5 metres from others when possible at ALL Carnivale events.

Signage around the venue will help you maintain physical distancing, including in high traffic areas where queues may form.

Entries and exits at various events will be one-way only and marked with signage.

Hand hygiene

Hand sanitisers are available upon entry at all Carnivale events and will also be available at the Street Parade and Beach day events.

Hand wash will be regularly restocked in all public bathrooms.

 

 

Are there conditions of entry to attending?

In line with our standard conditions of entry, we will implement additional health and safety measures to ensure your safety and wellbeing. Please note that these additional conditions of entry apply to everyone attending Carnivale events and are subject to change without notice.

 

If you have the following symptoms, however mild, you must not attend any events: fever, chills or sweats, cough, sore throat, shortness of breath, runny nose, and loss of sense of smell or taste. Please get tested and quarantine at home until you receive your test results.

 

What should I do if I feel unwell before I visit?

We ask that you and anyone attending any Carnival event make a reasonable assessment of their health status before attending. This includes all outdoor events, art spaces, venues and restaurants.

If you are concerned about your symptoms, please contact your doctor or call Queensland Tropical Public Health on (07) 4226 5555.

Get tested and quarantine at home until you receive your test results.

 

What should I do if I feel unwell while I am at a Carnivale event?

If you start to feel unwell during the Carnivale you should advise a member of our team and then leave immediately.

If you find at a later date you have tested positive for COVID-19 please call Queensland Tropical Public Health on (07) 4226 5555.