COVID-19 Current Communications

We have implemented a number of measures, including with the aim of keeping the children, staff, and visitors safe and minimising the spread of COVID-19. 


We are committed to ensuring the health and safety of all staff in the workplace and therefore we encourage you to follow DoH directions and guidelines

Thank you for notifying us and we look forward to have the child/ren back. All records will be stored securely and will remain private and confidential. 


Information from Department of Health


What is COVID-19 and what are the symptoms?

The SARS-CoV-2 virus causes COVID-19. Some people with COVID-19 may have no symptoms at all. Otherwise, illness varies considerably from those with mild symptoms such as fever, runny nose, cough, sore throat and fatigue, to those more severely ill with shortness of breath, pneumonia and other complications. Some people may also experience loss of smell and/or taste. Most people will recover quickly at home, but others may require hospitalisation. Infection, including symptom onset, usually occurs within 14 days of exposure to a case.

What if I develop symptoms?

  • Isolate yourself at your home away from other people and use a face mask if you have one. Do not go to work, school, or public places like shops
  • COVID Clinics are open at a number of public hospitals and country health centres if you are symptomatic and require testing: See
  • Use a private car for transport and put on a mask if you have one
  • Many general practitioners (GPs) now have access to Telehealth services so that you can have a consultation at home. Call your GP to see if they offer this service
  • If you need to see a doctor or hospital, call ahead to tell them that you are a contact of a confirmed case of COVID-19
  • On arrival at the clinic or hospital, notify staff that you are a contact of COVID-19. If you do not have a mask, please call from outside the facility so that a mask can be given to you before entering
  • If you are experiencing severe symptoms, such as shortness of breath, call 000 and request an ambulance. Inform the call centre and ambulance officers that you are a contact of a COVID-19 case
  • Contact the Public Health Emergency Operations Centre on 1300 316 555 8am to 7.45pm, 7 days per week.

We are currently following all Government guidelines to remain COVID-19 safe, by adapting our internal procedures accordingly. We will also continue to adapt our policies as they continue to change on a day by day basis, following daily Government briefings.

For instructions on applying for the Australian Disaster Payment, please read our Disaster Payment Instructions form.

Current State COVID-19 Status

State Government Restrictions

Mirabilia Status

Currently no lockdown restrictions in place.

Mirabilia open

For up-to-date information regarding COVID-19 restrictions in your state, please see your state website: