Covid-19 Updates 3 December 2021

Vaccine verification is needed for staying with us. This is to ensure those using our accommodation don’t put themselves or others at unnecessary risk while staying and using our communal areas.

When booking, guests will be required to confirm they and all others in their group are fully vaccinated. All guests 12 years old and over,staying at Oamaru Backpackers will either need to be fully vaccinated or have a legitimate exemption from vaccination. The lead booking name is responsible for communicating this to all guests within their group.

All guests 12 years old and over will be required to provide proof of vaccination status (fully vaccinated or exempt) at the time of check-in.(such as a digital or printed copy of My Vaccine Pass) 

These measures are being brought in to help keep guests and staff safe. Vaccination provides a higher level of protection from COVID-19 and significantly reduces the risk of infection spreading and people suffering serious illness. 

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Questions? Contact Oamaru Backpackers today at our contact page or by calling or leave us a txt msg with your enquiry to 0211900069.

Oamaru Backpackers: Best View in Town

Within walking distance to Penguin Colony, Historic Precinct, Steampunk HQ, Bars and Restaurants, not to mention breathtaking views. Oamaru Backpackers is fast becoming a popular backpacking hub in Otago, New Zealand. With clean & quality rooms, unlimited wifi and other great conveniences you won’t be disappointed. You may like to visit the oamaru isite or our local attractions page to see what to do in Oamaru.

Kia ora from Oamaru!

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