Room configurations and charges

If you are liable to pay, you will be charged per room. We recognise that everyone’s situation is unique, so please use the scenarios below as guidance to understand how different room configurations will impact your charges.

  • The maximum amount of people per room is 4
  • Children under the age of 3 cannot be unaccompanied in a room, they require an individual over the age of 14 to accompany them
  • Families with more than 4 members must be split over multiple rooms. There must be an adult in every room.
  • When a child (aged 3 – 17) is the “first and only person in the room”, their legal guardian will be liable for the fees.

2 adults

Individual 18+ years old (charge = $3100)

  • First individual in the room
  • 1 room required
  • Regardless of age, they are the “first/only person in the room”.

Indivdual 18+ years old (charge = $950)

  • Second individual in the room
  • 1 room required.

Total charges liable:

$4,050 ($3100 + $950 = $4050)


2 adults, 1 child

Individual 18+ years old (charge = $3100)

  • First individual in the room
  • 1 room required
  • Regardless of age, they are the “first/only person in the room”

Individual 18+ years old (charge = $950)

  • Second individual in the room
  • 1 room required

Individual between 3 – 17 years old (charge = $475)

  • Third individual in the room
  • 1 room required

Total charges liable: 

$4,525 ($3,100 + $950 + $475 = $4,525)


2 adults, 2 children

Individual 18+ years old (charge = $3100)

  • First individual in the room
  • 1 room required
  • Regardless of age, they are the “first/only person in the room”

Individual 18+ years old (charge = $950)

  • Second individual in the room
  • 1 room required

Individual between 3 – 17 years old (charge = $475)

  • Third individual in the room
  • 1 room required

Individual between 3 – 17 years old (charge = $475)

  • Fourth individual in the room
  • 1 room required

Total charges liable: 

$5000 ($3,100 + $950 + $475 + $475 = $5,000)


1 child

Individual between 3-17 years old (charge = $3100)

  • First individual in the room
  • 1 room required
  • Regardless of age, they are the “first/only person in the room”.

Total charges liable:

$3,100


1 adult

Individual between 18+ years old (charge = $3100)

  • First individual in the room
  • 1 room required
  • Regardless of age, they are the “first/only person in the room”.

Total charges liable:

$3,100


1 child with approved guardian

1 child with guardian icon

Individual 3-17 years old (charge = $3100)

  • First individual in the room
  • Regardless of age, they are the “first/only person in the room”
  • Any child 14 and under is required to be accompanied in managed isolation by an approved guardian.

Approved guardian 18+ years old (charge = $950)

  • Second individual in the room

Total charges liable:

$4,050 ($3,100 + $950 = $4,050)


2 adults, 4 children (2 rooms)

Room 1

 

Individual 18+ years old (charge = $3100)

  • First individual in first room

Individual 3-17 years old (charge = $475)

  • Second individual in first room

Individual under 3 year old (no charge)

  • Third individual in first room

Room 2

 1 adult 2 children split icon

Individual 18+ years old (charge = $3100)

  • First individual in the room

Individual 3-17 years old (charge = $475)

  • Second individual in second room

Individual under 3 years old (no charge)

  • Third individual in second room

Total charges liable: 

$7,150 ($3,100 + $475 = $3,575 (room 1) + $3,100 + $475 = $3,575 (room 2))


Exempt individual and critical worker or non-family member

Individual exempt from charges

  • No charge.

Critical worker or non-family member (charge = $3100)

  • One room required (sharing with exempt person)
  • They are the “first/only person in the room”.

Total charges liable:

$3100


Exempt individual and 1 adult/child who is a family member

Individual exempt from charges

  • No charge.

Individual (Family member of exempt person) 

  • One room required (sharing with exempt person)
  • Definition of a family member means a spouse, partner, guardian, or child of that person

Total charges liable:

Not liable for charges