As per recent WA Government guidelines ManPAC is required to maintain a mandatory contact register for all patrons attending the Centre over the age of 16.
The reintroduction of contact registers is an additional protection measure and will assist with WA Department of Health contact tracing, should it be required.
ManPAC will be required to collect the date, name, telephone number and arrival time of all patrons, staff, visitors and contractors that attend the premises.
The contact register records will be kept for 28 days, and not used for any other purpose. They will be destroyed after this time. This is a government requirement, and refusal to provide contact information will result in being denied entry into the venue.
There are 2 ways to check into ManPAC on your arrival:
– Download the free SafeWA app, and scan the QR code at the front entrance.
– Provide details on a physical form.
Venues including the Mandurah Performing Arts Centre that host seated performances will be exempt from the 2 square metre rule.
Our ticketing staff are currently getting in touch with all patrons personally who have tickets to cancelled and postponed shows, so please be patient as we make our way through this list.
I thank you for your ongoing support of Mandurah Performing Arts Centre and we look forward to welcoming you back here soon.
Stay safe everyone, I will give regular updates on changes to our program and any other news we need to share.