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Wednesday, 10 June 2020

FRIDAY 5 JUNE 2020: After three months of shutdown due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Lewis Land Group is pleased to announce its venues, The Fiddler in Rouse Hill, the Camden Valley Inn, and The Belvedere Hotel  in Woody Point Queensland, are reopened and back to business.

Adhering to State Government imposed guidelines of one-person-per-four-sqm, The Fiddler fits 50 people per dining area at any given time; which means there will be a total of 300 persons allowed at the venue. The Camden Valley Inn is the same, but fits 200 persons in total at the venue.  Queensland’s guidelines mean The Belvedere can hold approximately 150 patrons.

The Fiddler’s full menu will be available for diners to enjoy which includes crowd favourites such as the pork knuckle, chicken parmi and the pizzeria is in full swing.

The Camden Valley Inn’s full menu will also be available, including specialties such as the chicken schnitzel and its crowd-pleasing coffee rubbed steaks.  And mouth-watering seafood is being served up at waterfront venue The Belvedere.

Almost 400 staff will be able to get back to work again, thanks to the new, more relaxed social distancing laws. In an effort to keep hygiene standards at the highest level possible, several health and safety policies are in place to for patrons and staff.

Hand sanitizing stations are available at the bars, floor stickers remind patrons to keep their distance and contactless payment is encouraged.

Brad Jenkins, Head of Lewis Leisure, says the reopening is making a positive impact on staff.

“While we do have a long way to go before we are allowed to host the maximum number of guests in our venues, the relaxed restrictions have come at a very welcome time for us. Our staff are excited to get back to work and we’re so happy to be able to open our doors again to our local community.



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