COVID19 Response

Buster McGee and COVID-19 Settings for non-essential retail.

Updated 19th November 2021

In accordance with the latest VIC Health directive, from 19th November 2021, Buster McGee and other non-essential retail is only open to those customers who are able to show their Covid-19  vaccination certificate/or a valid exemption certificate upon entry to the store.  Please do not take offence, when asked to show your certification.

Toot and Collect will continue to operate between 12noon-5pm on Weekdays and Saturdays for those that prefer to shop online.

Bustermcgee.com.au remains OPEN 24/7.

We would kindly ask that you adhere to the points below, when visiting Buster McGee, Daylesford in order to keep our Community safe.

🤧  If you feel unwell or have signs of a cold, then please stay at home.

🌼  Face Masks are an important strategy to minimise the risk of spreading COVID-19 and everyone is required to wear a fitted mask covering before entering Buster McGee, and whilst within the store, unless you have a valid exemption.   This should cover the nostrils and mouth.  

🌼  Hand sanitiser will be offered and needs to be applied upon arrival, in order to access Buster McGee.

🌼  Please check-in using our QR code.  If you do not have a mobile phone, then please document the date, your full name, phone contact details and time of arrival on the form provided.

🌼  In accordance with the latest State Health directive, from 19th November 2021, non-essential retail is only open to those customers who are able to show their Covid-19  vaccination certificate/or a valid exemption certificate upon entry to the store.  Please do not take offence, when asked to show your certification.

🌼  Social distancing of 1.5m to be maintained.

🌼  Additional cleaning protocols in place for high touch points throughout the day.

🌼  Please make payment via debit/credit card or Buster McGee gift cards where applicable.

🌼  Please adhere to any instructions given by store staff.

🌼  Please minimise the handling of goods on display where possible.

By adopting the above processes, we hope to keep everyone healthy.

Together we can help stop the spread and stay healthy.

For the latest information about COVID-19, please visit health.gov.au