COVID - 19

Is it safe to attend?

Dowerin GWN7 Machinery Field Days takes the safety of their staff, exhibitors and attendees very seriously and has been working tirelessly to ensure that our Field Days are compliant with all COVID-19 Safe requirements as required by the state government.


Key COVID-19 Safe measures include:

  • Increased hand sanitisation stations.
  • Updated layout of pavilions to enable increased physical distancing and ‘air flow’.
  • Physically distanced queuing systems.
  • Implementation of COVID-19 Marshals.
  • Set ‘entry’ and ‘exit’ points monitored by COVID-19 Marshals.
  • Capped number of people at any one time within the venue in line with the state government event requirements in place at the time of the event. Please note that these are subject to change at any time.
  • Increased venue cleaning including pre-event, during and post event cleaning by trained hygiene officers with particular emphasis on high touch points.
  • Management of attendee numbers to allow for the 1.5 metre social distancing.
  • Pre-registration of attendees along with checking in of attendees to ensure everyone is tracked.


Will there be restricted numbers on site?

The final number caps will be determined in line with venue space and government guidelines. Confirmed numbers will be finalised closer to the event date.


In preparation for the event, we will continue to work closely with the state health department to ensure all physical distancing requirements can be met and are communicated with attendees.


If the event is cancelled due to COVID-19, will I receive a refund?



Is record keeping of attendees to stands required to be kept?

No, once inside the venue and checked in, no further record keeping is required by exhibitors.


Who do I contact if I feel unsafe eg. suspect an attendee is sick?

Please contact a COVID-19 Marshal or event staff member should you have any concerns on site.


What do I do if I am feeling unwell?

To protect the safety of all event attendees, exhibitors and staff, if you are feeling unwell, please do not attend the event. Please seek the appropriate medical attention/testing and ensure you isolate until you receive your results.


Will attendees be allowed to try on goods?

It is at the discretion of the exhibitor as to whether goods may be tried on. Please take guidance from them at the event.


Are face masks compulsory onsite at the event?

Dowerin Field Days remains aligned with the directions of the state governments health advice and any directive to wear face masks will be adhered to. Please refer to the state government health website for further information.


In the event that face masks are a requirement, it will be the attendees’ responsibility to provide their own mask.


Dowerin Field Days fully supports attendees that choose to wear face masks for their own safety.


Will there be hand sanitisation stations?

Yes, there will be hand sanitisation stations provided throughout the venue.


Will there be increased cleaning?

Yes, there will be increased frequency of surface cleaning and sanitisation conducted by trained hygiene officers including pre-event, during and post-event cleaning with particular emphasis on high touch point. Exhibitors will be responsible for the cleaning and sanitisation on their sites.


Do I have to sign-in when I enter the event?

Yes, all personnel, exhibitors, contractors and attendees on site will need to sign-in to the venue in line with state government requirements by using the SafeWA app and QR code or record your details at a ballot box provided to enable appropriate contact tracing when you first enter.


Is the event cashless?

Contactless card payment is encouraged at each point of sale, however there is no policy restricting transactions using cash.


Will there be COVID-19 Marshals onsite?

Yes, COVID-19 Marshals will be deployed throughout the site to assist with physical distancing and to minimise congestion. They will be identified by the appropriate uniforms. And if you are unsure ask and they will identify themselves.