Our Commitment – Response to COVID-19
At Greenbunch we continue to monitor the evolving COVID-19 situation and are committed to ensuring the health and safety of all our workers as well as the well-being of our valued customers and suppliers.
As such, we seek to reassure our customers that our team have, and continue to take proactive measures to ensure we have the system and capacity to work safely, in order to provide you with the great service that we are known for.
Reflective of this commitment, Greenbunch has and will continue to comply with all State Government Health Directions and Policies, which does so include COVID-19 mandatory vaccinations and booster requirements for our workforce and vaccination requirements to access our store.
Proof of Vaccination Requirements
On Monday the 31st January 2022, it became a requirement for all customers over the age of 16 to show proof of vaccination for dine-in service at Greenbunch. This requirement does not apply to take-away service. If you are unvaccinated or do not have proof of vaccination, you are still welcome to take-away from Greenbunch.
Some guests aged over 16 may have a medical exemption which means they are not required to be double vaccinated. If you have this exemption, it will be recorded on your Australian Immunisation Register document. This document still forms part of the requirement for proof-of-vaccination and is required to be shown as a proof-of-exemption of vaccination together with the additional form of ID as per the above. Please prepare to show this to our friendly staff at the counter.
As a reminder, all customers must check in and register their visit the same way they usually would (using the QR code and SafeWA app or ServiceWA app) and wear a mask at all times whilst inside Greenbunch. We also have a manual Customer Register Form available, or just ask our friendly staff for assistance.
You will be asked at the counter whether you will be dining in or taking away from Bunch Cafe. If you are dining in, please prepare your proof of vaccination.
We appreciate your understanding and support.
COVID-19 Links and Resources
To find more information on the matters outlined above we can direct you to the WA Department of Health - HealthyWA. This is the source for trusted and accurate COVID-19 health information, as it relates to Western Australia.
On their website you can access:
- Current Health Directions
- Locations of confirmed cases
- State COVID-19 health FAQs
- COVID-19 clinic information
- Proof of COVID-19 vaccinations
You can also find more information on proof of vaccination from the WA government here: