Are you starting to feel nervous about where you are going to stay for your accommodation in Victor Harbor? Schoolies Festival™ arrives quicker than you think but before you get too concerned, we’d encourage you to take a quick peek at our tips for getting smart with your accommodation in Victor Harbor.
On arrival ask about the Encounter Youth Green Team volunteers. We have volunteers posted in most of the major accommodation venues in across the Fleurieu, so find out where they are located in your venue. They’ll be on hand 24/7 for support by providing a chill out spot, having a chat and you may even enjoy a free BBQ.
Each accommodation venue has a different coloured wristband for school leavers who have paid to stay. It’s really important to wear your wristband at all times so the security and management know you’ve paid to be there. This also means your mates in another venue will not be allowed to visit you, so make sure you organise another location to catch up.
You may know that accommodation venues ask for a bond in addition to the cost per night. This bond is to encourage you to look after the accommodation you’re staying in. If you keep your accommodation clean and tidy, you’ll hopefully receive your bond back at the end of the weekend.
Tips you might like to know about your accommodation in Victor Harbor:
- No glass and beer bong policies. These rules generally apply to keep everyone safe and ensure the cleanliness of the venue.
- Security will be at your venue. We’d encourage you to say hi, and if you see something not quite right, let them know so they can help you out ASAP.
- Remember you are the visitors. Support the managers to have a great weekend too by saying hi and looking out for their venue.
If you have any more questions about what you can and can’t do, give your accommodation in Victor Harbor a call to find out. This will help you to be as prepared as possible, which means more fun for you and your mates.
For the contact details of the Schoolies Festival™ accommodation venues who partner with Encounter Youth, see here today.