Entry Rules for Yalata Community

Updated: 1st May 2024

These rules have been revised regularly to reflect current health and environmental risk factors, applying from 1st May 2024 until further notice:

Entry to Yalata is not permitted without an Approved Permit. However, movement in and out of Yalata freely is reserved for Anangu Yalata Residents and Anangu visitors only.

All remote workers based in Yalata, essential services, maintenance contractors, health care providers and visitors are required to undertake the permit application.

All persons granted permits to enter Yalata will be required to follow safety protocols as directed at any given time whilst in the Yalata community.

Please request a Permit Application by clicking the email button below to contact the permits team.

Whilst applying for a permit to enter Yalata, you may be requested to undertake the following:

  1. The application form must have all fields on Page 1 completed electronically (not handwritten).
  2. The application form MUST be submitted at least two days in advance. Note: Applications are not to be submitted more than two weeks in advance.
  3. When specifying the purpose of the visit, applicants must include the name of the Yalata Employee, site contact, or resident they plan to see or visit. For maintenance requests, it is mandatory to specify the property address, house number, or business where work is being completed.
  4. Once the Permit Application Form and Vaccination Records are received and reviewed, applications will be approved by the Permits Committee, which aims to issue a permit via email within two business days of receiving the request.

For further enquiries please contact either:
Tullawon Health Service: (08) 86256255
Yalata Anangu Aboriginal Corporation: (08) 86256040

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