Current Covid-19 Protocols for Courses

Although Dhamma Rasmi has fortunately succeeded in mitigating the Covid-19 risk, as Queensland’s borders re-open our duty of care to students, servers and teachers remains.

Dhamma Rasmi adheres to Queensland government Covid directives. This includes the status of vaccinations, face masks, social distancing, hygiene and mandatory QR check in.


From 17 December only fully vaccinated students, servers and teachers can attend courses. Proof of vaccination must be presented. We regret any inconvenience this may cause, and ask for your understanding while these restrictions last.


Residents of Northern Territory and Northern Rivers (far north NSW), are welcome to apply for courses that commence after 19 November 2021, subject to meeting Queensland border entry requirements.

Dhamma Rasmi is not accepting applications from other states or countries until further notice.


If masks are mandated at the time of your course, please bring sufficient masks for the duration of the course, and maintain social distancing and hygiene protocols at all times. Those with mask exemptions are respectfully requested not to attend courses at this time.


Everyone attending courses needs to provide the details of an emergency contact/next of kin; someone who has consented to collect you at a moment’s notice should you become unwell. This person needs to reside within 3 hours of the Centre and within Queensland.


Because of the evolving situation, these guidelines may change at any time, and will be available on this page.

Updated 25 November 2021