Special Arrangement during Adverse Weather | WWF Hong Kong


 
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Special Arrangement during Adverse Weather

In case of inclement weather, the arrangement of WWF Centres and public tours/ activities are listed as following:
 
  Mai Po Nature Reserve Island House Conservation Studies Centre Hoi Ha Marine Life Centre Central Visitor Centre
Standby Signal No. 1 Centre will remain open
Strong Wind Signal No. 3/ Amber or Red Rainstorm Warning Signal
  • Public tours / activities will be cancelled if any signals in this category are hoisted three hours before the scheduled start time
  • WWF will contact visitors on the next working day after the cancelled tour / activity for rescheduling.
  • Any tour / activity underway will be suspended immediately if any weather signals in this category are hoisted. No refund or rescheduling will be made.
  • Arrangement for School Education Programmes, Corporate Member Activities and Community and Tertiary Institute Programmes are different, for details please refer to the specific “Adverse Weather Arrangement” documents.
Centre will remain open
Typhoon Signal No. 8 or above • Following facilities will be closed:
  • Mai Po Visitor Centre
  • Wildlife Education Centre
  • Bird hides and floating boardwalk
Centre will be closed

If signal is lowered before 1pm, the Mai Po Visitor Centre will be reopened after 2 hours.

Reopening of other facilities will be considered after safety check.

If signal is lowered before 1pm, the Centres will be reopened after 2 hours.
Black Rainstorm Warning Signal
  • If signal is issued before centre opening, same arrangement as “Typhoon Signal No. 8 or above” will be applied
  • If signal is issued after centre opening, centre and facilities will remain open
Air Quality Health Index at 10+ “Serious”

Same arrangement as “Strong Wind Signal No. 3/ Amber or Red Rainstorm Warning Signal”
 

AQHI stations that specific centre refers to:
Mai Po Nature Reserve- Yuen Long Station
Island House Conservation Studies Centre- Tai Po Station
Hoi Ha Marine Life Centre- Tap Mun Station
Centre will remain open