A look at life in the AFL's quarantine hub

Ed Jackson

A RUNDOWN OF THE AFL'S QUEENSLAND QUARANTINE HUB AS WEST COAST BECOME THE FIRST OF FOUR CLUBS TO ARRIVE:

* West Coast, Fremantle, Adelaide and Port Adelaide are set for at least four weeks based on the Gold Coast as part of the quarantine hub

* The Eagles are due to arrive on Monday with the Dockers to fly out on Tuesday from Perth. Both South Australian teams fly next week to Queensland

* The WA teams will stay at Royal Pines Resort near Gold Coast's Metricon Stadium

* The Crows and Power will be at the Mercure resort in nearby Palm Meadows

* All four clubs will play games against each other as well as Brisbane and Gold Coast at the Gabba and Metricon during the next four rounds of the season

* Activities such as golf are not allowed within the hub, although several players are bringing their clubs in case restrictions ease

* Only three Eagles players are travelling with families while none of the Dockers is bringing family members with them. Both clubs admit that might change if the stay extends

* Social distancing is to be practised within the hub with groups to be limited to eight or less

* Players will be restricted to their respective resorts while in the hub, with training the only time they'll be outside their accommodation

* The Eagles and Dockers will have one player per room at their accommodation.