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Events Calendar

Current Victorian Restrictions
Wednesday 01 July 2020
Hits : 435

For all the latest information regarding coronavirus and restrictions head to https://www.vic.gov.au/coronavirus

As of July 10th; (updated 8th July 2020)

All of Melbourne postcodes and the Mitchell Shire are now under lock down - the only allowable reason to leave your house is to shop for essential items, medical care/care giving, exercise, work or study if you cannot do it at home. Students in these effected areas will receive an additional week of school holidays.

 

Outside these areas the following restrictions apply;

Social Gatherings - Public outdoors gatherings are permitted with a maximum of up to 10 people.

Private Gatherings - Private gatherings at homes can have up to 5 members, in addition to members of the household. 

Overnight stays - allowed in both homes and tourist accommodation, subject to private gathering limits.

Funerals - 20 people can attend both indoor and outdoor funerals, plus those reasonably required to conduct the funeral. If held at a private residence, gathering limits apply. Wakes are a separate event and must follow gathering limits of the venue. Contact details must be kept for tracing.

Weddings - 20 guests allowed - plus the celebrant and the couple. Contact details must be kept for tracing.

Community Centres - open with a maximum of 20 people in a single space, plus those reasonably required to facilitate. Density limits apply. Groups such as Men's Sheds or community art classes may resume.

Cinemas, Theatres and Concert Venues - up to 20 seated patrons per space, while maintaining density limits. 

Pubs, Restaurants and Cafes - up to 20 seated patrons per space, while maintaining density limits. 

Swimming Pools - Changing rooms and showers open. No lane limits, but with a maximum of 20 people in the pool area. Saunas and spas within pool facilities remain closed.

Caravan parks and camping grounds - Shared/communal facilities such as kitchens, BBQ areas and showers can reopen, as long as they are cleaned at least twice a day. School camps can reopen. 

Libraries - up to 20 people in a single space, while maintaining density limits. Toy libraries can reopen.

Galleries, Museums, Outdoor Amusement Parks and Zoos - up to 20 people per indoor space with density limits applying to the entire venue. Indoor arcades remain closed.

Community Sport - full contact training and competition for 18 and under age group. Non-contact competition for all other age groups. 

Indoor Sports Centres and Gyms - up to 20 people per space, with limit of up to 10 people per group for adults. Changing rooms open.

Outdoor boot camps and personal training - up to 20 people outdoors, plus the instructor. People should bring their own equipment where possible or disinfect equipment between use. 

Skiing and Snowboarding - snow season to start.

Bars and Clubs - Up to 20 seated patrons per space, while maintaining density limits. Alcohol can be served without food. This excludes nightclubs. 

Beauty therapy, tanning, waxing, spas, nail salons and massage - Up to 20 patrons allowed on premises. Density limits apply and physical distancing should be adhered to. Contact details must be kept for tracing. 

Auctions and open house inspections - 20 people allowed. This is in addition to those required to facilitate and the occupants/owners of the property. Contact details must be kept for tracing.

Religious Gatherings - up to 20 people can attend private worship or small religious ceremony, plus those reasonably required to conduct the ceremony. Contact details must be kept for tracing.

 

Remember to stay safe, use common sense, work from home if you can and if you don't have to go somewhere to do something - please don't!

Location Across Victoria

Current Victorian Restrictions

Wednesday 01 July 2020Hits : 435

For all the latest information regarding coronavirus and restrictions head to https://www.vic.gov.au/coronavirus

As of July 10th; (updated 8th July 2020)

All of Melbourne postcodes and the Mitchell Shire are now under lock down - the only allowable reason to leave your house is to shop for essential items, medical care/care giving, exercise, work or study if you cannot do it at home. Students in these effected areas will receive an additional week of school holidays.

 

Outside these areas the following restrictions apply;

Social Gatherings - Public outdoors gatherings are permitted with a maximum of up to 10 people.

Private Gatherings - Private gatherings at homes can have up to 5 members, in addition to members of the household. 

Overnight stays - allowed in both homes and tourist accommodation, subject to private gathering limits.

Funerals - 20 people can attend both indoor and outdoor funerals, plus those reasonably required to conduct the funeral. If held at a private residence, gathering limits apply. Wakes are a separate event and must follow gathering limits of the venue. Contact details must be kept for tracing.

Weddings - 20 guests allowed - plus the celebrant and the couple. Contact details must be kept for tracing.

Community Centres - open with a maximum of 20 people in a single space, plus those reasonably required to facilitate. Density limits apply. Groups such as Men's Sheds or community art classes may resume.

Cinemas, Theatres and Concert Venues - up to 20 seated patrons per space, while maintaining density limits. 

Pubs, Restaurants and Cafes - up to 20 seated patrons per space, while maintaining density limits. 

Swimming Pools - Changing rooms and showers open. No lane limits, but with a maximum of 20 people in the pool area. Saunas and spas within pool facilities remain closed.

Caravan parks and camping grounds - Shared/communal facilities such as kitchens, BBQ areas and showers can reopen, as long as they are cleaned at least twice a day. School camps can reopen. 

Libraries - up to 20 people in a single space, while maintaining density limits. Toy libraries can reopen.

Galleries, Museums, Outdoor Amusement Parks and Zoos - up to 20 people per indoor space with density limits applying to the entire venue. Indoor arcades remain closed.

Community Sport - full contact training and competition for 18 and under age group. Non-contact competition for all other age groups. 

Indoor Sports Centres and Gyms - up to 20 people per space, with limit of up to 10 people per group for adults. Changing rooms open.

Outdoor boot camps and personal training - up to 20 people outdoors, plus the instructor. People should bring their own equipment where possible or disinfect equipment between use. 

Skiing and Snowboarding - snow season to start.

Bars and Clubs - Up to 20 seated patrons per space, while maintaining density limits. Alcohol can be served without food. This excludes nightclubs. 

Beauty therapy, tanning, waxing, spas, nail salons and massage - Up to 20 patrons allowed on premises. Density limits apply and physical distancing should be adhered to. Contact details must be kept for tracing. 

Auctions and open house inspections - 20 people allowed. This is in addition to those required to facilitate and the occupants/owners of the property. Contact details must be kept for tracing.

Religious Gatherings - up to 20 people can attend private worship or small religious ceremony, plus those reasonably required to conduct the ceremony. Contact details must be kept for tracing.

 

Remember to stay safe, use common sense, work from home if you can and if you don't have to go somewhere to do something - please don't!

Location : Across Victoria

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