Stage 1 – Restrictions on non-essential services – As of 12pm Tuesday 23 March 2020 the following restrictions apply to the following business –

The following non-essential services and businesses are now restricted from opening.

  • pubs, registered and licenced clubs (excluding bottle shops attached to these venues), hotels (excluding accommodation)
  • gyms and indoor sporting venues
  • cinemas, entertainment venues, casinos, and night clubs
  • restaurants and cafes will be restricted to takeaway and/or home delivery
  • religious gatherings, places of worship or funerals (in enclosed spaces and other than very small groups and where the 1 person per 4 square metre rule applies)

For further information on this please click on the link below

https://www.business.gov.au/risk-management/emergency-management/coronavirus-information-and-support-for-business/stage-1-restrictions-on-social-gatherings

 

Update – 25/03/2020Restrictions on non-essential services – As of Mid-Night Wednesday 25 March 2020 the following restrictions apply to the following business –

  • Cafes – Exceptions takeaway services and home delivery  & Cafés or canteens at hospitals, care homes or schools; prison and military canteens; services providing food or drink to the homeless, workplace canteens can provide takeaway
  • Food courts – Exceptions Delivery and takeaway can remain operational
  • Auction Houses
  • Real estate auctions and open house inspections – Exceptions private appointments for inspection
  • Outdoor and indoor markets will be a decision for each state and territory – Exceptions Food markets will continue to operate in all states and territories
  • Hairdressers and barber shops – Exceptions Up to 30 minute appointments and the 1 person per 4 square metre rule applies in the premises
  • Beauty therapy, tanning, waxing, nail salons, tattoo parlours
  • Spas and massage parlours
  • Cinemas, nightclubs
  • Casinos, gaming or gambling venues
  • Strip clubs, brothels and sex on premises venues
  • Concert venues, theatre, arenas, auditoriums, stadiums – Exceptions Live streaming of a performance by a small group could be permissible with social distancing observed
  • Amusement parks and arcades
  • Play centres (indoor and outdoor)
  • Community and recreation centres – Exceptions Facilities may remain open for the purpose of hosting essential voluntary or public services, such as food banks or homeless services.
  • Health clubs, fitness centres, yoga, barre and spin facilities, saunas, bathhouses and wellness centres
  • Boot camps, personal training operating outside and inside – Exceptions For outside events, limited to groups of no more than 10 people and social distancing must be exercised.
  • Social sporting-based activities
  • Swimming pools
  • Hotels, hostels, bed and breakfasts, campsites, caravan parks, and boarding houses will be a decision for each state and territory – Exceptions Excluding permanent residents and workers.
  • Caravan and camping parks will be a decision for each state and territory – Exceptions Where people live permanently in caravan parks or are staying in caravan parks as interim abodes where their primary residence is not available, they may continue to do so.
  • Galleries, museums, national institutions and historic sites
  • Libraries, community centres, and youth centres
  • Local government non-essential facilities and services (such as libraries and pools)
  • Community facilities (such as community halls, clubs, RSLs, PCYCs);
  • Places of worship, weddings and funerals – Exceptions Weddings with a maximum attendance of no more than 5 people and where the 1 person per 4 square meter rule applies. & Funerals attended by a maximum of no more than 10 people and where the 1 person per 4 square metre rule applies.

For further information please click on the link below –

https://www.pm.gov.au/media/update-coronavirus-measures-24-March-2020