From 11.59pm Tuesday 27 July 2021, Victorians will be able to leave their homes for any reason. Face masks must still be worn indoors and outdoors except if at home or if an exception applies.
What does this mean to events?
Use of the Victorian Government QR code service is now mandatory in all venues and facilities required to have electronic record-keeping for contact tracing purposes. You can view all the details relating to the free Victorian Government QR code system here.
Victoria has established a permit system for all domestic travel into the State from 11 January to support rapid contact tracing efforts. This is based on a traffic light system that allows Victoria to designate regions in other parts of Australia as green, orange or red, depending on the coronavirus risk in a particular area.
The permit system is for both travellers to Victoria and residents of Victoria returning home from interstate travel.
PUBLIC EVENT SELF-ASSESSMENT TOOL
Find out what COVIDSafe Event documents and approvals are needed for your event.
COVID SAFE EVENTS PLAN - TIER 1 OR 2
This plan outlines the public health requirements for holding a Tier 1 or 2 public event in Victoria.
COVID SAFE EVENT CHECKLIST - TIER 3
This checklist outlines the public health requirements for holding a Tier 3 COVIDSafe public event in Victoria.
GUIDANCE FOR PREPARING A COVIDSAFE EVENT PLAN
Guidance for events organisers - helping identify public health risks and mitigation strategies to minimise the transmission of COVID-19.
REGISTER YOUR PUBLIC EVENT
Event organisers must register their events with the Victorian Government to ensure coronavirus safety for attendees, staff and organisers.
Information for businesses and workplaces required to collect contact details from customers.
2, 4 & 8 SQUARE METRES RULES
Information on the four square metre rule to prevent infection in the workplace.