Updated on 6th December 2020

The Victorian Government announced from 11:59pm on 6th December, the further easing of coronavirus restrictions, with Victoria moving to COVIDSafe Summer restrictions. 

View the Premier’s statement here, with further information on what is changing available here.

See a summary of restrictions as they impact physical recreation and community sport below. 

Indoor physical recreation and community sport:

  • No patron caps with a density quotient of 1 per 4sqm for each space.
  • Gym and exercise classes limited to 50 people (excluding anyone necessary for running the class). COVID Marshals required when gyms are staffed. At times when gyms are unstaffed, a density quotient of 1 per 8 sqm applies. Signage must state the number of people permitted inside, wipes and disinfectant must be supplied for use by patrons, and record keeping is required and venues with capacity of greater than 500 patrons must publish a COVIDSafe Plan online.

Outdoor physical recreation and community sport:

  • Up to a maximum of 100 patrons for outdoor fitness classes with a density quotient of 1 per 2sqm.
  • Record keeping is required and venues with capacity of greater than 500 patrons must publish a COVIDSafe Plan online.

Pools, spas, saunas, steam rooms and springs:

  • Indoor venues open with a density quotient of 1 per 4 sqm.
  • Outdoor pools open with a density quotient of 1 per 2 sqm.
  • Record keeping is required.
 
For the latest information on the current restrictions, visit the Victorian Government Coronavirus website

For sport and recreation specific information visit the Sport and Recreation Victoria website.*

* Please note there is a slight delay to the update of information on this website.