On the advice of the Chief Health Officer, restrictions in regional Victoria and metropolitan Melbourne will ease from 11.59pm Thursday 24 June.
The Acting Victorian Premier advised in today's press conference "And these changes won't just last a week - they'll remain in place for at least two weeks' time, meaning Victorians can plan and get back to doing the things they love."
Please see the Table of Restrictions by clicking on the button below:
Visiting Falls Creek from metro Melbourne:
- Movement between metropolitan Melbourne and regional Victoria is unrestricted.
- From 11.59pm Thursday 24 June residents of metropolitan Melbourne aged 12 and over who are visiting the Alpine Resorts are no longer required to present evidence of a negative COVID-19 test.
- It is now recommended that all residents of metropolitan Melbourne aged 12 and over are tested for COVID-19 within 72 hours prior to arriving at the Alpine Resorts.
- The resorts will be open and accommodation and other businesses will operate with the use of QR codes for visitor check-ins and density limits in place at some sites and venues. There are no capacity constraints for the resorts and ski lifts but maintain physical distancing by staying 1.5 metres apart from people who do not live with you.
- Follow COVIDSafe practices - stay home and get tested if you feel unwell.
- Visitors who develop COVID-19 symptoms should get tested immediately.
- If you have coronavirus health concerns or questions about current restrictions, please call the dedicated coronavirus hotline 1800 675 398.
- Stay up to date by checking the vic.gov.au website for the latest information.
- Follow the mask rules. Remember, you must wear a mask indoors at all times. Carry sanitiser too.
To view the Acting Premiers statement click here: premier.vic.gov.au/statement-acting-premier-5
To find out more details regarding the current health and safety measures in place please visit: coronavirus.vic.gov.au/coronavirus-covidsafe-settings