From 11:59pm 18 October 2020:
- Indoor swimming pools can open exclusively for those aged 18 and under. There is a limit of 20 customers in the pool or the one person per four square metre rule (whichever is the smaller number of people). One parent/guardian/carer per child is permitted for supervision purposes and not included in the limit. Swimming classes can resume.
- Indoor pools can open for one-on-one hydrotherapy sessions with a limit of 10 people in the pool at one time.
- The limits of people in dining venues have increased: Venues can have up to 70 people outdoors and up to 10 people per indoor space with a maximum of 40 people per venue indoors. The two (outdoors) and four (indoors) square metre rules apply. Indoor spaces must be separated by permanent structures or be a discrete area of the premises.
For more information, visit Department of Health and Human Services or Sport and Recreation Victoria