NSW reaches 80% full vaccination

NSW has hit the 80% (aged 16 and over) double-dose vaccination target. From Monday 18 October 2021 eased restrictions will allow those who are fully vaccinated to have:

  • participate in community sport. – It’s Back!!

All indoor premises will operate at 1 person per 4sqm.

People aged 12 - 16 years, who are not fully vaccinated (AT THIS POINT IN TIME) will be permitted to attend their chosen Sport/Activity


With the re-start of Community Sport (please check with your local Association as to their own start-up date).  Note; for most clubs this will be from 25th October.

All other regulations regarding attendance will stay mostly the same for ‘Indoor Sporting Facilities’.


Sign in and Proof of Double vaccination

Sign in using the QR Codes provided for your sport / activity you’re attending.

Proof of Double vaccination required for all those aged 16 years and older.  If you’re are not double vaccinated – NO ENTRY.

People 12 - 16 years (as mentioned above) who aren’t fully vaccinated can participate in their chosen sport at this point time.  (Children under 12 years Not Applicable)



Masks must be worn in indoor areas (except for children under 12 years)

Fully vaccinated persons in office buildings are not required to wear masks, except in a part of a building that is a retail premises, hospitality or an indoor recreation facility.


Major recreation facilities

are restricted to:

  • 1 person per 4 square metres.
  • Gym and Dance classes are restricted to 20 persons per class.


Café - hospitality

Are restricted to 20 persons in the common area of the stadium.  (Note; ‘The Game Over Café’ will only be serving take away until 30th November (there will NO chairs and tables at this point in time).


Premises CLOSED to unvaccinated adults

The occupier of certain premises must take reasonable steps to ensure that:

  • An unvaccinated adult (16years and older) is not permitted on the premises, or


Penalties for breaching a Public Health Order

It is an offence to not comply with a Public Health Order and penalties can apply: