Commencing from 12 noon, 1 June 2020

Dining in or seated drinks in restaurants, cafés, pubs, registered or licensed clubs, RSL Clubs, hotels and casinos (no gaming) – up to 20 patrons per room or per defined area (indoors or outdoors) for a venue (when following a COVID SAFE Industry Plan)

Venues must have a COVID-19 Safe Plan in place. 

Queensland Government COVID-19 Safe Plan, click here

Clubs Queensland has also developed A Guide to Re-opening, click here

As of 1 June 2020, as part of the stage two restrictions - Dining in or seated drinks in restaurants, cafés, pubs, registered or licensed clubs, RSL Clubs, hotels and casinos (no gaming) – up to 20 patrons per room or per defined area (indoors or outdoors) for a venue (when following a COVID SAFE Industry Plan)

As of 10 July 2020, as part of stage three (3), registered and licensed clubs may re-open, with limits of 100 people.  This will extend to bar and gaming activities. 

 

With all of these steps the public health rules are to maintain:
  • Physical distancing
  • 4 square metres per person when indoors
  • Hand hygiene
  • Respiratory hygiene
  • Frequent environmental cleaning and disinfection

Roadmap to easing restrictions - click here

COVID Safe Checklist for dining in such as at Restaurants, Cafes, Pubs, Clubs, RSL clubs and Hotels  - click here

Framework for COVID SAFE Businesses - click here

Outback areas during the easing of Queensland’s restrictions - click here

Frequently Asked Questions - click here

AIS Framework for Rebooting Sport - click here