Stage One – from 18 May 2020
- Outdoor park exercise equipment, skate parks and playgrounds may open for up to 10 people.
- Outdoor boot camps may operate for groups of up to 10 attendees (excluding the trainer).
- Indoor and outdoor pools may operate for up to 10 people per pool. This may include lane swimming and/or pool-based exercise, ensuring social distancing requirements are met (eg pools may open 3 lanes for 3 people to do lap swimming, and open the remainder of the pool for 7 participants in a group class).
- Outdoor exercise may be undertaken in groups of up to 10 people.
- Groups of up to 10 people can gather in large parks or reserves for recreational activities. Multiple groups of 10 people can use the same park or reserve so long as they are separate gatherings and allow 4 square metres of space available per attendee. Attendees must also maintain a distance of at least 1.5 metres from each other.
- Sporting groups may undertake outdoor training with up to 10 attendees (excluding coaches/staff), and only where activity aligns with the specified activities in Level B of the AIS Framework.
- Most sports are limited to training only (refer to specified activities in Level B, in the AIS Framework).
- For all sports and activities, multiple groups of 10 people can use the same outdoor venue so long as they are in separate groups and allow 4 square metres of space per attendee. Attendees must also maintain a distance of at least 1.5 metres from each other.
- Full training cannot resume for sports or activities that involve person-to-person contact (e.g. boxing, wrestling, holding, tackling, blocking). Modified, non-contact training (such as skills training) is permitted for these activities.
For more information visit the departments webpage