The Victorian Department of Health & Human Services (DHHS) have updated their website with the detailed Sport & Exercise directions for Regional Victoria in Step 3!
Please note that State Sporting Associations will provide more detailed guidelines for their respective sports.
Please click on the buttons above for more detailed information; in summary:
Current as of 11:59pm Wednesday 16 September 2020
Groups of up to 10 people can meet up in a public outdoor place (babies under 12 months are not included in this cap).
Outdoor Community Facilities
Outdoor community facilities have opened. Whilst at the playground or skatepark you must keep 1.5 metres between yourself and others.
Outdoor Gym Equipment
Allowed. You must clean and disinfect equipment between users. Where possible, you should minimise the sharing of equipment.
Outdoor exercise classes and training can resume for up to 10 people – plus the trainer. You should keep 1.5 metres between yourself and others at all times.
Outdoor pools can open for up to 50 people or the number allowed when the four square metre rule is applied (must be the smaller number).
Toilets and Changerooms
Toilets and communal changerooms are open.
Meetings and Training
Groups of up to 10 people can meet in outside areas that allow for appropriate physical distancing or should be held virtually if you cannot keep 1.5 metres between yourself and others.
Under 18: Outdoor non-contact sport
Outdoor contact sport
Both allowed: For the minimum number of people required
to play plus necessary coaches and umpires. Spectators are allowed if they are supervising children or supporting players with additional needs, gathering limits of less than 10 people.
Over 18: Outdoor non-contact sport
Only outdoor non-contact sport can resume. Keep 1.5 metres between yourself and others while playing with the number of people required to play plus necessary coaches and umpires. Spectators are not allowed.
Face Masks / Coverings
A face mask must be worn when you leave your home in Regional Victoria. You must still wear a face covering if you are exercising, unless you have a lawful exception or you are partaking in an activity that causes you to be out of breath.