COVID Updates

Last Updated: 29 April 2022

At VenuesWest, the health and wellbeing of our patrons is our top priority. Please see below the latest COVID-19 updates relating to mask wearing, proof of vaccination and check in requirements.

COVID-19 Venue Requirements

VENUE PROOF OF VACCINATION MASKS CHECK IN ACTIVITIES IMPACTED
HBF Stadium No longer mandatory No longer mandatory but encouraged where physical distancing is not possible No longer mandatory -
WA Athletics Stadium Not required No longer mandatory but encouraged where physical distancing is not possible No longer mandatory -
HBF Arena No longer mandatory No longer mandatory but encouraged where physical distancing is not possible No longer mandatory -
HBF Park No longer mandatory No longer mandatory but encouraged where physical distancing is not possible No longer mandatory -
SpeedDome No longer mandatory No longer mandatory but encouraged where physical distancing is not possible No longer mandatory -
Champion Lakes Regatta Centre Not required No longer mandatory but encouraged where physical distancing is not possible No longer mandatory -

For the following venues, please refer to the relevant venue websites for COVID-19 and operating hours updates.

Bendat Basketball Centre – Please visit the Basketball WA website.

Gold Netball Centre – Please visit the Netball WA website.

Optus Stadium – Please visit the Optus Stadium website.

Perth Motorplex – Please visit the Perth Motorplex website.

RAC Arena – Please visit the RAC Arena website.

 

Easing of restrictions from Friday 29 April 2022

As per the Premier's announcement on Tuesday 26 April, restrictions are further easing from 12:01am, Friday 29 April. Those affecting our venues include:

  • Masks no longer mandatory but are encouraged where physical distancing isn't possible
  • Proof of vaccination requirement removed
  • Two square metre rule and capacity limits removed

Please stay home if you are feeling unwell and make use of hand sanitiser stations at the venues.

We continue to comply with WA Government advice to ensure the safety of our patrons and staff | Read Announcement

Easing of restrictions from Thursday 14 April 2022

As per the Premier's announcement on Wednesday 13 April, restrictions are easing further from 12.01am Thursday 14 April. Those affecting our venues include:

  • Check in is no longer required

Mask wearing will continue to be required for children in Years 3 and above.

Proof of vaccination will continue to be required for gym visits, group fitness classes and certain events.

We continue to comply with WA Government advice to ensure the safety of our patrons and staff | Read Announcement

Level 1 measures from Thursday 31 March 2022

As per the Premier's announcement on Thursday 24 March, new measures are to take effect at our venues from 12:01am Thursday 31 March. Level 1 measures impacting our venues include:

  • 2 sqm rule and a cap of 500 patrons for spaces at some of our venues
  • 75 per cent capacity limit for our major stadiums

Mask wearing will continue to be required for children in Years 3 and above.

We continue to comply with WA Government advice to ensure the safety of our patrons and staff | Read Announcement

Level 2 measures from Thursday 3 March 2022

As per the Premier's announcement on Monday 28 February, new measures are to take effect at our venues from 12:01am Thursday 3 March. Level 2 measures impacting our venues include:

  • Expanded mask wearing requirements to children in Years 3-6 for all indoor settings
  • Spectator restrictions for community sport
  • 50 per cent capacity limit for our major stadiums

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Level 1 measures from Monday 21 February 2022

As per the Premier's announcement on Friday 18 February, new measures are to take effect at our venues from 6am Monday 21 February. Level 1 measures impacting our venues include the addition of the two square metre rule and 75 per cent capacity. We continue to comply with WA Government advice to ensure the safety of our patrons and staff | Read Announcement

 

Please continue to check our website for the most up to date information. Further updates from the State Government can also be found here.