When Can I Bowl?

ACT

7th January 2022

Below is a summary of Restrictions from 11.59pm Thursday 30 December 2021. Additional and the most up to date information can be found at https://www.covid19.act.gov.au/home

Fitness and Sport

  • 25 people across the venue before density limits apply (exc staff).
  • If businesses wish to have more than 25 people, they can apply:
    • One person per two square metres per usable indoor space (exc staff).
  • Venues to display a sign at the entrance of each space specifying occupancy limit for any indoor spaces
  • Class sizes limited by density restrictions

Organised Sporting Activities

  • 25 people across the venue before density limits apply (exc staff).
  • If sporting activities wish to have more than 25 people, they can apply:
    • One person per two square metres per usable indoor space (exc staff); and
    • No more than 2,000 people across the site (indoors and outdoors).
  • Sporting events with between 1,000-2,000 people (exc staff but including participants and spectators) must submit their COVID Safety Plan to ACT Health in accordance with the COVID Safe Event Guidance document.

Core restrictions across all settings

Face coverings / masks

  • Any person aged 12 years or older must wear a face mask in indoor settings (other than a place of residence).
  • A person is not required to wear a face mask if they have a physical or mental health illness or condition, or disability, which makes wearing a face mask detrimental to their condition.
  • For more information see Face masks requirements.

Travel

Interstate travel

  • There are currently no restrictions on interstate travel to the ACT, except for people who are close contacts.
  • Travellers who are not close contacts:
    • are not required to seek an exemption to travel to the ACT from another jurisdiction
    • do not have to have proof of a negative COVID-19 test to enter the ACT from another jurisdiction.
  • Travellers who have been declared as a close contact in another jurisdiction must seek an exemption from ACT Health prior to entering the ACT.
    • They may also be required to seek an exemption from the jurisdiction they are in prior to leaving.

Entering and Leaving the ACT – https://www.covid19.act.gov.au/travel/entering-the-act

Additional category restrictions can be found by clicking here


Links

ACT COVID Home

Entering and Leaving the ACT


Centre Contact List

CentrePhoneWebsite
ZONE BOWLING Belconnen1300 368 067Here
ZONE BOWLING Tuggeranong1300 368 067Here

 

NSW

Below is a summary of Restrictions as of 4th January 2022. Further and up-to-date information can be found at https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19

Sport, exercise and outdoor gatherings

Anyone can participate in sport, exercise, and outdoor gatherings. 

  • You are not required to be fully vaccinated or carry vaccination evidence.
  • COVID-19 Safe Check-in is not required (except at gyms).
  • Gyms and indoor recreation facilities can operate with no person or capacity limits in place, including group fitness classes.
  • Community sports, including matches, competitions and training, can take place for all staff, spectators and participants.

The following adjustments to the NSW Government’s pandemic settings will come into effect:

From 12.01am Friday, 24 December:

  • Masks will be compulsory in all indoor non-residential settings, including for hospitality staff and in offices, unless eating or drinking.

From 12.01am Monday, 27 December 2021:

  • QR code check-ins will be compulsory, including for hospitality and retail; and
  • Hospitality venues, including pubs, clubs, restaurants and cafes will move to 1 person per 2 sqm rule indoors, with no density limit for outdoor settings.

All settings will remain in place until Thursday, 27 January 2022.

Mandated use of masks in indoor settings

All people over the age of 12 are required to wear a face mask in indoor settings, including at indoor  recreation facilities, gyms and indoor stadiums.

Masks can be removed when undertaking exercise in these settings.

Masks are also strongly encouraged in settings where you cannot physically distance.

COVID-19 Safe Check-in

Compulsory COVID-19 Safe QR check-ins will be required at a number of higher risk settings. Those that may relate specifically to the sport and recreation sector are:

  • Retail premises
  • Food and drink premise
  • Pubs, small bars and registered clubs
  • Gyms (except dance, yoga, pilates, gymnastics and martial arts studios)

Occupiers of premises are required to continue to take reasonable steps to ensure people can check-in or provide their contact details when they enter these premises. 

Learn more about mandatory check-in.

Density Limits

Density limits apply at indoor areas of hospitality venues and nightclubs.

Drinking indoors and outdoors may be seated or standing and singing and dancing can take place.

Examples of hospitality premises include casinos, restaurants, cafes, function centres, food courts, take away food and drink premises, kiosks, micro-breweries or small distilleries, cellar doors, pubs, registered clubs, small bars and nightclubs.

Vaccination is still no longer mandated

Whilst vaccination is no longer mandated and proof of vaccination no longer required, it is important to note that businesses and organisations can still require proof of vaccination at their own discretion.

Our strong recommendation is that you obtain independent legal advice if you wish to mandate vaccinations.

What hasn’t changed

In relation to the sport and recreation sector:

  • Anyone can still participate. Vaccination is no longer mandated nor do participants need to carry vaccination evidence.
  • Gyms and indoor recreation facilities can continue to operate with no person or capacity limits in place, including group fitness classes. Although it is important to note that patrons attending gyms are still required to check in via a Service NSW QR code.
  • Community sport, including matches, competitions and training, can continue to take place for all staff, spectators and participants regardless of vaccination status with density limits and vaccination status no longer applicable for outdoor gatherings.

Links

What you can and can’t do under the rules

Interstate travel to and from NSW

Square Metre Rule & How to Calculate It

NSW Office of Sport

Business Concierge Service


 

Centre Contact List

CentrePhoneWebsite
Ballina Tenpin02 6686 5342Here
Bateau Bay Tenpin Bowl02 4332 9999Here
Bathurst Tenpin Bowl02 6331 9922Here
Bowlarama Wetherill Park02 9609 6611Here
Campbelltown City Bowl02 4625 5222Here
Club 300 Coffs Harbour02 6652 5666Here
Coolangatta Tweed Tenpin07 5536 1606Here
Dubbo Tenpin02 6881 8222 
Dullboy’s Social Co02 4954 2477Here
Fairfield (Seven Ten Split)02 9726 8558Here
Galactic Tenpin02 6562 8689Here
Gosford City Bowl02 4328 3133Here
Grafton Tenpin Bowl02 6642 6055Here
Manhattan Superbowl02 9317 2577Here
Orange Tenpin Bowl02 6362 5466Here
Shake Rattle N Bowl02 6722 2009Here
Shellharbour Tenpin Bowl02 4295 4300Here
Shoalhaven City Lanes02 4422 1200 
Star Bowling02 6964 3102 
Strathfield Superbowl02 9642 5500Here
Tamworth Tenpins and More(02) 6798 9995Here
Tenpin City02 9737 8044Here
Terrace Strikezone02 4987 7544Here
3D Lanes Wodonga02 6024 7022Here
Wagga Bowling & Entertainment02 6971 9410Here
Windsor Tenpin Bowl02 4573 8153Here
ZONE BOWLING Blacktown1300 368 067Here
ZONE BOWLING Dee Why1300 368 067Here
ZONE BOWLING Illawarra1300 368 067Here
ZONE BOWLING Rooty Hill1300 368 067Here

NT

Summary:

6th January 2022

To slow the spread of COVID-19 in our community and reduce the rate of transmission the following public health measures will be implemented:

  • A Territory-wide lockout will commence from 1pm today until noon on Monday, 10 January 2022
  • A vaccine pass system will come into effect across the Territory from noon on Monday, 10 January 2022
  • Only residents and essential workers may enter excluded communities in the Northern Territory, and must have a negative Rapid Antigen Test on the day of entry.

The indoor mask mandate remains in place across the Northern Territory.

To read more about this update – click here – https://coronavirus.nt.gov.au/updates/items/2022-01-06-nt-covid-19-update

For all the latest up to date information regarding COVID in the Territory click here – https://coronavirus.nt.gov.au/


Links

NT COVID Website

NT Quarantine and Travel Restrictions

Centre Contact List

CentrePhoneWebsite
Dustbowl08 8952 5051Here

 

QLD


Summary:

13th January 2022

We thank TBAQ’s CEO Gail Torrens who has provided the following information following a meeting with State Government and Health authorities on behalf of Indoor Sport in Queensland and specifically Tenpin Bowling.

The first factor customers must understand when trying to understand the current guidelines and restrictions is that until further notice, Bowling centres are now classified by Government as indoor entertainment venues in relation to the current QLD COVID restrictions.

With Bowling centres now under the classification of indoor entertainment venues in the QLD COVID restrictions, centres must adopt the related protocols accordingly until further notice.

The current Public Health and Social Measures linked to vaccination status Direction (no.2) can be found by clicking here

In summary –

  • All participants and spectators in a QLD Tenpin Bowling centres must be vaccinated to enter the premise
  • Please ensure you have proof of vaccination ready for staff when checking
  • At venues with cafes and bars, unvaccinated customers are still able to collect takeaway
  • Ensure hand hygiene is followed
  • Ensure social distance protocols are followed
  • Comply with occupancy density regulations as detailed by the centre who are required to operate in accordance with the COVID Safe Checklist for Restricted Businesses.
  • Ensure you check in via the Queensland Check-in App
  • Facemasks are required at all times seated or standing.
  • Facemasks may be removed while actively bowling and eating/drinking.
  • Spectating opportunities will be reduced at this time
  • Ensure you arrive as close to timeline of starting to bowl as possible
  • If you are not well, stay home! There will be zero tolerance and you will not be permitted to bowl or stay at the venue
  • Prior to bowling, if you experience any symptoms, for the safety of others, it is recommended to have a RAT test prior to bowling.
  • Staff and volunteers delivering sport and recreation services in QLD will need to be double vaccinated.

It is important to note that all centres can self-impose additional restrictions for patrons.

As always, please always follow and adhere to centre directives.

Customer digital vaccination status

Customers can add their COVID-19 digital certificate to the Check In Qld app, making it easier for them to provide proof of their vaccination status when they check in to businesses and locations that are restricted to fully vaccinated customers.

Other ways customers can provide proof of vaccination

Customers can also display their COVID-19 vaccination status or evidence of medical contraindication by showing:

  • written confirmation of COVID-19 vaccination given to the person, such as a record of vaccine card
  • a COVID-19 digital certificate or printed vaccination certificate from the Australian Immunisation Register
  • an online or printed immunisation history statement for COVID-19, including confirmation of a medical contraindication
  • an International COVID-19 Vaccination Certificate.

More information regarding digital vaccination status can be found by clicking here


Travelling to Queensland

From 1am Monday 13 December 2021, fully vaccinated people are able to travel to Queensland without quarantining under certain conditions.

Anyone travelling to Queensland from anywhere in Australia, including returning Queensland residents, must  complete a Queensland entry pass.

Find out more about:

Travelling from Queensland

If you’re travelling from Queensland it’s important to understand the restrictions that apply to domestic travel.

Find out more about travel into other states and territories, including applying for border passes.

If travel advice changes, you may need to cancel or amend your travel plans on short notice.


Links

QLD Covid-19 Latest Updates & Alerts

Queensland Health COVID Updates

TBAQ COVID Update PageSpecific centre opening info included

Helpful resources and website links


Centre Contact List

CentrePhoneWebsite
Aspley 10Pin Bowl07 3263 8848Here
Bundy Bowl & Leisure Centre07 4152 4334Here
Burdekin Bowl07 4783 3332 
Caboolture Bowl & Mini Golf07 5495 6000Here
Coolangatta Tweed Tenpin07 5536 1606Here
Go Bowling Ashmore07 5539 6433Here
Go Bowling Cairns07 4053 3497Here
Hervey Bay Tenpin Bowl07 4128 4200Here
Logan City Tenpin Bowl07 3209 2255Here
Mackay Leisure Centre07 4952 1509Here
Maryborough Tenpin07 4122 3100Here
Mt Isa Tenpin07 4749 5559 
Mt Warren Lanes07 3287 5666Here
NQ Tenpin Atherton07 4091 1900Here
Rockhampton Tenpin Bowl07 4927 1555Here
Strathpine Bowl07 3205 5386Here
Suncity Tenpin(07) 5443 2580Here
Toowoomba Sunset Superbowl07 4634 0233Here
Townsville Tenpin & Fun Centre 07 4773 2133Here
ZONE BOWLING Capalaba1300 368 067Here
ZONE BOWLING Mt Gravatt Lanes1300 368 067Here
ZONE BOWLING Richlands Bowl1300 368 067Here
ZONE BOWLING Robina1300 368 067Here

SA

Summary:

The current activity restrictions for South Australia are Level 1. For all the latest information and updates click here – https://www.covid-19.sa.gov.au/

The current activity restrictions can be found here – https://www.covid-19.sa.gov.au/restrictions-and-responsibilities/activities-and-gatherings/current-activity-restrictions

An overview of the activity restriction levels can be found here – https://www.covid-19.sa.gov.au/restrictions-and-responsibilities/activities-and-gatherings/restriction-levels

Business Requirements can be found here – https://www.covid-19.sa.gov.au/restrictions-and-responsibilities/activities-and-gatherings/business-requirements

Interstate arrivals

From 12:01 am 1 January 2022, travellers entering South Australia are no longer required to complete an EntryCheck SA application.

QR code check-in

COVID Safe Check-In is South Australia’s QR code check-in system.

All travellers should download the mySA GOV app from Google Play or the App Store before travelling to South Australia. You are required to use the COVID Safe Check-In whenever you enter a business or premises displaying an approved QR code.

If you do not have a smartphone, you must provide you can complete a manual check-in.

Travelling interstate

If you want to travel from South Australia to another state, check the rules of the state you are travelling to before you leave. Not all state travel arrangements are reciprocal.

Interstate COVID-19 travel information

The Healthdirect COVID-19 Restriction Checker also links to each state’s travel restrictions.


Links

COVID SA Headquarters

SA Response Guidelines

SA COVID Safety Plan – How to create

SA COVID Dashboard

Centre Contact List

CentrePhoneWebsite
Bowland Salisbury08 8250 2588Here
ZONE BOWLING Cross Road1300 368 067Here
ZONE BOWLING Noarlunga1300 368 067Here
ZONE BOWLING Woodville Bowl1300 368 067Here
Bowland Marion(08) 8298 9888Here
Kaboom Family Entertainment(08) 8723 2045Here

 

TAS

Summary:

All the latest information can be found here – https://www.coronavirus.tas.gov.au/

You can exercise and take part in both indoor and outdoor sports in Tasmania.

During sports, exercise and recreational activities:

  • Up to 1,000 people can gather at an outdoor premises.
  • Up to 250 people can gather in an undivided indoor area.
  • There can’t be more than 1 person per 2 square metres.

Athletes, staff, coaches, spectators, volunteers, children and babies are all included in the caps on numbers.

Full contact training and full-contact and non-contact competition sport can all take place. You can share sports equipment and use changing rooms and other shared facilities, although you should avoid using the facilities if you can.

Larger teams should separate into smaller groups at training and limit non-essential social activities.

Follow physical distancing rules and stay 1.5 metres away from other people, where practicable.

Mandatory ‘Check in TAS’ app

Businesses

A range of businesses, venues, organisations and events must register for and use the free Check in TAS app to collect the contact details of patrons aged 16 years and older.

For more information, including the complete list of applicable businesses and events, and how to register, visit coronavirus.tas.gov.au/check-in-tas and click on ‘Information for organisations and businesses’.

Patrons

Tasmanians and visitors aged 16 years and older must check in to a range of businesses, venues, organisations and events using the Check in TAS app.

If you don’t have an electronic device or are unable to use one, others in your group can check you in on their device or staff can check you in manually. You can also register for a Check in TAS card that can be scanned at businesses and venues across Tasmania.

For more information about the Check in TAS app, visit coronavirus.tas.gov.au/check-in-tas. Then select ‘Information for the community’ to apply for the check in card or contact the Public Health Hotline on 1800 671 738 for assistance.

For more information about restrictions in Tasmania, visit coronavirus.tas.gov.au and select ‘Current restrictions’.

Travelling to Tasmania

The restrictions that apply when travelling to Tasmania will depend on your COVID-19 vaccination status, and whether you’ve been in a high- or extreme-risk area in the previous 14 days.

This includes both domestic and international locations.

All travellers must register through the Tas e-Travel system. You can register or apply to travel to Tasmania up to 7 days before you arrive.

For a list of current high and extreme-risk areas, go to coronavirus.tas.gov.au and click on ‘Coming to Tasmania‘.

Fully vaccinated travellers

You’re considered fully vaccinated if:

  • you’ve completed a course of a TGA-approved or recognised COVID-19 vaccine (including mixed doses) and at least 14 days have passed since the final dose
  • you have acceptable proof you can’t be vaccinated for medical reasons
  • you’re under the age of 12 years and 2 months

If you’re fully vaccinated but have spent time in any high-risk areas in the 14 days before you intend to arrive in Tasmania, you are required to return a negative COVID-19 rapid antigen test within 24 hours before departure, or a PCR test 72 hours prior to departure to Tasmania.

If you’re travelling on the Spirit of Tasmania ferry, you can have the test within the relevant period before boarding.

If you’ve been out of Tasmania for 7 days or fewer, and spent time in a high-risk area, you don’t need to have a COVID-19 test taken before departure for Tasmania. You’ll be given a rapid antigen test on arrival and encouraged to use the test if you experience symptoms or are a close contact of a case.

The testing requirements apply to all travellers aged 5 years and older.

If you’ve been in an extreme risk area in the 14 days before arriving in Tasmania, you will need approval to enter.

Unvaccinated travellers

People who are not fully vaccinated — excluding people aged under 12 years and 2 months or who have a medical exemption, see above — cannot enter Tasmania unless approved. This includes Tasmanian residents.

You can submit an application through the Tas e-Travel system, which will need to include:

  • status of residence (if applicable)
  • evidence of suitable premises (or apply for hotel quarantine)
  • evidence of a negative result from a COVID-19 PCR test taken in the 72 hours prior to departure to Tasmania (this applies for all travellers aged 5 years and older)

If your application is approved, you must comply with the following entry conditions:

  • arrive at approved entry points
  • quarantine in suitable premises or a government-managed facility
  • minimum 5 days quarantine, up to 14 days depending on test results
  • if you have been in a high-risk area in 14 days before arriving in Tasmania:
    • test on day 1 and day 5
  • if you have been in a low-risk area in the 14 days before arriving in Tasmania:
    • test on day 1

You can apply for an exemption from quarantine if your travel is for essential reasons. If approved, conditions will apply.

Travel within Tasmania

People can travel within Tasmania.

King Island and Flinders Islands residents can travel to mainland Tasmania without quarantining on their return if they don’t travel via medium or high-risk locations in Australia.

For more information on restrictions in Tasmania, visit coronavirus.tas.gov.au.

Links

Tasmania COVID HQ

Current Restrictions

Gatherings, density and physical distancing

Important Community Updates

Centre Contact List

CentrePhoneWebsite
Devonport Tenpin Bowl03 6424 7688 
Launceston Lanes03 6344 9933Here
ZONE BOWLING Moonah1300 368 067Here

VIC

7th January 2022

The Victorian Government has announced steps to reduce testing queues and transmission in Victoria, under new pandemic orders taking effect from 11:59pm, Thursday 6 January 2022.

Density quotients and working and studying from home

To reduce the risk of super-spreader events in these settings, a density quotient of one person per two square metres will be required indoors at:

  • hospitality venues, including restaurants, cafés, pubs and nightclubs
  • entertainment venues, including arcades and amusement parks, casinos and gaming venues.

It is also recommended that entertainment and hospitality venues and their patrons opt for seated service only and avoid indoor dancefloors.

The strong recommendation to work from home and study from home for adult education if you can, will remain in place until Australia Day and will continue to be assessed.

Changes to the COVID-19 testing system

  • People who test positive on a Rapid Antigen Test (RAT) will be considered probable cases and be subject to the same requirements as confirmed cases from a PCR test. They must isolate for seven days and notify their contacts.
  • It will be mandatory for individuals to report the result of a positive RAT to the Department of Health through an online form or by phone – ensuring people can access the care and information they need, including monitoring for worsening symptoms and financial support for isolation.
  • Until RATs are in increased supply, Victorians who have symptoms, or asymptomatic household contacts required to use RATs, can still get a PCR test if they can’t access any RATs.
  • This change means PCR testing can increasingly be reserved for confirmation of clinical diagnoses in vulnerable settings and critical workforce testing.
  • Free RATs have been successfully distributed at four of the state’s largest testing centres – while Victoria awaits the arrival of the first significant delivery of the 44 million ordered tests.

The online and phone system for reporting a positive RAT will go live on 7 January and probable cases will be reported alongside confirmed cases in Victoria’s daily numbers.

More information on how Victorians can report their RAT result will be on the coronavirus website from 7 January. Information on updated COVIDSafe settings will also be published when the orders come into effect. For more information, please go to coronavirus.vic.gov.au.  

Remember to book your third vaccine dose at www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au/vaccine.


Victoria’s COVIDSafe settings

If you are fully vaccinated, have a valid medical exemption or are under the age of 12 and 2 months, you can attend sporting and recreation facilities — for example, sports grounds, gyms and swimming pools — and sporting events.

If you don’t meet the vaccination requirements, you can’t attend.

Vaccination requirements don’t apply to people involved in community sport — for example, a local football match — or people using swimming pools for essential medical care, such as hydrotherapy.

People under the age of 18 no longer need to show proof of their vaccination status.

Record keeping for contact tracing

To support contact tracing, all venues must ask visitors and staff who are on the premises to check in using the free Service Victoria QR Code app. For more details, visit coronavirus.vic.gov.au/checking-in-qr-codes.

Face Masks

  • Face masks are required indoors (except at home) for everyone aged 8 and above at all times, unless an exception applies.
    • We strongly recommend that you wear a face mask outdoors, if you can’t physically distance, have any symptoms, or if you are with people who may be vulnerable to COVID-19.
    • Carry a mask when leaving home. See the Face masks page for information about where masks are required.

Travel

There is no permit required to enter Victoria from interstate, unless you have been overseas in the past 14 days. There are no domestic testing requirements for interstate arrivals, this includes truck drivers and freight workers.  

If you have been overseas in the last 14 days see more information below in Overseas travellers.

You do not require a permit if you have completed hotel quarantine interstate and wish to enter Victoria.

Victorian residents who tested positive to COVID-19 interstate can return home to complete their isolation. You must take precautions to avoid putting other people at risk while travelling, such as wearing a mask, maintaining physical distance from others, and not leaving your vehicle unless necessary.

You do not require a permit if you are a domestic or an international aircrew services worker.

You must follow all Pandemic Orders in place while you are in Victoria. If you start to feel any symptoms of COVID-19, please get tested at one of the many testing sites across Victoria straight away.

Restrictions on entering other states from Victoria

For information about other states and territories rules for entry to their state please visit the relevant government websites:


Links

VIC Covid HQ

Record Keeping for contact tracing – for business

QR Code Check In Information

Sport & Rec Victoria

Centre Contact List

CentrePhoneWebsite
Bendigo Bowling Centre 03 5443 9944Here
Colac Strikes and Spares03 5231 4100 
Great Ocean Road Tenpin Bowl03 5561 6877Here
Horsham Lanes and Games03 5382 5022 
Oz Tenpin Ballarat Bowl03 5331 5610Here
Oz Tenpin Chirnside Park  03 9727 0007Here
Oz Tenpin Epping03 9408 3077Here
Oz Tenpin Geelong Bowling Lanes03 5241 2200Here
Oz Tenpin Greensborough Bowl03 9467 4544Here
Oz Tenpin Narre Warren Superbowl03 9704 2955Here
Oz Tenpin Point Cook03 9369 1400Here
Oz Tenpin Star Bowl03 5821 5587Here
Sunraysia Tenpin03 5022 2033Here
3D Lanes (Wodonga)02 6024 7022Paul Delany
Wangaratta Supa Bowl03 5722 3722Here
Wyncity Bowl & Entertainment03 9236 8383Here
Wyncity Morwell03 5134 6450Here
Xplosions Bar & Bowl03 9746 7278Here
ZONE BOWLING Boronia1300 368 067Here
ZONE BOWLING Forest Hill1300 368 067Here
ZONE BOWLING Frankston1300 368 067Here
ZONE BOWLING Highpoint1300 368 067Here
ZONE BOWLING Keon Park1300 368 067Here
ZONE BOWLING Moorabbin Bowl1300 368 067Here
ZONE BOWLING Watergardens1300 368 067Here

WA

Summary:

20th January 2022

Proof of vaccination will be required at all Tenpin Bowling Centre in WA from 31 January 2022 (under 3 categories – All hospitality and food and licensed venues, Indoor entertainment venues and Indoor (sports) Fitness Venues. Click here for more info

19th January 2022

Based on the latest health advice, a mask requirement for all indoor public settings will be introduced for the South West from 6:00pm, Monday 17 January, 2022.

The mask-wearing requirement will also apply to anyone who has been in the South West since Wednesday 12 January, when a previously reported positive COVID-19 case was infectious in the community, and has since travelled to another region.

This public health rule is in addition to the mask-wearing requirement currently in place for Perth and Peel, which requires people who have been in Perth or Peel since Thursday 6 January to wear a mask in other regions.

People are encouraged to keep checking the list of exposure sites and follow the testing and isolation advice if you have visited an exposure site.

Western Australian are encouraged to stay vigilant and get tested immediately if they develop COVID-19 symptoms, and use SafeWA and mandatory contact registers to check in to businesses and venues.

Full Release

All the latest COVID-19 news and restrictions in WA can be found here – https://www.wa.gov.au/government/covid-19-coronavirus

ServiceWA/SafeWA Contact Register

The state government have transitioned their tracking app to one that supports the uploading of the digital COVID Vax status certificates. For more information, please click here

COVID Controlled Border Information


Links

WA Covid Information Website

ServiceWA App Support

COVID Controlled Border Information

Centre Contact List

CentrePhoneWebsite
Bunbury Tenpin Bowl 08 9791 2233Here
Super Bowl Melville08 93307466Here
Super Bowl Warwick08 9246 5088Here
ZONE BOWLING Cannington1300 368 067Here
ZONE BOWLING Joondalup1300 368 067Here
ZONE BOWLING Morley1300 368 067Here
ZONE BOWLING Rockingham1300 368 067Here

ADVICE FOR PEOPLE WITH GREATER RISK TO COVID-19

Some people are at greater risk of more serious illness with COVID-19. As we move towards living in a COVIDSafe Australia, people still need to take extra steps to protect those most at risk. Read our advice on who is at greater risk and how to protect them.

Those considered as a greater risk to contracting COVID-19 are:

  • Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and people in remote communities
  • Older people
  • People in aged care facilities
  • People with chronic conditions
  • People with disability

Click here for more information from the Australian Government Health Department

Bowling in your state