Further Restrictions Ease
Posted by Nicole Catabran on 20 June 2020
Find out more on current restrictions on state borders and public areas such as gyms, restuarants and shops.
From 16 June, travellers from Western Australia, Northern Territory and Tasmania were permitted to enter South Australia without having to undero a 14-day quarantine upon arrival. From 19 June, further border restrictions eased as Queensland were also permitted travel into South Australia without having to undergo a 14-day quarantine upon arrival.
However for travellers from New South Wales, Victoria and the Australian Capital Territory, they will be permitted to enter SA from 20 July, subject to a public health risk assessment.
See some helpful links below provided by the SA Government:
From 29 June, more restrictions are due to ease, with no maximum capacities (compared to the 80 person maximum prior to this date) for public areas such as restaurants, clothing shops, gyms, recreational venues etc., so long as there are 2 square metres allocated for each person.
Food courts, casinos, nightclubs and amusement parks are also among the few areas, where restrictions meant they could not open at all, are finally permitted to open after approximately 3 months of closure.
While this is some fantastic news for everyone in SA and other states and territories wanting to travel to SA, we must maintain high standards of hygienic and sanitation practices, in order for everything to stay the same (i.e. so we don't have a second wave of COVID cases), especially as international flights start to come in for Australian citizens stranded overseas.
Additionally, if you're needing a place to stay in Glenelg or generally somewhere near the airport, please don't hesitate to get in touch! We understand that before you book with us, you would want to know what are doing to ensure we are keeping the health of our guests and staff, our number one priority. See our COVID update
to see what we've been busy doing!