Due to VIC State Government regulations, we require all guests over the age of 12 (and 2 months) to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination or medical exemption.
On arrival, our venue teams in VIC will need to see a copy of your vaccination status or medical exemption, which can be in the form of:
- Printed or digital COVID-19 vaccination certificate;
- Online immunisation history statement - downloaded from MyGov, Medicare; or
- Medical exemptions provided from a medical practitioner in the form approved by the relevant States’ Chief Health Officer
Guests under the age of 18 who are fully vaccinated may attend our venues without an adult (except where liquor licensing and other relevant venue policies apply.)
Guests under the age of 12 (and 2 months) who are not fully vaccinated may enter but only if accompanied by an adult (+18) who is fully vaccinated. There is no limit to the number of unvaccinated under 12s that can be accompanied by one individual vaccinated adult and they do not have to be from the same household. If the guest is 12 years (and 2 months) or older, they are not able to enter our venues unless fully vaccinated or medically exempt.
In the event that guests over the age of 12 (and 2 months) are unable to provide proof of vaccination or exemption, due to VIC State Government guidelines similar to liquor licensing rules we will not be able to provide entry to venues, due to financial penalties for guests and businesses.
It is an expectation from the Victorian Government that guests under 16-years-old hold some form of identification at all times, they may be asked to prove who they are upon entry into the venue. This must include name and birthday, examples include a school ID or library card as well other official forms of identification.
We will endeavour to provide any further updates or information relevant to each State or Local Government on this page, but if you have any further questions about our policy or wish to provide feedback, we suggest guests get in touch via [email protected]