The world is in a difficult time right now with the Coronavirus (COVID-19) making people unsure about what's going on and if we're safe.

It's important we stay up-to-date with changing restrictions happening throughout Victoria so you and your family and friends can stay safe.

We will endeavor to keep Community updated through our channels and encourage everyone to regularly check Coronavirus.gov.au


Current COVID-19 restrictions in Victoria

Statewide snap lockdown from 11.59pm, 15 July 2021

The Victorian Government announced that from 11.59pm 15 July 2021 the entire state will enter a five-day lockdown in response to the growing COVID-19 outbreak.

The restrictions that will be in place from throughout the lockdown are as follows:

  • Victorians will only have 5 reasons to leave home from midnight including shopping for food and supplies, authorized work, care and caregiving, exercise for up to 2 hours and no more than 5kms from your home, and for getting vaccinated at the nearest possible location.
  • Face masks will need to be worn indoors and outdoors everywhere except your own home.
  • Schools will close but childcare and kinder will remain open.
  • Cafes and restaurants can offer takeaway only.
  • Gyms and hairdressers will close.
  • Public and private gatherings are not permitted, except for visiting intimate partners. Single person bubbles are allowed.

For the full list of restrictions please visit - https://www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au/coronavirus-covidsafe-settings

Please see the following link for the full list of exposure sites - https://www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au/exposure-sites

If you have been to the following Tier One exposure sites, you are required to get tested and isolate for fourteen days. The advice for those who have visited Tier Two sites is to get tested urgently and isolate until you have a negative result.

For further information regarding current COVID Safe settings, Victoria’s travel permit system, the vaccine program, and more visit  Coronavirus.gov.au 

If you want to talk to someone about your symptoms, call the National Coronavirus Helpline for advice on 1800 020 080.


If you feel sick 

Remember that if you are feeling unwell and think you have symptoms of COVID-19 (such as fever, sweats or chills, sore throat, shortness of breath and/or loss of sense of smell or taste), seek medical advice and get a free test.

  • Get tested if you're not feeling well. Call your local Aboriginal health service or the COVID-19 hotline 1800 675 398 to find out where.
  • Work-from-home, if you can and are well enough to do so.
  • Keep-up-to date with the latest COVID-19 information

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are a high-risk group (due to higher rates of pre-existing medical conditions such as diabetes, heart and lung disease) so it's important that we get tested as soon as we present with any coronavirus symptoms.


Call your local Aboriginal health service or the COVID-19 hotline on 1800 675 398 to see where you can get tested.