UPDATED Melbourne COVID Restrictions Update - Mornington Peninsula - May 2021

In this video we give you an update of the current COVID 19 coronavirus restrictions...this includes a lockdown... as at 11.59 pm on 27th May 2021 through to 11.59 pm on 3rd June 2021, affecting the Melbourne Metropolitan area.... including the whole of the Mornington Peninsula Victoria Australia.

In particular, how COVID will effect real estate on the Mornington Peninsula.

The information is sourced from the site.

If you would like to keep updated, check out the site on a regular basis.


Social gatherings, visitors and leaving home

Stay at home unless:

• shopping for necessary goods and services (one person per household, once per day, a support person can accompany if required) • caregiving or compassionate reasons

• authorised work or permitted education, or work interstate

• exercise (up to two hours, with one other person or members of your household)

• receive a vaccination

• other specified reasons (specific exemptions apply)

Intrastate travel: Travel limit of 5km from place of primary residence, except:

• to access necessary goods and services where those goods and services cannot be accessed closer than 5kms from home. • to visit an intimate partner

• to visit a person in your “single bubble”

• allowed to travel for authorised work and permitted education

• work at an interstate location (where permitted by another state)

• care and compassionate reasons (specific exemptions apply)

Face coverings:

• Must be carried at all times

• Must be worn indoors and outdoors except if at home, or if an exemption applies

Private gatherings:

Not permitted, intimate partner visits / single bubble permitted

Public gatherings: Not permitted

Work: If you can work from home, you must work from home

• Authorised workplaces and workers defined below

Education and childcare Early learning centres, childcare, family day care: Open

Schools: Closed but open to vulnerable children and the children of essential workers

Higher education and training: Closed, remote learning only

Ceremonies and Religious Gatherings Religious gatherings and ceremonies: No in-person gatherings permitted.

Broadcast permitted Funerals Funerals (indoor and outdoor): Permitted with no more than 10 people (and those necessary to conduct the funeral).

Children under 12 months old are not counted towards this cap

Weddings Weddings (indoor and outdoor): Not permitted unless end of life or for deportation reasons. Involves only 5 persons (including the two persons being married, celebrant, two witnesses)

Indoor physical recreation & sport Closed

Play centres, indoor skateparks, indoor trampolining centres Closed

Outdoor physical recreation & sport Closed:

Outdoor playgrounds remain open

Creative Studios Closed

Entertainment and Leisure Indoor and Outdoor fixed seated entertainment: Closed

Non-seated indoor venues: Closed

Non-seated outdoor venues: Closed

Arcades, escape rooms, bingo centres: Closed

Drive-in cinemas: Closed

Amusement parks: Closed

Casinos: Closed

Retail betting venue: Closed

Electronic gaming:

Closed Sex on premises, brothels and sexually explicit venues: Closed

General retail Essential retail: Open, DQ 1 per 4sqm

Other/general retail: Closed (open for contactless click and collect only)

Auction houses: Closed (open for online only)

Hairdressing, beauty, personal care Closed

Hospitality Open for take-away only

Accommodation Closed unless for permitted reasons, or shelter in place. No new bookings except for authorised reasons

Real Estate Services

Inspections: Closed

Auctions: Closed (remote auctions only)

Tours and transport Tourism spaces:

Closed Tour transport: Closed

Care Facility Visitors

Visitor restrictions:

• No visitors are permitted into aged care or other residential facility settings, except for end-of-life reasons

• Non-essential contractors are restricted from entry Hospital Visitors Visitors restrictions:

• No visitors are permitted into health care settings, except for end-of-life reasons, as a support partner for birth, or a parent to accompany a child

• Non-essential contractors are restricted from entry


Note, this is not health or legal advice, please check the government websites for all the latest information and assistance.