Last Update: 26 March 2021
From 6pm Friday 26 March, Victoria will further relax its COVIDSafe settings to allow more visitors in the home and reduce mask wearing.
Face masks will no longer be required in retail settings. Victorians will still need to carry one with them at all times and wear it on public transport, in rideshare vehicles and taxis and in sensitive settings such as aged care facilities and hospitals.
Victorians will be able to host up to 100 people in their home per day (infants under 12 months old not included in the cap). Outdoor gatherings in public places – the beach, the park – can also increase to 200 people.
Impact on Council services
Our Customer Service centres at the Civic Centre, Box Hill Town Hall and Forest Hill are operating as usual. You can also contact us via Council’s website, phone on 9262 633 or email at email@example.com.
If you're planning on booking a group tour at Schwerkolt Cottage, we still need to take the space restrictions and density limits into consideration. Visit Schwerkolt Cottage webpage for details.
What hasn’t changed?
We must continue to maintain 1.5m physical distance and good hand hygiene, and remember to carry our face masks.
If we have even mild symptoms, we should get tested, and stay at home while waiting for the results.
When visiting businesses, cafes, cinemas, gyms, community centres or places of worship, remember to use the QR codes to check in or leave your details with pen and paper.
For information about coronavirus or to find your nearest testing site, visit coronavirus.vic.gov.au or call 1800 675 398.
COVID-19 translated information for people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds, health professionals and industry can be found on the DHHS website or access them via the links below. Information includes factsheets and promotional materials.
Chinese - Simplified and Traditional
Coronavirus (COVID-19) - 简体中文 / 繁體中文
Including Mandarin and Cantonese audio files - 普通话/广东话
Shaping Whitehorse webinar
Do you live, work, study, visit or play in Whitehorse? Council is inviting you to a webinar to talk about shaping our future.
We want your input on our community's health and wellbeing, the environment, our local economy, housing and accommodation and other services relevant to you.
During the 90-minute webinar we will share information about where Whitehorse is currently and some insight into how we got there. Along the way we’ll be using break out rooms and polls to get your insights into what is important (big and small) for us to prioritise into the future.
We want to hear you big ideas for Whitehorse!
When: Tuesday 27 April 2021
The webinar will be interactive, involving lots of conversations, brainstorming and polling.