COVID-19 update

News Update 3 March 2022
Level 2 public health and social measures were introduced state-wide from Thursday 3 March 2022 to mitigate the risk of COVID-19 spreading in the community. These measures are now in place for certain City services, programs, facilities, events and situations as summarised below.


Mask wearing requirements have been expanded to include people aged 8 years (children in Year 3) and above in all public indoor settings (usual exemptions apply). The mask requirement includes visitors to all indoor City venues and at some outdoor settings such as events and are encouraged at all other outdoor settings where physical distancing is not possible.

Checking In

People are required to check-in using the SafeWA/ServiceWA app or the hard copy register before entering all indoor City venues and at some outdoor settings such as events.

Proof of Vaccination

Everyone aged 16 and older (unless exempt) must show proof of vaccination to enter certain venues, including some areas and some activities within the following City facilities (as prescribed in the state government directions):

  • George Burnett Leisure Centre

  • Collier Park Village

  • South Perth and Manning Senior Citizens Centres

  • Collier Park Golf Course (all areas)

  • Other community facilities and halls including South Perth Community Hall, Manning Community Hall, John McGrath Pavilion and Hall, Collins Street Centre, and Moresby Street Hall etc.

Proof of vaccination is required when entering indoor sports courts (except for organised community sport), fitness rooms, or any indoor space that is open to the public and being used for entertainment.

Music events held at outdoor venues such as Sir James Mitchell Park and other parks and reserves also require proof of vaccination. For information on how to show your proof of vaccination and acceptable forms of proof, visit the WA Government website.

Venue Capacity Limits and other Restrictions

Indoor City venues including George Burnett Leisure Centre, Senior Citizen’s Centres and Community Halls have a two (2) square metre rule. 150 person capacity limit indoors or outdoors for weddings and funerals. No spectators for indoor community sport, except parents or guardians.

Outdoor City venues including parks and reserves have a two (2) square metre rule and 500 person capacity limit for outdoor public venues and events. Private outdoor gatherings in a public space are limited to 50 people (except weddings and funerals which have a 150 person capacity). No spectators for outdoor community sport, except parents or guardians.

Feeling Unwell

Anyone experiencing any COVID-19 symptoms should refrain from visiting community facilities. if people are feeling unwell, they should get tested and isolate until they receive a negative result.

More Info

Refer to the WA Government’s COVID-19 webpage for more information.

Contact us

For more information, please contact the City.