Friday 29 April 2022
Public health measures to mitigate COVID-19 will ease on Friday 29 April 2022. The modified measures now in place for certain City services, programs, facilities, events and situations are summarised below.
- Indoor mask mandate lifted - No more masks will be required at City venues, indoor gatherings or at outdoor spaces. Masks are encouraged where physical distancing isn’t possible.
- All COVID-19 capacity and gathering limits for indoor and outdoor City venues will be lifted.
- Proof of vaccination requirement will be removed for entry to all City facilities excluding residential aged care facilities.
- If you are feeling unwell or displaying any COVID-19 symptoms please isolate and refrain form visiting City facilities until you receive a negative test or are feeling better.
Please visit the WA Government website for updates on the COVID situation.
This page will be updated as and when this advice changes.
COVID-19 three day lockdown
Following the Premier's announcement of a three day total lockdown, all City facilities will be closed until further notice.
COVID-19 post lockdown update
Some City facilities will start to reopen from Saturday 6 February pending no further local cases today and the ending of the five day lockdown.
South Perth Libraries to reopen Saturday 6 February
South Perth and Manning Libraries will reopen on Saturday 6 February.