COVID-19 Industry Portal

The Coronavirus crisis is creating extreme uncertainty for our industry. Tourism Accommodation Australia is committed working with Government to provide relevant and up -to-date information to industry to assist in the management of what is a very unpredictable situation.

With the currently landscape of our environment constantly changing, we will ensure to regularly update this portal as information and advice becomes available.

For specific questions relating to your individual circumstances, please contact TAA NSW at taa@tourismaccommodation.com.au or on 02 8218 1847.

Current COVID-19 Measures

Hospitality venues

Venues such as cafes, restaurants, food and drink premises, micro-breweries, cellar doors, casinos, registered clubs, small bars and casinos must comply with the same restrictions that are in place for pubs.

Penalties apply for venues that are found to breach the public health order rules. For more information click here.

Corporate events 

A corporate event is an event, hospitality or social activity organised, held or funded by a business or other organisation for staff, clients or stakeholders and held at a function centre.

The maximum number of people who can attend a corporate event cannot exceed 150 people or the one customer per 4 square metre rule, whichever is the lesser. For more information click here.

Gyms

  • Gyms must have a COVID-19 Safety Hygiene Marshal present at all times the gym is open and be registered as COVID Safe.
    • This applies to gyms that are indoors and open to members of the public.
    • A gym does not include a dance, yoga, pilates, gymnastics or martial arts studio.
  • If a gym is not open to members of the public, the COVID Safe requirements do not apply. This exemption applies to gyms in hotels, workplaces and residential premises (such as a home or an apartment building). For more information click here.

 

More information including FAQs about Coronavirus can be found on the Department of Health’s website or Australia.com and travel advisories on DFAT’s Smart Traveller site.