What restrictions are in place?

Restrictions on sports activities, facilities and clubs now apply. The following activities and venues are closed:

  • a place that provides yoga, Pilates, barre, massage or other wellness services
  • bathhouse, public swimming pools, wave pools, water parks and recreational lakes for swimming or water sports
  • a gymnasium, skate park, public playground or outdoor gym equipment in a public place
  • arena, stadium, sporting facility, amusement park, community centre, recreation or play centre, whether indoors or outdoors
  • a place that provides physical training indoors
  • a business that provides physical training activities outdoors except for a physical training activity conducted outdoors with no more than 2 people present, including the trainer.

* Facilities may remain open for the purpose of hosting essential voluntary or public services, such as food banks or homeless services.

* Massage services that are provided as allied health services are exempt.

* Closed facilities may be used by staff for the purposes of filming online instruction, providing that physical distancing measures are observed.

Where other sporting activities cause individuals to gather, all physical distancing measures and hygiene practices must be applied.

For more info visit https://coronavirus.nt.gov.au/community-advice/sports-and-clubs

These restrictions may change, so please continue to check the website regularly for up to date information.

Last updated: 06 April 2020

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