Sport and recreation at Orange

You can play and watch sport and recreation at Orange.

Sport and recreation can go ahead

Indoor and outdoor sport events can go ahead at Orange. This includes community and professional sport.

Indoor and outdoor recreation facilities can open. This includes gyms, dance studios, ice skating rinks, playgrounds and outdoor exercise classes.

There are no capacity limits indoors or outdoors. 

Sport or recreation events

If you are playing in or watching a controlled-access event, then you must follow the rules for events. They involve ticketing, registration or another way to control access. They can be held either at a commercial or private venue.

Events at Orange 

Public swimming pools

If you want to visit a public swimming pool, then you must follow the rules for public facilities.

Public facilities at Orange 

Face masks

You do not need to wear a face mask outdoors, at a sporting or recreation event, when you are exercising, or playing sport.

When face masks do not need to be worn

At Orange, you are encouraged to wear a face mask in public indoor settings wherever it is practical.

Find a full list of where you must wear a face mask:

When to wear a face mask

Keep up healthy habits to protect us

Even though we are a highly vaccinated country, COVID-19 can still spread in our communities. Slow the spread of the virus by keeping up healthy habits.

Keep up healthy habits

More information for sports clubs and event organisers

Sporting event organisers can find more detailed information on

COVID-19 Protection Framework | (external link)

Sports clubs can find more detailed information on

COVID-19 overview | (external link)

Recreation businesses can find more detailed information on

Entertainment, recreation and exercise guidance | (external link)

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