Brisbane, Logan, Ipswich, Redland and Moreton Bay local government areas are in lockdown from 5pm, Monday 29 March until 5pm, Thursday 1 April.
All non-essential businesses in these areas must close during this period. Exceptions include:
- cafes, pubs and restaurants – open only for takeaway or home delivery service (no dine-in service)
- weddings (ceremony) – maximum of 10 people, including celebrant and witnesses
- funerals – maximum of 20 people, excluding officials
- boot camps and personal training – maximum of 2 people outdoors (including the trainer), with physical distancing observed
- social sport (e.g. golf and tennis) – maximum of 2 people outdoors, with physical distancing observed
- food markets and farmers markets – can continue to operate
- real estate auctions and open house inspections – by private appointment only.
Read more about the Greater Brisbane lockdown.
Wearing a mask (all of Queensland)
Your staff and customers must wear a mask in indoor spaces. It’s also strongly recommended that you wear a mask outdoors if you are unable to stay more than 1.5 metres away from others.
This is a requirement across the whole of Queensland (not just Greater Brisbane).
Staff and customers can remove their mask to eat or drink. There may be other circumstances where you do not have to wear a mask, such as if it’s not safe to do so in your workplace, or if you have certain medical conditions.
Read more about when to wear a mask and what exceptions apply.
Dining and drinking restrictions (outside Greater Brisbane)
Restaurants, cafes, bars and nightclubs outside of Greater Brisbane can only open for seated eating and drinking, no standing allowed, from 5pm, Monday 29 March.