We value the health and safety of our patrons, performers and staff.
Our team are updated weekly with health and safety regulations and ensure all hygiene requirements are adhered to in all of our events. Physical distancing guidelines will be visually shown through floor markings and with the help of staffing and security at all live events.
We ensure the provision of soaps and hand sanitisers for both staff and patrons at all times.
As guided by health.gov.au we will be enforcing the following at our events (subject to updated regulations and guidelines):
- Provide soap and water in all public restrooms.
- Provide alcohol-based hand sanitisers at entry and exit points of the venue.
- Ensure venue staff clean and disinfect surfaces including but not limited to bench tops, tables and doorknobs.
- Accept only 'tap' and contactless payment methods. No cash handling unless health regulations allow at the time of the event.
- Increase the amount of fresh air by opening windows or changing air conditioning. Our rooftop bar will be an optional space to use if it is considered more suitable than our interior spaces.
Please check back for further updates as rules and regulations may change.
Update: 21st July 2020:
Phase 5 of the WA COVID-19 roadmap pushed back
“Based on the latest health advice, Phase 5 of the WA COVID-19 roadmap, due to be implemented on Saturday, 18 July, has been pushed back.
Phase 5 would see remaining restrictions removed, except WA’s hard border and access to remote Aboriginal communities.
It would also see the removal of WA’s 2 square metre rule and the 50 per cent capacity for our major venues.
The new tentative date for Phase 5 will now be Saturday, 1 August. A final decision on whether Phase 5 can proceed on this date will be decided in about 2 weeks’ time.”
Update: 22nd June 2020:
"From 11.59pm on Friday June 26, all existing gathering limits will be removed.
Gathering limits will now only be determined by the reduced 2 sqm rule.
That 2 sqm rule will only include staff at venues that hold more than 500 patrons.
The casino floor at Crown will reopen for gambling, but every second machine will be switched off.
Large stadiums such as Optus and RAC Arena can reopen for events, but only at 50 per cent capacity.
All events will now be permitted except for large-scale, multi-stage music festivals, which means concert halls, live music venues, bars, pubs and nightclubs can reopen." [Read More...]