Metro Melbourne eased restrictions – Thursday  10th June 2021 11:59pm
You cannot go further than 25 kms but you can paddle and gain limited access to your clubhouse, subject to your club committee discretion.
The new guidelines allow access to toilets and limited access, two people at a time with masks on to retrieve boats and equipment.
– No usage of change rooms.
– Compulsory use of QR codes apply.
– Groups size max outdoors of 10 and coaching is allowed.
– At this stage no organised competition for community sport allowed.

Thanks to all clubs and paddlers for their ongoing  efforts to comply with the ever changing regulations and keeping us all safe.

DHHS COVID Safe Settings

Table Of Restrictions

Stay safe everyone and have good long weekend.
Mark Heggie – EO Paddle Victoria

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