- have visitors in your home
- visit someone else at home.
If more than 100 people visit a home, the person organising the event has to make a plan.
Everyone at the event has to follow the rules in the plan.
A person who is working or providing care to someone else is not counted in the number of people allowed to visit a home.
You can do things such as:
- go to work
- go to school
- go to the shops
- go to the doctor and regular appointments you have
- get medical supplies
- get the care you need
- care for other people
- exercise and play sport
attend religious services.
You can meet other people outside in groups.
This includes when you go to the:
There are rules for the number of people allowed at an outdoor event.
If more than 200 people meet up in a group outdoors, the people who organise the event have to follow the rules and make a plan to keep everyone safe.
You can use the services you need such as:
- social or community services
- disability services
- employment services
- services for victims, including victims of crime
- domestic violence services
- mental health services.
You can go to:
- gyms and fitness studios
- dance studios
- community centres
- nail and beauty salons
- tattoo parlours
- massage parlours.
If you go to the gym, there is a limit on the number of people in a class.
You might have to book to go to a class.
You can visit:
- theatres and concert halls
- zoos and reptile parks
- national parks
- art galleries.
You can visit places that serve food such as:
- food courts.
The people who organise a wedding need to know the rules and make a plan to keep everyone safe.
The people who organise a funeral or memorial service need to know the rules and make a plan to keep everyone safe.
You can travel or go on a holiday in NSW.
If you leave NSW to visit another state or territory, you have to check their rules before you go.