Border restrictions

All travellers coming to South Australia must complete the Cross Border Travel Registration at least 7 days prior to travel, irrespective of whether they are from a low community-transmission zone or a prescribed location. A registration must be completed for each person in your travelling party, including all children, or you will experience delays on arrival.

Victoria COVID-19 traveller Information

Victorian border restrictions have been eased from 12.01 am, Friday 26 February.

People who were in quarantine in South Australia, having recently arrived after being in Greater Melbourne, are not required to complete their 14-day isolation but still need to complete their day 1, 5 and 12 COVID-19 tests.

However, anyone present at the Tier 1 exposure sites in the Greater Melbourne area will need to complete the full 14-day quarantine period.

COVID SAfe Check-In

Any defined public activity which requires a COVID Safe Plan and gatherings of 51 to 200 people at residential premises, must use an approved contact tracing system which includes the COVID-SAfe Check in, Scan Tek or any other electronic platform which is approved by the state coordinator.

The QR Code will be issued upon the completion of an appropriate COVID-Safe Plan.

The QR code must be displayed in the premises/business/venue.

More information:

Dancing

Restrictions around dancing have been eased as of 12.01 am Friday 26 February 2021.

Venues with more than 1000 patrons will still need to observe any restrictions of their COVID Management Plan.

In venues between 200 and 1000 patrons, dancing will be permitted in a designated dancefloor area, to a maximum of 50 people. QR check-in, COVID Marshals and physical distancing of 1 person per 2 square metres will continue to be required.

Smaller venues, with fewer than 200 patrons, will be allowed to have dancing, provided COVID-Safe measures are undertaken, including QR check-in, COVID Marshals in place, and physical distancing of 1 person per 2 square metres.

Mask use

Masks are no longer mandatory for people in health care settings. More information on mask use, including frequently asked questions, is available at www.sahealth.sa.gov.au/COVIDmasks.

Gatherings

The number of people at a place must not exceed 1 person per 2 square metres.

Private functions, including weddings and funerals, can host 200 people.

Gatherings at a private residence are allowed a maximum of 50 people with no requirements. Gatherings of between 51 and 200 people at a residential premises require a COVID-Safe Plan, COVID Marshal and guests must check-in via the COVID SAfe Check-in.

Current directions

As of 26 February, the following Directions are in effect:

To see how these directions are applied, visit the following pages:

See Common questions for more information.

Page last updated: 26 February 2021