Easing of COVID-19 restrictions allows dancing and more on the Myall Coast

1. NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian will lift COVID-19 restrictions.


NSW Premier, Gladys Berejiklian has announced an ease of COVID-19 restrictions to roll out from 12:01AM Monday 29 March.

The lift in restrictions include: no caps on weddings or funerals, no restrictions on singing (including in places of worship), no restriction on dancing (including at weddings and in pubs and nightclubs), no cap on visitors in the home, 200 people allowed for personal outdoor public gatherings, all venues to move to the one person per two square metre rule, 100% seated capacity at entertainment venues (including stadiums and theatres) and mask use on public transport will move from mandatory to strongly recommended.

Venues on the Myall Coast are incredibly excited about the lift in the restrictions.

Ben Hanson, Tea Gardens Hotel publican told News Of The Area, “It’s a very positive step in getting towards the other end of COVID-19.

“A year ago many venues including our own had to shut down, and now here we are.

“We’re super excited to continue bringing live music and supporting the arts.”

With the lift in restrictions, patrons are still encouraged to social distance as much as possible, but visitors are being encouraged to support the live music acts that will be performing at various clubs, pubs and venues around the Myall Coast region.



Leave a Reply