Porepunkah, Myrtleford and Mount Beauty transfer stations will remain open and operate with their regular trading hours. Customers are required to wear a mask to attend these sites, and do not attend if unwell.
Outdoor playgrounds and skateparks will also remain open.
Exercise and shopping will be limited to five kilometres from your home. If there are no shops in your five-kilometre radius, you’ll be able to travel to the ones closest to you.
Face masks will need to be worn indoors and outdoors – whenever you leave home.
As with Stage 4 restrictions, all non-essential retail will close, but essential stores like supermarkets, petrol stations and pharmacies will remain open.
Cafes and restaurants will only be able to offer take-away.
> No visitors to your home
> Public gatherings won’t be able to go ahead
> School students will be learning from home, unless they need onsite supervision as the children of essential workers
> Universities and TAFEs will close or move to remote learning
> Gyms, pools, community centres, entertainment venues and libraries will close
> Hotel and accommodation providers will be able to stay open to support guests already staying onsite - no new bookings can be made
> Funerals will be able to go ahead with up to ten people
> Weddings will need to be postponed
> A list of who is considered an essential worker will be made available online - if you were a permitted worker during Stage 4 restrictions – you’ll most likely be an essential worker now too