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COVID-19 update - Friday 7 May 2021

Information on the current transitional restrictions for City of Wanneroo facilities can be found on our COVID-19 information page. Further information

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COVID-19 update - Friday 7 May 2021

Restrictions will ease in Perth and Peel from 12:01am, Saturday 8 May, subject to no further outbreaks. These restrictions will remain in place until 12:01am, Saturday 15 May.  

From 12:01am on Saturday 8 May, masks only required in the following settings:

  • Public transport
  • Hospitals
  • Aged care and disability facilities
  • Large events with more than 1,000 people.

For more information about the restrictions currently in place, please visit wa.gov.au

Saturday 8 May until Saturday 15 May

  • The Customer Service Counter at the Wanneroo Civic Centre (8:30am – 5pm, Monday to Friday) will continue to operate as normal.
  • Aquamotion and Kingsway Indoor Stadium will reopen, however, the sauna will remain closed. Capacity restrictions apply adhering to the 2sqm rule (with 8 persons maximum capacity in the spa). Masks are not required when swimming or using the spa.
  • Community Centres have reopened. Capacity restrictions apply adhering to the 2sqm rule. 
  • Sporting Grounds are open for training and spectators are now permitted.
  • Dog Parks, Skate Parks and Playgrounds remain open.
  • Yanchep Two Rocks Access Centre (YTRAC) and Girrawheen Hub will continue their standard operating hours.
  • Libraries have resumed normal opening hours.
  • Wanneroo Regional Museum will reopen.
  • Volunteer Bushfire Brigades have resumed normal service. 
  • Heritage Houses will reopen.
  • Youth Outreach
  • The Community Transport Program will be open for general hire and external hirers.
  • Public community events will resume, observing social distancing guidelines and the need where required for COVID-19 event plans.
  • Library programs will resume.

If you are unwell, more than ever you need to stay home and get tested if you’re symptomatic. 

Testing clinics are open and ready for people to get tested, if you are symptomatic.

More information on testing clinics is available at the HealthyWA website

Community and Local Business Support

The City of Wanneroo is committed to working with our community and businesses as we recover from COVID-19. We know our residents and local businesses are facing many challenges and whilst we are on the road to recovery, we want to ensure everyone knows what services and funding support are available for both our community and local businesses.

Visit the Community and Local Business Support for more information.

If you are seeking urgent information or support to connect you with local services, please contact the City's Community Development team on 9405 5600 or email community.development@wanneroo.wa.gov.au 

Further information on COVID-19

  • To view information from the State Governement, visit the WA Government website.
  • 13COVID hotline (13 26 843) - a hotline to help answer questions West Australians have on the current COVID-19 state of emergency. Operates 7am-10pm, seven days a week.
  • After hours, call the National Coronavirus Helpline on 1800 020 080 if you believe you may have symptoms. 
  • As always, if there is a life-threatening emergency, call 000.
    Commonwealth Department of Health - COVID-19 fact sheets, including symptoms and prevention.
    HealthyWA - information on local COVID-19 clinics.
    The Commonwealth Department of Health - COVID-19 translated resources.