COVID19 July update

What do changes to restrictions mean in your state?

As most of Australia is opening up at a rapid pace right now, it’s important to be mindful of what the current status of weddings is in your state. We anticipate that wedding activity will return to relatively normal levels once each state gets to 100 or more guests allowed.

At this stage, all but two states have returned to semi-normal levels of guest numbers. So, wedding planning and ceremonies should begin to happen quickly, and without health concerns, in most of Australia.

  • NSW: Uncapped numbers able to attend weddings at venues or outdoors as long as social distancing of 1 person per 4 sqm is taken into account. Church weddings are currently limited to a maximum of 20.
  • Victoria: Weddings at home, 5 guests max on top of the members of the household. If at a venue, up to 20 may attend (plus the celebrant and the couple). 
  • South Australia: Uncapped number of guests as long as social distancing of 1 person per 4 sqm is taken into account.
  • Queensland: A max of 20 guests as well as the couple and celebrant are currently allowed.
  • Northern Territory: Uncapped number of guests as long as social distancing of 1 person per 4 sqm is taken into account.
  • Western Australia: Uncapped number of guests as long as social distancing of 1 person per 2 sqm is taken into account.
  • Tasmania: Max of 500 people outdoors and 250 indoors with social distancing of 1 person per 2 sqm is taken into account.