COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Update
Updated 13 September, 2021
At Adelaide Convention Centre, the health and wellbeing of our guests and team members remains our top priority. We are continuing to actively monitor the situation regarding COVID-19 and are following the latest advice and guidelines issued by SA Health, the Australian Department of Health and the World Health Organisation. Currently, South Australia is currently subject to Level 1 restrictions (with some additional restrictions)*, which includes adherence to the following measures:
- Density requirement of no more than 3 people per 4 square metres for seated activities, and no more than 1 person per 2 square metres for non-seated activities
- Seated food and beverage consumption only
- Masks are to be worn in shared indoor public places unless you have a medical exemption, for which evidence must be produced upon request, or in circumstances where the ability to see the mouth is essential for communication, such as to enable communication by or with any patron who is deaf or hard of hearing
*Restrictions will be reviewed on a regular basis and are subject to change.
Travelling to South Australia
In accordance with SA Health directives, please note that Level 6 restrictions are currently in place for the following regions, preventing entry into South Australia until further notice .
- New South Wales
Travellers who have been in Logan City LGA* and City of Brisbane LGA in Queensland after 5 September, 2021 are subject to Level 3 restrictions, which requires a COVID-19 test on day 1, 5 & 13 and requires them to self-quarantine until a negative test result. Level 3 restrictions also prevent entry to an event at the Adelaide Convention Centre that has more than 1,000 guests until 14 days after their arrival into South Australia.
*Logan City LGA is situated to the south of the City of Brisbane and to the north (but not including) the Gold Coast.
Any person arriving from Western Australia, Tasmania, Northern Territory or all other areas in Queensland (except those detailed above) is permitted to enter South Australia without restriction providing they have not been in a restricted zone within the past 14 days. All travellers coming to South Australia must complete the Cross Border Travel Registration form on the SA Police website prior to travel.
For additional information on travel into South Australia, please click here.
COVID Safe Measures
All visitors attending an event at the Adelaide Convention Centre are required to please ‘check in’ to the venue upon arrival using the South Australian Government’s official COVID SAfe Check-In process. This involves scanning a QR code upon arrival. Guests will be able to find these QR codes displayed at each building entrance, and asked to provide proof of check-in (ie show the ‘green tick’ on their phone) prior to entering the Centre. For those without a mobile device, our staff will direct you to the manual check-in form to complete. Further information can be found online here.
To provide confidence and ensure a safe environment for visiting delegates, clients and staff, we have a comprehensive COVID Management Plan in place, which has been approved by the South Australian Government and includes the dedicated measures below. Please note, as part of our practices to provide a safe and secure environment, access to the Adelaide Convention Centre at this time is for registered event attendees only. There is no public thoroughfare to access the Adelaide Riverbank Promenade.
If you are attending an upcoming event at the Centre we ask that you please play your part and help us be COVID Safe by practising proper hand hygiene; adhering to physical distancing by maintaining 1.5m from others at all times; and staying home if you feel unwell.
If you are an Event Organiser and have questions regarding a scheduled event at the Centre, please continue to liaise with your Event Planning Manager.
If you are attending an upcoming event at the Adelaide Convention Centre and have any questions, please contact the Event Organiser directly.
Further information and relevant links
The latest advice regarding COVID-19 can be found via the following links: