Eased COVID-19 Restrictions 

May 18, 2020 By Southpoint Tuggeranong

Further eased COVID-19 restrictions commenced at 11.59pm Friday 19 June, in line with the Step 2.2 of Canberra’s Recovery Plan, the following restrictions that affect our centre remain in effect: Restaurants, cafés and other hospitality venues, gatherings will be set at 100 patrons for each indoor or outdoor setting, or one person per 4 square metres, whichever is lesser. This limit excludes staff. The following are open, observing the one per 4 square metre rule for up to 100 people (including staff) per indoor or outdoor space: Cinemas and movie theatres Indoor amusement centres, arcades, indoor play centres Personal services (beauty and nail salons waxing, spa and massage parlours) We’re just as excited as you are, but it’s important to understand what we all need to do to keep each other safe.
  • Social distancing and hygiene must be maintained.
  • Dine-in restaurants, cafés and pubs may re-open (excludes bars & gaming), however no more than 10 people are permitted inside at one time.
  • The food court remains open for takeaway only.
  • Outings are limited to 10 people, however social distancing must be maintained.
Here's a great explanation from the ACT government which answers many questions   

How to shop safely at South.Point


When you’re in the Centre, here’s some guidelines to keep in mind:


Social distancing requirements are still in place

  • Please keep 1.5m metres away from others
  • There are lots of signs around the Centre to remind you, including at all entrances and on information directories. Plus you’ll hear reminders every hour through the PA system.

Each store has a limit as to how many people can be inside at one time. 

  • All stores will display their maximum number of customers
  • Please follow the direction of the staff if the store is full, and pop back later
  • If you find yourself in a queue, please ensure you follow social distancing guidelines while queuing

It's important for us all to practice good hygiene.

  • Keep your hands clean and use the hand sanitiser located around the centre
  • Avoid physical greetings such as handshaking, hugs and kisses
  • Use tap-and-go instead of cash