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Public events

We're helping to keep Victorian events safe. Event organisers need to register their event and submit documentation based on number of attendees and risk factors.

1. Understand the Public Events Framework

Familiarise yourself with the Public Events Framework including definitions, attendee limits, venue requirements and the return of public events phases.

2. Check the public event self-assessment tool

Complete the public event self-assessment tool by answering questions about the number of attendees and public health risk factors. This will determine the  tier classification for your event.

3. Complete the required documents

Depending on the tier of your event, you will need to complete one of the following templates:

Only the above templates will be accepted when you register your event.

4. Register your event

Once you've completed relevant tier documents, register your public event. Remember to attach all the required documents.

  • Tier 1 events must submit a COVIDSafe Event Plan 8 to 10 weeks prior to either the start of the event, or when the decision by the event organiser is required to confirm how/if the event will proceed.
  • Tier 2 events must submit a COVIDSafe Event Plan 4 to 6 weeks prior to either the start of the event or when the decision by the event organiser is required to confirm how/if the event will proceed.
  • Tier 3 events must submit the COVIDSafe Event Checklist at least one week before the start of the event.

More information

If you have any questions, you can contact Business Victoria, via phone on 13 22 15, or email the Department of Jobs Precincts and Regions public events team: COVIDSafeEvents@ecodev.vic.gov.au.

Reviewed 30 March 2021

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