These are the Current State by State Wedding Restrictions


A message from our Director Wendy El-Khoury:


“Wedded Wonderland is here to support our Community – Couples and Businesses alike, as we continue to drive the campaign #saveourweddings. We know this is an incredibly challenging time for all. To all the wonderful Business Owners who have and continue to work hard behind the scenes representing this industry, thank you. To our Couples, feel free to reach out and engage in our private Wedded Wonderland Facebook Group. which continues to provide support and guidance.

We are Wedded to celebrating Weddings once lockdowns and restrictions are eased. Our Industry and Couples are and should be a key consideration in decision making for our Parliamentarians. In some States there has been more success than others and we recognize this. We are most certainly in this together. Our collective voices have had a huge impact in ensuring an understanding on the importance of Weddings. We will continue driving this message forward with positivity, tenacity and of course… love.”

#saveourweddings 

In the meantime we’ve put together a simple Australia-wide breakdown of the ongoing restrictions below.

New South Wales

The following restrictions apply until midnight Friday 16 July 2021:

Greater Sydney(including the Central Coast, Blue Mountains, Wollongong, Shellharbour).
Stay at home order until midnight, Friday, July 16 2021


Regional NSW No dancing or singing allowed except at weddings (limited to 20 people at once, bridal party only)

Source https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19

Victoria

From Thursday 11.59pm:

There will be no set limit for religious gatherings but there will be a density limit of 1 person per 2 square metres provided a COVID Check-in Marshall is present. If not, a 1 person per 4 square metre limit will apply.


Funerals will have 300 person limit subject to venue density caps.

Weddings will also have a 300 person limit subject to venue density caps and dance floors will return with a limit of 50 people.

Source https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/

Queensland

The following restrictions apply until 6:00pm Friday 16 July 2021:
Up to 100 people can attend weddings and funerals


Only 20 people can dance at weddings

Source https://www.qld.gov.au/

Western Australia

Until 12.01am Monday 12 July 2021, the following restrictions are in place:

Weddings and funerals are limited to 150 guests.

Indoor private gatherings are limited to 30 people, and outdoor private gatherings are limited to 150 people.

Places of worship can open with a 150-person limit and the 2 square metres rule.

SOURCEhttps://www.healthdirect.gov.au/covid19-restriction-checker/weddings-funerals-religions-services/wa

South Australia

In South Australia, hospitality venue limits will go back to allow three people per four square metres, home gatherings will revert to a cap of 200 people and dancing, singing and drinking while standing up will be allowed again.


SOURCE:  https://www.abc.net.au/news/2021-07-05/sa-covid-social-restrictions-eased-with-no-new-cases/100267392

Source https://coronavirus.tas.gov.au/

Northern Territory

There is no limit to the number of people at a wedding or funeral in the Northern Territory.

SOURCE: https://www.healthdirect.gov.au/covid19-restriction-checker/weddings-funerals-religions-services/nt

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