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Stockland information about Coronavirus (COVID-19)

As the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) continues to evolve across the country, we want to make sure you are updated on the steps we are taking to help continue to protect our communities from the spread of the virus. We have a dedicated team of representatives from across the business who are closely monitoring the latest advice from Government and health authorities, and taking the appropriate action.

In line with the latest Federal and State Government updates, our centres remain open with a set of restrictions in place to provide important services to our local communities. They play an essential role in providing access to fresh food, household items, products, medical services and banking for everyday needs.


The health, safety and wellbeing of our customers, retailers, team members and the wider community is our highest priority so we are taking extra precautions to ensure our centres are clean, hygienic and minimise large scale interactions.

We know this is a unique and changing situation, but we're all in it together. We're proud to be part of a community that can support each other.
Thanks for being part of it too.


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What we are doing
Good hygiene and social distancing
Translated Advice
State Government updates
 

What we are doing:

Our centres have continued to remain open throughout the latest outbreak, with high standards of cleanliness and strict hygiene measures in place to help protect you and the wider community. We've increased our cleaning schedules, installed additional hand sanitiser and soap dispensers, cancelled group events in line with State Government regulations and we are proactively encouraging personal hygiene with all our customers, retailers and suppliers.

You may have also noticed our increased focus on social distancing assistance measures, including on-ground markers, queuing systems, signage and regular announcements.

We're committed to maintaining these measures as we enter into this new phase. We’re committed to maintaining these measures as we enter this new phase by undertaking: 
• Increased regular cleaning schedules at our centres with particular focus on high touch point areas including lift and travelator handrails, entry points and amenities.
• Installed additional soap and hand sanitiser units.
• Actively promoting hygiene measures and social distancing through signage, videos and announcements in our centres.
• Postponed or cancelled events and continue to monitor plans.

We are working closely with our retailers to continue to help support them through this time.

 

Good Hygiene and Social Distancing:

Good hygiene protects against infection and helps prevent the virus spreading. This includes:
• Covering your coughs and sneezes with your elbow or a tissue.
• Disposing of tissues properly.
• Washing your hands often with soap and water, including before and after eating and after going to the toilet.
• Using alcohol-based hand sanitisers.
• Cleaning and disinfecting surfaces.
• If you are sick, avoiding contact with others.
• Staying more than 1.5 metres away from people.

We ask all customers to please follow the current Government health orders when visiting our centre especially if you have been in close contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19 in the past 14 days, or are experiencing flu like symptoms.

 

Translated Advice:

State Government translated advice regarding COVID-19 can be accessed accordingly:

New South Wales - Victoria - Queensland - Western Australia


State Government Updates:

Updated 2 August 2021

STOCKLAND BARINGA, BIRTINYA & BURELIGH HEADS 

The Queensland Government has announced that the current South East Queensland LGA lockdown will be extended until 4pm Sunday, 8 August. Stockland Baringa, Birtinya and Burleigh Heads will remain open for all essential goods and services. Food and beverage retailers will provide takeaway or delivery services only, and food court seating will be closed. Hair and beauty services (hairdressers, nail salons, waxing, tanning, massage and spas) are required to close along with entertainment venues (cinemas), amusement centres, indoor recreation facilities (gyms) and libraries.

Retailers who are not impacted by these closures can continue to operate under capacity restrictions of 1:4 metre sq. Customers are encouraged to contact their preferred Stockland retailers directly before visiting, as some may have temporarily altered their operating hours at this time, or may offer Click & Collect or home delivery services.

Customers are reminded to always wear a face mask whilst inside the centre and maintain safe social distancing (1.5m apart), continue to practise good personal hygiene etiquette and ensure you check in at the centre entry doors and upon entering each store you visit at Stockland using the Check-In QLD app.

Further information on all COVID-19 related matters in QLD including updated exposure locations and health advice can be found at: https://www.health.qld.gov.au/

 

STOCKLAND MERRYLANDS

We have received advice from NSW Health today that a services contractor who undertook emergency compliance and maintenance works at Stockland Merrylands from approximately 7am to 11:30am on Thursday, 29th July has subsequently tested positive for COVID-19. 

The contractor predominately works in back of house service area, not accessible to the public. Whilst continuing to work with NSW Health and awaiting case classification, we urge all customers to monitor for COVID-19 like symptoms and if they occur get tested immediately and self-isolate until you receive a negative result. 
 
Up to date information on all COVID exposure locations and health advice can be found via the website -https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19 https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19
 
Stockland Merrylands has commenced a deep clean of all back of house effected areas, in addition to the centre’s intensive cleaning regime in line with COVID Safe guidelines. Stockland Merrylands remains open in line with the updated NSW Government Public Health Order. We remind all customers that if you feel unwell or have any COVID-19 like symptoms to stay at home and undertake a COVID test. If you need to purchase essentials please remember that masks are mandatory whilst inside the centre and we encourage everyone to maintain safe social distancing, practice good hygiene etiquette and ensure you check in at the centre entry doors and upon entering each store you visit at Stockland Merrylands using the Service NSW app.
  
Stockland Merrylands will continue to focus on customer, retailer and employee safety and wellbeing with regular cleaning during the day of all high frequency touch points and overnight intensive cleaning. Hand sanitiser is made available throughout the centre and we will continue to follow all NSW Public Health Orders. A free drive-thru COVID-19 testing clinic is currently operational on the P1 Stockland Merrylands car park seven days per week from 8am to 7pm.

 

Updated 31 July 2021

STOCKLAND BARINGA, BIRTINYA & BURELIGH HEADS 

In line with the latest restrictions which commence at 4pm Saturday 31st July for South East Queensland LGA’s, Stockland Baringa, Birtinya and Burleigh Heads, will remain open for all essential goods and service. Food and beverage retailers will be limited to provide a takeaway or delivery service only. Food court seating will be closed. Hair and Beauty Services (Hairdresser, Nail Salons, Waxing, Tanning, Massage and Spas) are required to close along with Entertainment Venues (Cinemas), Amusement Centres, Indoor Recreation facilities (Gyms) and Libraries. 

Retailers who are not impacted by these closures can continue to operate and customers are encouraged to contact their favourite Stockland retailers for their operating hours until these restrictions are planned to ease at 4pm Tuesday, 3rd August. 

Customers are reminded to always wear a face mask whilst in centre and maintain safe social distancing (1.5m apart) ,continue to practice good hygiene etiquette and check in via the QLD Government QR Code.

Further information on all COVID-19 related matters in QLD including updated exposure locations and health advice can be found at: https://www.health.qld.gov.au/

 

STOCKLAND WETHERILL PARK

We have received confirmation that a customer who visited BROASTER CHICKEN, Stockland Wetherill Park on Thursday, 15th July has subsequently tested positive for COVID-19. 
 
NSW Health has issued advice that anyone who visited BROASTER CHICKEN on Thursday, 15th July from 10:35pm to 11:10pm, is considered a casual contact and must get tested and self-isolate until they receive a negative result. If your date of exposure at this venue occurred in last 4 days, you must get another test on day 5 from the date of exposure. Please wear a mask around others and limit your movements until you get another negative result. You should also continue to monitor for symptoms and if any symptoms occur, get tested again. 
 
Up to date information on all COVID exposure locations and health advice can be found via the website - https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19
 
Stockland Wetherill Park will remain open in line with the updated NSW Government Public Health Order. We remind all customers that if you feel unwell or have any COVID-19 like symptoms to stay at home and undertake a COVID test. If you need to purchase essentials please remember that masks are mandatory whilst inside the centre and we encourage everyone to maintain safe social distancing, practice good hygiene etiquette and ensure you check in at the centre entry doors and upon entering each store you visit at Stockland Wetherill Park using the Service NSW app.
  
Stockland Wetherill Park will continue to focus on customer, retailer and employee safety and wellbeing with regular cleaning during the day of all high frequency touch points and overnight intensive cleaning. Hand sanitiser is made available throughout the centre and we will continue to follow all NSW Public Health Orders.

 

Updated 29 July 2021

STOCKLAND MERRYLANDS & WETHERILL PARK

The NSW Government has announced that from 6am on Friday, 30 July, people who live in the Fairfield, Liverpool, Canterbury-Bankstown, Cumberland, Blacktown, Parramatta, Campbelltown and Georges River Local Government Areas (LGAs) will be required to carry and wear a face mask when leaving their home.

We remind all customers to please ensure you are wearing a face mask both outside (including in the car park) and inside the centre when visiting us for essential shopping, maintain safe social distancing and check in at the centre entry doors and upon entering each store you visit, using the Service NSW app.

If you feel unwell or have any COVID-19 like symptoms, please stay at home and undertake a COVID-19 test.

All NSW Health advice on COVID-19 including exposure locations is made available at https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19

 

STOCKLAND BARINGA, BIRTINYA & BURLEIGH HEADS

The Queensland Government has announced that the current requirements for people in South East Queensland to wear a face mask at all indoor public venues will be extended until 6am Friday, 6th August. South East Queensland consists of Brisbane City, Moreton Bay, Gold Coast, Ipswich, Lockyer Valley, Logan, Noosa, Sunshine Coast, Redlands, Scenic Rim and Somerset LGAs.

We remind all customers to please ensure you are wearing a face mask inside the centre when visiting us, maintain safe social distancing and check in at the centre entry doors and upon entering each store you visit, using the Check-in QLD app.

All QLD Health advice on COVID-19 including exposure locations is made available at https://www.health.qld.gov.au/

 

Updated 27 July 2021

STOCKLAND POINT COOK & WENDOUREE

Today, the Victorian Government has announced that the current lockdown restrictions will end at 11:59pm on Tuesday, 27 July with new restrictions to commence from Wednesday, 28 July. 

From tomorrow, retail stores will be permitted to open at capacity limits of 1:4m2, with some smaller stores able to accommodate up to 25 customers. Beauty services and gyms can re-open and all cafés, food providers and restaurants will be able to offer a seated service.

All customers are reminded that it remains compulsory to wear a face mask inside the centre, as well as to check-in via the Service Victoria QR Code at the centre entrances and at each individual retail store before entering. Please continue to be COVID-Safe by practising safe social distancing and using the hand sanitiser stations available throughout the centre. 

Stockland will continue to maintain a high standard of cleaning and hygiene during this time and will have a COVID-19 Check-In Marshal during peak times to assist customers with this process.

Further information on all COVID related matter in Victoria including a list of current exposure locations and health advice can be found at https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/coronavirus.
 

STOCKLAND WETHERILL PARK

NSW Health has issued advice that anyone who visited the following locations at the dates and times listed at Stockland Wetherill Park are considered casual contacts and must get tested and self-isolate until they receive a negative result. If your date of exposure at this venue occurred in the last 4 days, you must get another test on day 5 from the date of exposure. Please wear a mask around others and limit your movements until you get another negative result. You should also continue to monitor for symptoms and if any symptoms occur, get tested again. 
 
- Tuesday, 12th July, Chemistworks from 3:30pm to 4:00pm, and /or from 4:20pm to 4:45pm. 
- Sunday, 18th July, Coles from 3:45pm to 3:55pm.
- Tuesday 20th July, Chemistworks from 2:00pm to 2:20pm.
 
Up to date information on all COVID exposure locations and health advice can be found via the website - https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19
 
Stockland Wetherill Park will remain open in line with the updated NSW Government Public Health Order. We remind all customers that if you feel unwell or have any COVID-19 like symptoms to stay at home and undertake a COVID test. If you need to purchase essentials please remember that masks are mandatory whilst inside the centre and we encourage everyone to maintain safe social distancing, practice good hygiene etiquette and ensure you check in at the centre entry doors and upon entering each store you visit at Stockland Wetherill Park using the Service NSW app.
  
Stockland Wetherill Park will continue to focus on customer, retailer and employee safety and wellbeing with regular cleaning during the day of all high frequency touch points and overnight intensive cleaning. Hand sanitiser is made available throughout the centre and we will continue to follow all NSW Public Health Orders.

 
STOCKLAND MERRYLANDS

 

We have received confirmation that a customer who visited the National Australia Bank, Stockland Merrylands on Tuesday, 20th July has subsequently tested positive for COVID-19. 
 
NSW Health has issued advice that anyone who visited the National Australia Bank on Tuesday, 20th July from 9:30am to 10:30am, is considered a casual contact and must get tested and self-isolate until they receive a negative result. If your date of exposure at this venue occurred in the last 4 days, you must get another test on day 5 from the date of exposure. Please wear a mask around others and limit your movements until you get another negative result. You should also continue to monitor for symptoms and if any symptoms occur, get tested again. 
 
Up to date information on all COVID exposure locations and health advice can be found via the website - https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19
 
Stockland Merrylands will remain open in line with the updated NSW Government Public Health Order. We remind all customers that if you feel unwell or have any COVID-19 like symptoms to stay at home and undertake a COVID test. If you need to purchase essentials please remember that masks are mandatory whilst inside the centre and we encourage everyone to maintain safe social distancing, practice good hygiene etiquette and ensure you check in at the centre entry doors and upon entering each store you visit at Stockland Merrylands using the Service NSW app.
  
Stockland Merrylands will continue to focus on customer, retailer and employee safety and wellbeing with regular cleaning during the day of all high frequency touch points and overnight intensive cleaning. Hand sanitiser is made available throughout the centre and we will continue to follow all NSW Public Health Orders.
 
A temporary drive-thru COVID testing clinic is currently operating in the Stockland Merrylands car park on P1 at the Kmart end of the building 7 days per week from 8am to 7pm. 

 

Updated 26 July 2021

STOCKLAND WETHERILL PARK

We have received confirmation that a customer who visited BIG W, Stockland Wetherill Park on Friday, 16th July has subsequently tested positive for COVID-19. 

NSW Health has issued advice that anyone who visited BIG W on Friday, 16th July from 1:30pm to 2:30pm, is considered a casual contact and must get tested and self-isolate until they receive a negative result. If your date of exposure at this venue occurred in last 4 days, you must get another test on day 5 from the date of exposure. Please wear a mask around others and limit your movements until you get another negative result. You should also continue to monitor for symptoms and if any symptoms occur, get tested again. 
 
Up to date information on all COVID exposure locations and health advice can be found via the website - https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19
 
Stockland Wetherill Park will remain open in line with the updated NSW Government Public Health Order. We remind all customers that if you feel unwell or have any COVID-19 like symptoms to stay at home and undertake a COVID test. If you need to purchase essentials please remember that masks are mandatory whilst inside the centre and we encourage everyone to maintain safe social distancing, practice good hygiene etiquette and ensure you check in at the centre entry doors and upon entering each store you visit at Stockland Wetherill Park using the Service NSW app.
  
Stockland Wetherill Park will continue to focus on customer, retailer and employee safety and wellbeing with regular cleaning during the day of all high frequency touch points and overnight intensive cleaning. Hand sanitiser is made available throughout the centre and we will continue to follow all NSW Public Health Orders.

 

Updated 25 July 2021

STOCKLAND WETHERILL PARK

NSW Health has issued advice that anyone who visited any of the following locations at Stockland Wetherill Park on the following dates and times listed are considered casual contacts and must get tested and self-isolate until they receive a negative result.  

- Tuesday, 12th July, Kmart  from 3:45pm to 4:30pm.
- Saturday, 17th July, Big W from 1:45pm to 1:55pm, Woolworths from 2pm to 2:40pm and/or Trims Fresh from 2:40pm to 3:10pm.
- Wednesday 21st July, Chemistworks from 2:40pm to 3:05pm.
- Thursday 22nd July, Woolworths from 11:40am to 12:05pm and/or Coles 11:50am to 12:40pm. 

If your date of exposure at this venue occurred in last 4 days, you must get another test on day 5 from the date of exposure. Please wear a mask around others and limit your movements until you get another negative result. You should also continue to monitor for symptoms and if any symptoms occur, get tested again. 

Up to date information on all COVID exposure locations and health advice can be found via the website - https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19

Stockland Wetherill Park will remain open in line with the updated NSW Government Public Health Order. We remind all customers that if you feel unwell or have any COVID-19 like symptoms to stay at home and undertake a COVID test. If you need to purchase essentials please remember that masks are mandatory whilst inside the centre and we encourage everyone to maintain safe social distancing, practice good hygiene etiquette and ensure you check in at the centre entry doors and upon entering each store you visit at Stockland Wetherill Park using the Service NSW app.
 
Stockland Wetherill Park will continue to focus on customer, retailer and employee safety and wellbeing with regular cleaning during the day of all high frequency touch points and overnight intensive cleaning. Hand sanitiser is made available throughout the centre and we will continue to follow all NSW Public Health Orders.

 

Updated 24 July 2021

STOCKLAND WETHERILL PARK

We have received confirmation that a customer who attended Woolworths, Stockland Wetherill Park on Sunday, 18th July has subsequently tested positive for COVID-19. 

NSW Health has issued advice that anyone who visited Woolworths on Sunday, 18th July from 3:55pm to 4:05pm, are considered a casual contact and must get tested and self-isolate until they receive a negative result. If your date of exposure at this venue occurred in last 4 days, you must get another test on day 5 from the date of exposure. Please wear a mask around others and limit your movements until you get another negative result. You should also continue to monitor for symptoms and if any symptoms occur, get tested again. 

Up to date information on all COVID exposure locations and health advice can be found via the website - https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19

Stockland Wetherill Park will remain open in line with the updated NSW Government Public Health Orders, which allows shopping for essential needs. We remind all customers that masks are mandatory whilst inside the centre and we encourage everyone to maintain safe social distancing, practice good hygiene etiquette and ensure you check in at the centre entry doors and upon entering each store you visit at Stockland Wetherill Park using the Service NSW app.
 
Stockland Wetherill Park will continue to focus on customer, retailer and employee safety and wellbeing with regular cleaning during the day of all high frequency touch points and overnight intensive cleaning. Hand sanitiser is made available throughout the centre and we will continue to follow all NSW Public Health Orders.

 

Updated 23 July 2021

STOCKLAND WETHERILL PARK

We have received confirmation that a person who attended Woolworths, Stockland Wetherill Park on Monday, 12th July has subsequently tested positive for COVID-19. 

NSW Health has issued advice that anyone who visited Woolworths on Monday, 12th July from 8:30am to 5:45pm, are considered a casual contact and must get tested and self-isolate until they receive a negative result. If your date of exposure at this venue occurred in last 4 days, you must get another test on day 5 from the date of exposure. Please wear a mask around others and limit your movements until you get another negative result. You should also continue to monitor for symptoms and if any symptoms occur, get tested again. 

Up to date information on all COVID exposure locations and health advice can be found via the website - https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19

Stockland Wetherill Park will remain open in line with the updated NSW Government Public Health Orders, which allows shopping for essential needs. We remind all customers that masks are mandatory whilst inside the centre and we encourage everyone to maintain safe social distancing, practice good hygiene etiquette and ensure you check in at the centre entry doors and upon entering each store you visit at Stockland Wetherill Park using the Service NSW app.
 
Stockland Wetherill Park will continue to focus on customer, retailer and employee safety and wellbeing with regular cleaning during the day of all high frequency touch points and overnight intensive cleaning. Hand sanitiser is made available throughout the centre and we will continue to follow all NSW Public Health Orders.

Updated 22 July 2021

STOCKLAND MERRYLANDS

We have received confirmation that a customer who visited Kmart, Stockland Merrylands on Tuesday, 13th July has subsequently tested positive for COVID-19. 

NSW Health has issued advice that anyone who visited Kmart on Tuesday, 13th July from 7:40pm to 7:55pm, are considered a casual contact and must get tested and self-isolate until they receive a negative result. If your date of exposure at this venue occurred in last 4 days, you must get another test on day 5 from the date of exposure. Please wear a mask around others and limit your movements until you get another negative result. You should also continue to monitor for symptoms and if any symptoms occur, get tested again. 
 
Up to date information on all COVID exposure locations and health advice can be found via the website - https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19
 
Stockland Merrylands will remain open in line with the updated NSW Government Public Health Orders, which allows shopping for essential needs. We remind all customers that masks are mandatory whilst inside the centre and we encourage everyone to maintain safe social distancing, practice good hygiene etiquette and ensure you check in at the centre entry doors and upon entering each store you visit at Stockland Merrylands using the Service NSW app.
 
Stockland Merrylands will continue to focus on customer, retailer and employee safety and wellbeing with regular cleaning during the day of all high frequency touch points and overnight intensive cleaning. Hand sanitiser is made available throughout the centre and we will continue to follow all NSW Public Health Orders.

 

STOCKLAND WETHERILL PARK 

We have received confirmation that a customer who visited Coles, Stockland Wetherill Park on Friday, 16th July has subsequently tested positive for COVID-19. 
 
NSW Health has issued advice that anyone who visited Coles on Friday, 16th July from 5:45pm to 6:15pm, are considered a casual contact and must get tested and self-isolate until they receive a negative result. If your date of exposure at this venue occurred in last 4 days, you must get another test on day 5 from the date of exposure. Please wear a mask around others and limit your movements until you get another negative result. You should also continue to monitor for symptoms and if any symptoms occur, get tested again. 
 
Up to date information on all COVID exposure locations and health advice can be found via the website - https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19
 
Stockland Wetherill Park will remain open in line with the updated NSW Government Public Health Orders, which allows shopping for essential needs. We remind all customers that masks are mandatory whilst inside the centre and encourage everyone to maintain safe social distancing, practice good hygiene etiquette and ensure you check in at the centre entry doors and upon entering each store you visit at Stockland Wetherill Park using the Service NSW app.
 
Stockland Wetherill Park will continue to focus on customer, retailer and employee safety and wellbeing with regular cleaning during the day of all high frequency touch points and overnight intensive cleaning. Hand sanitiser is made available throughout the centre and we will continue to follow all NSW Public Health Orders.

Updated 20 July 2021

STOCKLAND MERRYLANDS

We have received confirmation that a customer who visited Priceline Pharmacy, Stockland Merrylands on Thursday, 15th July has subsequently tested positive for COVID-19. 

NSW Health has issued advice that anyone who visited Priceline Pharmacy on Thursday, 15th July from 2:50pm to 3:15pm, are considered a casual contact and must get tested and self-isolate until they receive a negative result. If your date of exposure at this venue occurred in last 4 days, you must get another test on day 5 from the date of exposure. Please wear a mask around others and limit your movements until you get another negative result. You should also continue to monitor for symptoms and if any symptoms occur, get tested again. 

Up to date information on all COVID exposure locations and health advice can be found via the website - https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19

Stockland Merrylands will remain open in line with the updated NSW Government Public Health Orders, which allows shopping for essential needs. We remind all customers that masks are mandatory whilst inside the centre and encourage everyone to maintain safe social distancing, practice good hygiene etiquette and ensure you check in at the centre entry doors and upon entering each store you visit at Stockland Merrylands using the Service NSW app.
 
Stockland Merrylands will continue to focus on customer, retailer and employee safety and wellbeing with regular cleaning during the day of all high frequency touch points and overnight intensive cleaning. Hand sanitiser is made available throughout the centre and we will continue to follow all NSW Public Health Orders.

 

STOCKLAND WETHERILL PARK 

We have received confirmation that a customer who visited Chemistworks JB Hi Fi, Optus & Vodafone, Stockland Wetherill Park on Thursday, 15th July has subsequently tested positive for COVID-19. 

NSW Health has issued advice that anyone who visited Chemistworks on Thursday, 15th July from 2:15pm to 2:30pm, Optus from 2:30pm to 3:10pm, Vodafone from 2:40pm to 3:00pm and/ or JB Hi Fi from 2:45pm to 3:10pm are considered a casual contact and must get tested and self-isolate until they receive a negative result. If your date of exposure at this venue occurred in last 4 days, you must get another test on day 5 from the date of exposure. Please wear a mask around others and limit your movements until you get another negative result. You should also continue to monitor for symptoms and if any symptoms occur, get tested again. 

Up to date information on all COVID exposure locations and health advice can be found via the website - https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19

Stockland Wetherill Park will remain open in line with the updated NSW Government Public Health Orders, which allows shopping for essential needs. We remind all customers that masks are mandatory whilst inside the centre and encourage everyone to maintain safe social distancing, practice good hygiene etiquette and ensure you check in at the centre entry doors and upon entering each store you visit at Stockland Wetherill Park using the Service NSW app.
 
Stockland Wetherill Park will continue to focus on customer, retailer and employee safety and wellbeing with regular cleaning during the day of all high frequency touch points and overnight intensive cleaning. Hand sanitiser is made available throughout the centre and we will continue to follow all NSW Public Health Orders.

 

STOCKLAND POINT COOK & WENDOUREE

The Victorian Government has announced a 7 day extension to the current lockdown restrictions which will be in effect until 11:59pm, Tuesday, 27 July. During this time, Victorians are able to leave their homes to shop for food or other essential items. Stockland Point Cook and Wendouree will continue to remain open for all groceries and essential items, noting that all store capacity limits will be decreased in line with Government directives to 1 person per 4 metre sq. Cafes and restaurants will be providing takeaway and/or delivery services only. 
 
Stockland will continue to maintain a high standard of cleaning and hygiene during this time and customers are reminded to always wear a mask when visiting our centres, maintain safe social distancing, and use the hand sanitiser available throughout the centre. Customers must also check in via the QR Codes which are located at the entry points of the centre, as well as at any retailer you visit, using the Service Victoria app.
 
Further information on all COVID related matters in Victoria including a list of current exposure locations and health advice can be found at https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/coronavirus

 

Updated 19 July 2021

STOCKLAND WETHERILL PARK 

We have received confirmation that a customer who visited Chemistworks, Stockland Wetherill Park on Thursday, 15th July has subsequently tested positive for COVID-19. 

NSW Health has issued advice that anyone who visited Chemistworks on Thursday 15th July, from 3pm to 3:30pm are considered a casual contact and must get tested and self-isolate until they receive a negative result. If your date of exposure at this venue occurred in last 4 days, you must get another test on day 5 from the date of exposure. You must also wear a mask around others and limit your movements until you get another negative result. You should continue to monitor for symptoms and if any symptoms occur, get tested again. 

Up to date information on all COVID exposure locations and health advice can be found via the website - https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19

Stockland Wetherill Park will remain open in line with the updated NSW Government Public Health Orders, which allows shopping for essential needs. We remind all customers that masks are mandatory whilst inside the centre and encourage everyone to maintain safe social distancing, practice good hygiene etiquette and ensure you check in at the centre entry doors and upon entering each store you visit at Stockland Wetherill Park using the Service NSW app.
 
Stockland Wetherill Park will continue to focus on customer, retailer and employee safety and wellbeing with regular cleaning during the day of all high frequency touch points and overnight intensive cleaning. Hand sanitiser is made available throughout the centre and we will continue to follow all NSW Public Health Orders.


Updated 18 July 2021

STOCKLAND MERRYLANDS 

We have received confirmation that a customer who visited Woolworths, Stockland Merrylands on Monday 12th July, and Wednesday 14th July has subsequently tested positive for COVID-19. 

NSW Health has issued advice that anyone who visited Woolworths on Monday 12th July, from 7pm to 7:15pm and/or on Wednesday 14th July, from 12pm to 12:15pm are considered a casual contact and must get tested and self-isolate until they receive a negative result. If your date of exposure at this venue occurred in last 4 days, you must get another test on day 5 from the date of exposure. You must also wear a mask around others and limit your movements until you get another negative result. You should continue to monitor for symptoms and if any symptoms occur, get tested again. 

Up to date information on all COVID exposure locations and health advice can be found via the website - https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19

Stockland Merrylands will remain open in line with the updated NSW Government directive which allows shopping for essential needs. We remind all customers that masks are mandatory whilst inside the centre and encourage everyone to maintain safe social distancing, practice good hygiene etiquette and ensure that you check in at the centre entry doors and upon entering each store you visit at Stockland Merrylands using the Service NSW app.
 
Stockland Merrylands will continue to focus on customer, retailer and employee safety and wellbeing with regular cleaning during the day of all high frequency touch points and overnight intensive cleaning. Hand sanitiser is made available throughout the centre and we will continue to follow all NSW Health directives.

 

Updated 17 July 2021

STOCKLAND BALGOWLAH, MERRYLANDS, SHELLHARBOUR & WETHERILL PARK

The NSW Government has announced that from 11:59pm, Saturday 17th July, tighter restrictions in retail settings will apply for the Greater Sydney region. Only specific retail outlets can now operate which includes Supermarkets, Fresh Food outlets, Liquor Stores, Pharmacies, Petrol Stations, Banks and Financial Institutions, Pet Suppliers, Post Offices, Newsagencies, Office suppliers, Optometrists and Dentists. Cafés, Restaurants and food services businesses can continue to offer takeaway and delivery only.
 
Customers are encouraged to contact their favourite Stockland retailers during this time to confirm their operating hours as some businesses may operate a click & collect service.
 
Stockland Balgowlah, Merrylands, Shellharbour and Wetherill Park will remain open for all essential needs. We remind all customers that masks are mandatory whilst inside the centre and encourage everyone to maintain safe social distancing, practice good hygiene etiquette and ensure you check in at the centre entry doors and upon entering each store you visit using the Service NSW app.
 
Stockland will continue to focus on customer, retailer and employee safety and wellbeing with regular cleaning during the day of all high frequency touch points and overnight intensive cleaning. Hand sanitiser is made available throughout the centre and we continue to encourage social distancing and follow all NSW Health directives.
 
Further information on all NSW COVID-19 related issues including updated exposure locations can be found at https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19
 
STOCKLAND FORSTER, GLENDALE, GREEN HILLS & NOWRA

The NSW Government has announced that from 11:59pm, Saturday 17th July, tighter restrictions in retail settings will apply for the Greater Sydney region. The changes do not currently impact our centre but we remind all customers that retailers continue to operate under capacity limits of 1:4 metres sq.
 
Customers are reminded to always wear a mask whilst inside the centre, maintain safe social distancing, practice good hygiene etiquette and to ensure you check in at the centre entry doors and upon entering each store you visit at Stockland using the Service NSW app.
 
Stockland will continue to focus on customer, retailer and employee safety and wellbeing with regular cleaning during the day of all high frequency touch points and overnight intensive cleaning. Hand sanitiser is made available throughout the centre and we continue to adhere to all NSW Health directives.
 
Further information on all NSW COVID-19 related issues including updated exposure locations can be found at https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19


Updated 16 July 2021

STOCKLAND POINT COOK AND WENDOUREE

The Victorian Government has announced a 5 day lockdown effective from 11:59pm, Thursday 15th July to Tuesday 20th July. Victorians are able to leave their homes to shop for food or other essential items. Stockland Point Cook and Wendouree will continue to be open for all groceries and essential items, noting that all store capacity limits will be decreased in line with Government directives to 1 person per 4 metres sq. Cafe’s and restaurants will be providing takeaway and/or delivery services only. 
 
Stockland will continue to maintain a high standard of cleaning and hygiene during this time and customers are reminded to always wear a mask when visiting us, maintain safe social distancing, use the hand sanitiser available throughout the centre and make sure you check via the QR Codes located at the entrance of the centre and at any retailer you visit, using the Service Victoria app.
 
Further information on all COVID related matter in Victoria including a list of current exposure locations and health advice can be found at https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/coronavirus

 

STOCKLAND MERRYLANDS

We have received confirmation that a customer who visited Merrylands Poultry ( ex. Red Lea Chicken), Stockland Merrylands on Saturday, 10th July has subsequently tested positive for COVID-19. 

NSW Health has issued advice that anyone who visited Merrylands Poultry on Saturday, 10th July between 2pm and 2:30pm is considered a casual contact and should get tested and self-isolate until they receive a negative result. You should continue to monitor for symptoms and if any symptoms occur, get tested again.

NSW Health has classified all of Stockland Merrylands as a ‘Monitor for Symptoms’ location which requires anyone who was at Stockland Merrylands on Saturday, 10th July between 2pm and 4pm and or Monday, 12th July between 1pm to 2pm to monitor for symptoms and if they occur get tested immediately and self-isolate until a negative result is received.

Detailed daily cleaning throughout the day and each evening continues to all common areas within the centre including amenity area.

Up to date information on all COVID exposure locations and health advice can be found via the website - https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19

Stockland Merrylands remains open for all essential needs and we remind all customers to wear a mask whilst inside the centre, maintain safe social distancing, practice good hygiene etiquette and to ensure you check in at the centre entry doors and upon entering each store you visit at using the Service NSW app.

 

 Updated 15 July 2021

STOCKLAND MERRYLANDS 

A temporary Drive Thu COVID-19 testing clinic has commenced operations on the western side (Kmart end) of the P1 car park at Stockland Merrylands. The clinic will operate 7 days per week from 8am to 7pm up to 30 July 2021.

Anyone requiring to be tested for COVID-19 should remain in their vehicle and travel to the location on P1 ground floor. Once tested, ALL parties in the vehicle should return home and self-isolate as per the NSW Government Health directives. Under no circumstances should individuals enter the shopping centre either prior or after a COVID test.

Please remember that face masks are mandatory at all indoor public venues (including shopping centres). Please always consider the health and wellbeing of yourself and others. 

 

STOCKLAND TOWNSVILLE 

In line with the recent Queensland Government announcement, Stockland Townsville will operate under further eased restrictions effective from 6am Friday, 16 July. The updated restrictions will allow all our retailers, including those in hospitality such as cafes, restaurants and food courts, to increase capacity limits to 1 people per 2 metre sq.

Face masks are no longer required to be worn however, customers should continue to maintain safe social distancing and use the hand sanitiser and/or hand washing facilities available in the centre. Stockland Townsville will continue to maintain a high standard of cleaning throughout each day, particularly focusing on high frequency touch points.

Customers are also reminded to use the Check In QLD App to scan the QR code when you enter Stockland Townsville and at every retailer.  

STOCKLAND WETHERILL PARK

We have received confirmation that a customer who visited Woolworths, Stockland Wetherill Park on Saturday, 10th July has subsequently tested positive for COVID-19. 

NSW Health has issued advice that anyone who visited Woolworths on Saturday, 10th July between 4:15pm and 5:15pm is considered a casual contact and should get tested and self-isolate until they receive a negative result. You should continue to monitor for symptoms and if any symptoms occur, get tested again.

NSW Health has indicted that, at this time, no other locations within the centre itself are impacted by this positive case, however all customers should continue to monitor for any COVID-like symptoms and if they appear to immediately undertake a COVID test.

Up to date information on all COVID exposure locations and health advice can be found via the website - https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19

Stockland Wetherill Park remains open for all essential needs and we remind all customers to wear a mask whilst inside the centre, maintain safe social distancing, practice good hygiene etiquette and to ensure you check in at the centre entry doors and upon entering each store you visit at Stockland Wetherill Park using the Service NSW app.

 

Updated 14 July 2021

STOCKLAND MERRYLANDS

We have received confirmation that customers who visited Woolworths and Priceline Pharmacy, Stockland Merrylands on Saturday,10th July and Monday 12th July have subsequently tested positive for COVID-19. 

NSW Health has issued advice that anyone who visited Woolworths on Saturday, 10th July between 2:15pm and 3:45pm and/or Priceline Pharmacy on Monday, 12th July between 1pm to 2pm is considered a casual contact and should get tested and self-isolate until they receive a negative result. You should continue to monitor for symptoms and if any symptoms occur, get tested again.

Detailed daily cleaning throughout the day and each evening continues to all common area within the centre including amenity area.

Up to date information on all COVID exposure locations and health advice can be found via the website - https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19

Stockland Merrylands remains open for all essential needs and we remind all customers to wear a mask whilst inside the centre, maintain safe social distancing, practice good hygiene etiquette and to ensure you check in at the centre entry doors and upon entering each store you visit at Stockland Merrylands using the Service NSW app.

 

STOCKLAND WETHERILL PARK 

We have received confirmation that a customer who visited Woolworths and Chemistworks, Stockland Wetherill Park on Saturday,10th July has subsequently tested positive for COVID-19. 

NSW Health has issued advice that anyone who visited Woolworths on Saturday, 10th July between 1pm and 2pm and/or Chemistworks on Saturday, 10th July between from 2:45pm to 3:45pm is considered a casual contact and should get tested and self-isolate until they receive a negative result. You should continue to monitor for symptoms and if any symptoms occur, get tested again.

NSW Health has indicted that, at this time, no other locations within the centre itself are impacted by this positive case, however all customers should continue to monitor for any COVID-like symptoms and if they appear to immediately undertake a COVID test.

Up to date information on all COVID exposure locations and health advice can be found via the website - https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19

Stockland Wetherill Park remains open for all essential needs and we remind all customers to wear a mask whilst inside the centre, maintain safe social distancing, practice good hygiene etiquette and to ensure you check in at the centre entry doors and upon entering each store you visit at Stockland Wetherill Park using the Service NSW app.

 

Updated 13 July 2021

STOCKLAND WETHERILL PARK 

We have received confirmation that a customer who visited Woolworths, Stockland Wetherill Park on Friday 9th July from 3pm to 3:15pm and Saturday 10th July from 12pm to 12:35pm has subsequently tested positive for COVID-19. 

NSW Health has issued advice that anyone who visited Woolworths at Stockland Wetherill Park on Friday 9th July between 3pm and 3:15pm or Saturday 10th July from 12pm to 12:35pm is considered a casual contact and should get tested and self-isolate until they receive a negative result. You should continue to monitor for symptoms and if any symptoms occur, get tested again.

NSW Health has indicted at this time, that no other locations within the centre itself is impacted by this positive case, however all customers should continue to monitor for any COVID-like symptoms and if they appear to immediately undertake a COVID test.

Up to date information on all COVID exposure locations and health advice can be found via the website - https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19

Stockland Wetherill Park remains open for all essential needs and we remind all customers to wear a mask whilst inside the centre, maintain safe social distancing, practice good hygiene etiquette and to ensure you check in at the centre entry doors and upon entering each store you visit at Stockland Wetherill Park using the Service NSW app.
 

Updated 10 July 2021

STOCKLAND WETHERILL PARK

We have received confirmation that a customer who visited Chemistworks, at Stockland Wetherill Park on Monday, 5th July from 11:30am to 12:15pm has subsequently tested positive for COVID-19. 
 
NSW Health has issued advice that anyone who visited Chemistworks at Stockland Wetherill Park on Monday, 5th July between 11:30am and 12:15pm is considered a casual contact and should get tested and self-isolate until they receive a negative result. You should continue to monitor for symptoms and if any symptoms occur, get tested again.
 
NSW Health has indicted at this time, that no other locations within the centre itself are impacted by this positive case, however all customers should continue to monitor for any COVID-like symptoms and if they appear to immediately undertake a COVID test.
 
Up to date information on all COVID exposure locations and health advice can be found via the website - https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19
 
Stockland Wetherill Park remains open for all essential needs and we remind all customers to wear a mask whilst inside the centre, maintain safe social distancing and practice good hygiene etiquette.

 

STOCKLAND MERRYLANDS 

We have received confirmation that a customer who visited MV Meats and Trims Fresh, at Stockland Merrylands on Saturday 3rd July between 5:05pm and 5:20pm has subsequently tested positive for COVID-19. 

NSW Health has issued advice that anyone who visited MV Meats on Saturday 3rd July from 5:05pm to 5:15pm and Trims Fresh on Saturday 3rd July from 5:10pm to 5:20pm is considered a casual contact and should get tested and self-isolate until they receive a negative result. You should continue to monitor for symptoms and if any symptoms occur, get tested again.

NSW Health has indicted at this time, that no other locations within the centre itself is impacted by this positive case, however all customers should continue to monitor for any COVID-like symptoms and if they appear to immediately undertake a COVID test.

Up to date information on all COVID exposure locations and health advice can be found via the website - https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19

As a precaution to ensure customer, retailer and staff safety, Stockland Merrylands will undertake a more detailed clean of the fresh food precinct on Saturday night and will remain open for all essential needs. We remind all customers to wear a mask whilst inside the centre, maintain safe social distancing and practice good hygiene etiquette.

 

Updated 9 July 2021

STOCKLAND WETHERILL PARK 

NSW Health has confirmed that a customer who visited Wetherill Park Medical Centre (inside Chemistworks), Stockland Wetherill Park on Wednesday, 7th July from 1:30pm to 2:15pm has subsequently tested positive for COVID-19. 

NSW Health has issued advice that anyone who visited Wetherill Park Medical Centre (inside Chemistworks) on Wednesday, 7th July between 1:30pm and 2:15pm is considered a close contact and should contact NSW Health on 1800 943 553, self- isolate and undertake a COVID test. Regardless of the test result, self-isolation must be maintained for a further 14 days or as advised by NSW Health.  

NSW Health has indicted at this time, that no other locations within the centre itself is impacted by this positive case, however all customers should continue to monitor for any COVID-like symptoms and if they appear to immediately undertake a COVID test.

Up to date information on all COVID exposure locations and health advice can be found via the website - https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19

Stockland Wetherill Park remains open for all essential needs and we remind all customers to wear a mask whilst inside the centre, maintain safe social distancing and practice good hygiene etiquette.

 

STOCKLAND BALGOWLAH, MERRYLANDS, PICCADILLY, SHELLHARBOUR & WETHERILL PARK 

The NSW Government has announced that from 5pm, Friday 9th July, tighter restrictions in retail settings will apply for the Greater Sydney region. Only one person per household is permitted to shop for essential items per day and ‘browsing in shops’ is discouraged. Stockland will continue to be open for all essential items but we ask that all customers limit their time in centre whilst these orders remain current.

Customers should check the opening hours of their favourite Stockland retailers during this time.
 
We remind all shoppers that from Monday, 12th July, it will be a NSW Government mandatory requirement to use the Service NSW app to check in when coming into the centre and at every retail outlet you visit. If you are unable to check in at the centre, please see our customer care team or centre management for help or to register your attendance.
 
Stockland will continue to focus on customer, retailer and employee safety and wellbeing with regular cleaning during the day of all high frequency touch points and overnight intensive cleaning. Hand sanitiser is made available throughout the centre and we continue to encourage social distancing and follow all NSW Health directives including the wearing of a face mask whilst in centre.
 
Further information on all NSW COVID-19 related issues including updated exposure locations can be found at - https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19

 

STOCKLNAD WETHERILL PARK 

NSW Health has confirmed that customers who visited the following Stockland Wetherill Park retailers; JB Hi Fi from 2:30pm to 3:15pm on Saturday 3rd July,  Vodafone on Sunday 4th July from 12:30pm to 12:40pm, Coles Supermarket on Sunday 4th July from 12:30pm to 2:30pm and Chemistworks on Sunday 4th July from 5:30pm to 6pm have subsequently tested positive for COVID-19. 

NSW Health has issued advice that anyone who visited  JB Hi Fi, Vodafone, Coles Supermarket or Chemistworks on the dates and times listed are considered a casual contact and must get tested and self-isolate until they receive a negative result.

Customers are reminded to continue to monitor for any COVID-like symptoms and if they appear, they are to immediately undertake a COVID test.

Up to date information on all COVID exposure locations and health advice can be found via the website - https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19

Stockland Wetherill Park remains open for all essential needs with hygiene and safety precautions and procedures in place.

 

Updated 8 July 2021

STOCKLAND MERRYLANDS 

We have been advised by NSW Health that customers who visited Stockland Merrylands including  KMart & Aldi  on Monday, 5th July from 1:30pm to 3:30pm have subsequently tested positive for COVID-19. 

NSW Health has issued advice that anyone who visited KMart & Aldi at Stockland Merrylands on Monday, 5th July between 1:30pm and 3:30pm will be considered a close contact and should immediately self-isolate, undertake a COVID test and return to self –isolation for a further 14 days regardless of the test result. Any customers who visited these store locations on this date, during these times should also contact NSW Health on 1800 943 553.

NSW Health has also advised that anyone who was at any location within Stockland Merrylands on Monday 5th, July between 1:30pm and 3:30pm will be considered a casual contact and should immediately self-isolate, undertake a COVID test and return to self-isolation awaiting a negative result. Upon receiving a negative result, customers should continue to monitor for COVID symptoms and get tested again should symptom appear.

Stockland Merrylands will be undertaking a COVID deep clean on Thursday  night (8th July 2021) and will be open again on Friday 9th July for essential shopping. In accordance with the Government requirements, please remember to wear a mask and maintain safe social distancing when visiting the centre.
 
Up to date information on all COVID exposure locations and health advice can be found via the website - https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19

STOCKLAND WETHERILL PARK

NSW Health has confirmed that a customer who visited Vodafone from 12:30pm to 12:40pm and Coles Supermarket from 12:30pm to 2:30pm, Stockland Wetherill Park on Sunday, 4th July has subsequently tested positive for COVID-19. 

NSW Health has issued advice that anyone who visited Vodafone or Coles Supermarket on Sunday, 4th July at the times listed are considered a casual contact and must get tested and self-isolate until they receive a negative result.

Customers are reminded to continue to monitor for any COVID-like symptoms and if they appear to immediately undertake a COVID test.

Up to date information on all COVID exposure locations and health advice can be found via the website - https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19

Stockland Wetherill Park remains open with hygiene and safety precautions and procedures in place.

 

Updated 7 July 2021

STOCKLAND POINT COOK & WENDOUREE 

The Victorian Government has announced a further easing of restrictions from 11:59pm, Thursday, 8th July which will allow most of our retailers the ability to have increased customer capacity in store.

Customers are now required to Check In via the Services Victoria app when entering the centre and also when entering your favourite retailer. It remains a Victorian Government requirement that a face mask must be worn inside all indoor public venues, which includes shopping centres.

STOCKLAND BALGOWLAH, MERRYLANDS, PICCADILLY, SHELLHARBOUR & WETHERILL PARK 

The NSW Government has announced an extension of the current Stay at Home orders for Greater Sydney including the Blue Mountains, Wollongong, Shellharbour and the Central Coast until 11:59pm, Friday, 16th July. There are only 4 reason to leave home, with shopping for food or other essential items being one of these reasons. Stockland will continue to be open for all food and essential items noting that all store capacity limits have been reduced in line with Government directives to 1 person per 4 metres sq.

Stockland will continue to maintain a high standard of cleaning and hygiene during this time and customers are reminded to always wear a mask when visiting, maintain safe social distancing and use the hand sanitiser available throughout the centre.

From Monday, 12th July the NSW Government requires the mandatory use of the Service NSW QR Code check in system by all customers. This includes upon entry to the centre and at your favourite Stockland retail store. Please ensure you are prepared by downloading the Service NSW app on your mobile device, or speak with a team member to provide support if you are unable to check in.  

Further information on all COVID related matters in NSW, including a list of current exposure locations and health advice, can be found at https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19

STOCKLAND FORSTER, GLENDALE, GREEN HILLS & NOWRA - The NSW Government has announced an extension to Regional NSW restrictions until 11:59pm, Friday 16th July. Masks remain a mandatory requirement at all indoor public venues including shopping centres with all retail outlets including cafés, restaurants and food court areas operating under reduced capacity limits of 1 person per 4 metre sq.

Stockland will continue to maintain a high standard of cleaning and hygiene and we remind all customers to maintain safe social distancing and use the hand sanitiser available throughout the centre.

From Monday, 12th July the NSW Government requires the mandatory use of the Service NSW QR Code check in system by all customers. This includes upon entry to the centre and at your favourite Stockland retail store. Please ensure you are prepared by downloading the Service NSW app on your mobile device or speak with a team member to provide support if you are unable to check in

Further information on all COVID related matters in NSW, including a list of current exposure locations and health advice, can be found at https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19 

 

STOCKLAND WETHERILL PARK - NSW Health has confirmed that a customer who visited JD Sports, Stockland Wetherill Park on Monday, 5th July between 4:30pm and 5pm has subsequently tested positive for COVID-19. 
 
NSW Health have issued advice that anyone who visited JD Sports on Monday 5th July between 4:30pm and 5pm are considered a casual contact and must get tested and self-isolate until they receive a negative result.
 
Information provided by NSW Health at this time suggests that no other venues were visited by the infected person. Customers are reminded to continue to monitor for any COVID like symptoms and if they appear, they are to immediately undertake a COVID test.
 
Up to date information on all COVID exposure locations and health advice can be found via https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19
 
Stockland Wetherill Park remains open with hygiene and safety precautions and procedures in place.

 

Updated 3 July 2021

The Western Australian Government has announced an end to the 4 day lockdown in the Perth and Peel regions in a 3 step transition. From 12:01am Saturday 3rd July, all retailers at Stockland Baldivis, Bull Creek, Harrisdale, and Riverton will be open with capacity limits at 1:4 metres sq to a maximum of 20 patrons. This includes all Hospitality, Hair and Beauty Services (Hairdressers, Nail Salons, Waxing, Tanning, Massage and Spa), Entertainment Venues (Cinemas), Amusement Centres, Indoor Recreation facilities (Gyms, but NO classes) 
 
Customers are reminded that face masks remain mandatory whilst inside and outside the centre and customers should continue to maintain safe social distancing (1.5m apart) and practise good hygiene etiquette.
 
Further information on all COVID-19 related matters in WA can be found at: https://www.wa.gov.au/

 

Updated 29 June 2021

STOCKLAND BARINGA, BIRTINYA, BURLEIGH HEADS AND TOWNSVILLE

In line with the latest restrictions which commence at 6pm, Tuesday 29th June for South East Queensland and Townsville City LGA’s, Stockland Baringa, Birtinya, Burleigh Heads and Townsville will remain open for all essential goods and services. Food and beverage retailers will be limited to provide takeaway or delivery service only. Food court seating will be closed. Hair and Beauty Services (this includes hairdressers, nail salons, waxing, tanning, massage and spas) are required to close along with entertainment venues (cinemas), amusement centres, indoor recreation facilities (gyms) and libraries.

Retailers who are not impacted by these closures can continue to operate and customers are encouraged to contact their favourite Stockland retailers for their opening hours. These restrictions are planned to ease 6pm, Friday 2nd July.

Customers are reminded to always wear a face mask whilst in centre, maintain safe social distancing (1.5m apart), continue to practice good hygiene etiquette and check in via the QLD Government QR Code.

Further information on all COVID-19 related matters in QLD, including updated exposure locations and health advice can be found at: https://www.health.qld.gov.au/

 

STOCKLAND BALDIVIS, BULL CREEK, HARRISDALE, RIVERTON

In line with the latest restrictions which commenced at 12:01am, Tuesday 29th June for the Perth Metropolitan Area and Peel Region, Stockland Baldivis, Bull Creek, Harrisdale and Riverton will remain open for all essential goods and services. Food and beverage retailers will be limited to provide takeaway or delivery service only. Food court seating will be closed. Hair and Beauty Services (this includes hairdressers, nail salons, waxing, tanning, massage and spas) are required to close along with entertainment venues (cinemas), amusement centres, indoor recreation facilities (gyms) and all other non-essential providers.

Retailers who are not impacted by these closures can continue to operate and customers are encouraged to contact their favourite Stockland retailers for their opening hours. These restrictions are planned to ease at 12:01am, Saturday 3rd July.

Customers are reminded to always wear a face mask whilst in centre, maintain safe social distancing (1.5m apart) and continue to practice good hygiene etiquette.

Further information on all COVID-19 related matters in WA, including updated exposure locations and health advice can be found at: https://www.wa.gov.au/government/covid-19-coronavirus

 

Updated 28 June 2021

STOCKLAND BURLEIGH HEADS, BARINGA AND BIRTINYA

The Queensland Government has announced new restrictions for 10 Local Government Areas which commence from 1am, Tuesday 29th June, which includes Stockland Burleigh Heads, Baringa and Birtinya. These restrictions will now require all customers to wear a face mask when visiting the centre. All retail outlets will be required to meet new capacity limits at 1 person to 4 metres sq, including hospitality venues which can continue to offer seated, takeaway or delivery service (where applicable).

Stockland Burleigh Heads, Baringa and Birtinya remain open ensuring customer, retailer and employee safety with regular cleaning of all high-frequency touch points during the day and overnight intensive cleaning. Customers are encouraged to use the hand sanitiser available throughout the centre and maintain safe social distancing. We also encourage our customers to follow all QLD Health directives. QLD Check In QR Codes are available at entry points and throughout the centre for customer use.

Further information on all QLD COVID related matters can be found at https://www.health.qld.gov.au


STOCKLAND BARINGA, BIRTINYA, BURLEIGH HEADS, CARINS, GLADSTONE, HERVEY BAY, ROCKHAMPTON, TOWNSVILLE

The Queensland Government has announced revised restrictions that will apply state-wide from 6am, Monday 28 June, until Friday 9 July. Customers will not notice much difference when visiting Stockland except, all business including hospitality venues and food court seating will be managed at a 1:2 metres sq capacity.

Stockland Baringa, Birtinya, Bundaberg, Burleigh Heads, Cairns, Gladstone, Hervey Bay, Rockhampton and Townsville remain open ensuring customer, retailer and employee safety with regular cleaning of all high-frequency touch points during the day and overnight intensive cleaning. Customers are encouraged to use the hand sanitiser available throughout the centre and maintain safe social distancing. We also encourage our customers to follow all QLD Health directives, including the use of a face mask when safe social distancing is not possible.

Further information on all QLD COVID related matters can be found at https://www.health.qld.gov.au

 

Updated 27 June 2021

STOCKLAND BALDIVIS, BULL CREEK, HARRISDALE & RIVERTON

The Western Australian Government has announced three days of restrictions which commenced at 12pm, Sunday 27th June. These restrictions now require all customers to wear a face mask when visiting Stockland Baldivis, Bull Creek, Harrisdale and Riverton. In addition, all retail outlets, including cafés, restaurants, beauty service providers, and gyms will be required to use the 1:2 metres sq rule, capped at a maximum of 150 patrons.

Stockland Baldivis, Bull Creek, Harrisdale and Riverton remain open, ensuring customer, retailer and employee safety with regular cleaning of all high frequency touch points during the day and overnight intensive cleaning. Customers are encouraged to use the hand sanitiser available throughout the centre and maintain safe social distancing. We also encourage our customers to follow all WA Health directives, including the use of a face mask whilst in the centre.

Further information regarding all WA COVID related matters can be found at https://www.wa.gov.au/

 

STOCKLAND BALGOWLAH, MERRYLANDS, PICCADILLY, SHELLHARBOUR & WETHERILL PARK

In line with the latest restrictions that commenced at 6pm, Saturday 26th June for Greater Sydney, including the Blue Mountains, Central Coast, Wollongong and Shellharbour, Stockland Balgowlah, Merrylands, Piccadilly, Shellharbour and Wetherill Park will remain open for all essential goods and services. Food and beverage retailers will be limited to provide a takeaway or delivery service only. Food court seating will be closed. Hair and Beauty Services (Hairdressing Salons, Nail Salons, Waxing, Tanning, Massage, and Spa) are required to close along with Entertainment Venues (Cinemas), Amusement Centres and Indoor Recreation facilities (Gyms). 

Retailers who are not impacted by these closures can continue to operate. Customers are encouraged to contact their favourite Stockland retailers for their operating hours over the next two weeks whilst these restrictions remain enforced. 

Customers are reminded to always wear a face mask whilst in the centre, maintain safe social distancing (1.5m apart), and practice good hygiene etiquette.

Further information on all COVID-19 related matters in NSW, including updated exposure locations and health advice, can be found at: https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19

 

Updated 26 June 2021

STOCKLAND BALGOWLAH, MERRYLANDS, & WETHERILL PARK

The NSW Government has announced Stay at Home orders for Greater Sydney including the Blue Mountains, Wollongong and Central Coast. There are only 4 reasons to leave home, with shopping for food or other essential items among these reasons. Stockland Balgowlah, Merrylands and Wetherill Park will continue to be open for all food and essential items noting that all store capacity limits will be decreased in line with Government directives to 1 person per 4 metres sq.

Stockland will continue to maintain a high standard of cleaning and hygiene during this time and customers are reminded to always wear a mask when visiting us, maintain safe social distancing and use the hand sanitiser available throughout the centre.

Further information on all COVID related matters in NSW, including a list of current exposure locations and health advice, can be found at https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19

 

STOCKLAND FORSTER, GLENDALE, GREEN HILLS & NOWRA

The NSW Government has announced tighter restrictions for NSW effective from 6pm Saturday 26th June. Masks will now be required at all indoor public venues including shopping centres. All retail outlets including cafés, restaurants and food court areas will operate under reduced capacity limits of 1 person per 4 metres sq.

Stockland will continue to maintain a high standard of cleaning and hygiene and we remind all customers of the importance to maintain safe social distancing and use of the hand sanitiser available throughout the centre.

Further information on all COVID related matters in NSW, including a list of current exposure locations and health advice, can be found at https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19

  

STOCKLAND SHELLHARBOUR

The NSW Government has announced Stay at Home orders for Greater Sydney including the Blue Mountains, Wollongong and Central Coast. These orders do not impact Stockland Shellharbour, however the order in place until 11:59pm Friday 2nd July will continue.

Stockland Shellharbour remains open, following all NSW Health advice and directives. We remind all customers over 12 years of age, that whilst in centre it is a requirement to wear a mask unless consuming food or a beverage.

Stockland Shellharbour continues to ensure customer, retailer and employee safety with regular cleaning during the day of all high frequency touch points and overnight intensive cleaning. Hand sanitiser is available throughout the centre and we continue to encourage social distancing.

All of the latest COVID-19 information including updated exposure sites for NSW can be found at https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19

 

 

 

 

 

Updated 25 June 2021

STOCKLAND BALGOWLAH, MERRYLANDS, SHELLHARBOUR, & WETHERILL PARK

Stockland Balgowlah, Merylands, Shellharbour, and Wetherill Park remain open following all NSW Health advice and directives. We remind all customers over 12 years of age, that whilst in centre, it is a requirement to wear a mask unless consuming food or a beverage.

Stockland continues to ensure customer, retailer and employee safety with regular cleaning during the day of all high frequency touch points and overnight intensive cleaning. Hand sanitiser is made available throughout the centre and we continue to encourage social distancing.

All of the latest COVID-19 information including updated exposure sites for NSW can be found at https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19

STOCKLAND PICCADILLY

Stockland Piccadilly remains open providing essential goods and services to our customers. We realise being part of the City of Sydney, that the restrictions announced by NSW Health may prove difficult for some of our retailers to continue to operate, so customers are encouraged to contact their favourite Stockland Piccadilly retailers for opening hours.

Stockland Piccadilly continues to ensure customer, retailer and employee safety with regular cleaning during the day of all high frequency touch points and overnight intensive cleaning. Hand sanitiser is made available throughout the centre and we continue to encourage social distancing and the wearing of a face mask for anyone over 12 years of age.

All of the latest COVID-19 information including updated exposure sites for NSW can be found at https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19

 

Updated 24 June 2021

STOCKLAND WETHERILL PARK

NSW Health has confirmed that a customer who visited Nandos, Stockland Wetherill Park on Sunday 20th June between 6pm and 7pm has subsequently tested positive for COVID-19.

NSW Health have issued advice that anyone who visited Nandos on Sunday 20th June between 6pm and 7pm are to immediately self-isolate, contact NSW Health on 1800 943 553, obtain a COVID test and remain self-isolated for 14 days regardless of the test result.
 
Information provided by NSW Health at this time is that no further venues within Stockland Wetherill Park are directly impacted by the positive case. However, customers are reminded to continue to monitor for COVID like symptoms and if they appear, obtain a COVID test immediately.
 
Up to date information on all COVID exposure locations and health advice can be found via the link at https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19/latest-news-and-updates

Nandos is currently focused on staff wellbeing and store COVID cleaning, and are expected to re-open Saturday 26th June. Stockland Wetherill Park undertakes an overnight intense daily clean of the centre in line with COVID Safe guidelines. The centre remains open with hygiene and safety precautions and procedures in place.

 

Updated 23 June 2021

STOCKLAND POINT COOK

A further easing of restrictions for the Melbourne Metropolitan area will take effect from 11:59pm, Thursday 24th June. All retail stores are now permitted to open, including gyms, with hospitality venues permitted to operate with increased capacity limits. We recommend you check with your favourite Stockland Point Cook retailers for opening hours during this time.

Further information can be accessed via the DHHS website at https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/coronavirus

When visiting Stockland Point Cook customers MUST continue to wear a face mask whilst indoors and are reminded to maintain social distancing (1.5m apart), practice good hygiene and check in via the Service Victoria QR Code.

 

STOCKLAND WENDOUREE

Stockland Wendouree operates under the further eased restrictions which take effect from 11:59pm, Thursday 24th June, announced by the Victorian Government. All retail stores are now permitted to open, including gyms, and increased capacity limits are also permitted by hospitality venues including the Food Court. We recommend you check with your favourite Stockland Wendouree retailers for opening hours during this time.

Further information can be accessed via the DHHS website at https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/coronavirus

When visiting Stockland Wendouree, customers are reminded to always wear a mask whilst indoors, maintain social distancing (1.5m apart), practice good hygiene and check in via the Service Victoria QR Code.

 

STOCKLAND BALGOWLAH, PICCADILLY, WETHERILL PARK, MERRYLANDS AND SHELLHARBOUR

The NSW Government has announcement new COVID-19 restrictions for Greater Sydney, Blue Mountains, Central Coast, Wollongong and Shellharbour LGA’s. Effective from 4pm Wednesday until 12:01am Thursday 1st July, retail density will revert to 1 person per 4 metres sq. Cafés & Restaurants will continue to operate with seated services only. Masks must be worn at all indoor public areas, including offices.
 

NSW Health provide regular updates on all NSW COVID-19 matters via their website at https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19

Stockland Balgowlah, Piccadilly, Wetherill Park, Merrylands & Shellharbour remain open ensuring customer, retailer and employee safety with regular cleaning during the day of all high frequency touch points and overnight intensive cleaning. Hand sanitiser is also available throughout the centre. We continue to encourage social distancing and follow all NSW Health directives and encourage all customers to wear a face mask whilst in centre at this time.

 

Updated 21 June 2021

STOCKLAND MERRYLANDS

NSW Health have updated their advice in relation to the COVID-19 case at Stockland Merrylands. Two stores have now been identified on Monday 14th June as having been visited by the customer. Big W from 1:50pm to 2:45pm and Oporto (Food Court) from 2:40pm to 2:45pm (Takeaway only, the customer DID NOT dine in the food court). Anyone who visited these locations at the times specified should self-isolate, obtain a COVID-19 test and remain isolated until a negative result is received.
 
The remainder of Stockland Merrylands has now been revised to ‘anyone who attended the centre on Monday 14th June from 1pm to 3pm must monitor for symptoms and if they occur get tested immediately and self-isolate until you receive a negative result.'

Updated NSW exposure locations and health advice can be accessed at https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19

Stockland Merrylands remains open ensuring customer, retailer and employee safety with regular cleaning during the day of all high frequency touch points and overnight intensive cleaning. Hand sanitiser is also available throughout the centre. We continue to encourage social distancing and follow all NSW Health directives including strongly encouraging all customers to wear a face mask whilst in centre at this time.

 

Updated 20 June 2021

STOCKLAND PICCADILLY

NSW Health has announced that effective from Sunday 20th June until 12:01am, Thursday 24th June it is mandatory to wear a face masks in all indoor public areas including shopping centre’s and hospitality venues in 7 Local Government Areas (LGA’s). Stockland Piccadilly Retail is included in these rules as it is part of the City of Sydney LGA and we encourage all customers to wear a mask whilst visiting the centre.
 
Further information is available from NSW Health https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19/covid-19-rules-nsw/face-mask-rules
 
Stockland Piccadilly remains open ensuring customer, retailer and employee safety with regular cleaning during the day of all high frequency touch points and overnight intensive cleaning. Hand sanitiser is also available throughout the centre. We continue to encourage social distancing and follow all NSW Health directives.

 

STOCKLAND SHELLHARBOUR

NSW Health has advised that a customer who visited the Baby Bunting store at Stockland Shellharbour Retail Park on Friday 18th June from 4:30pm to 5:15pm has subsequently tested positive to COVID-19. NSW Health is requesting anyone who was at the store on this date and between these times to immediately self-isolate and to contact them on 1800 943 553, obtain a COVID test and await their further advice.


NSW Health provides regular updates on all NSW exposure locations and health advice and customer should regularly check the website at:  https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19

Stockland Shellharbour remains open ensuring customer, retailer and employee safety with regular cleaning during the day of all high frequency touch points and overnight intensive cleaning. Hand sanitiser is also available throughout the centre. We continue to encourage social distancing and follow all NSW Health directives including strongly encouraging all customers to wear a face mask whilst in centre at this time.

Updated 19 June 2021

STOCKLAND MERRYLANDS

NSW Health has advised that a customer who visited Stockland Merrylands on Monday 14th June from 1pm to 3pm has subsequently tested positive to COVID-19. Whilst the case is considered by NSW Health as a casual contact, customers who visited the centre on the date and time specified should self-isolate, obtain a COVID test and remain self-isolated until a negative result is received.
 
NSW Health provides regular updates on all NSW exposure locations and health advice and customer should regularly check the website at: https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19
 
Stockland Merrylands remains open ensuring customer, retailer and employee safety with regular cleaning during the day of all high frequency touch points and overnight intensive cleaning. Hand sanitiser is also available throughout the centre. We continue to encourage social distancing and follow all NSW Health directives including strongly encouraging all customers to wear a face mask whilst in centre at this time.

 

Updated 16 June 2021

STOCKLAND POINT COOK

A further easing of restrictions for the Melbourne Metropolitan area will take effect from 11:59pm, Thursday 17th June. All retail stores are now permitted to open, including gyms, with hospitality venues permitted to operate with increased capacity limits. We recommend you check with your favourite Stockland Point Cook retailer for opening hours during this time.

When visiting Stockland Point Cook, customers MUST continue to wear a face mask whilst indoors and are reminded to maintain social distancing (1.5m apart), practice good hygiene and check in via the Service Victoria QR Code.

Further information can be accessed via the DHHS website at https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/coronavirus 

STOCKLAND WENDOUREE

Stockland Wendouree operates under the further eased restrictions which take effect from 11:59pm, Thursday 17th June, announced by the Victorian Government. All retail stores are now permitted to open, including gyms, and increased capacity limits are also permitted by hospitality venues including the Food Court. We recommend you check with your favourite Stockland Wendouree retailers for opening hours during this time.

When visiting Stockland Wendouree, customers are reminded to always wear a mask whilst indoors, maintain social distancing (1.5m apart), practice good hygiene and check in via the Service Victoria QR Code.

Further information can be accessed via the DHHS website at https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/coronavirus  

 

Updated 11 June 2021

Stockland Baringa has received an update from Queensland Health this morning on the 11th June that the customer who tested positive for COVID-19 visited Stockland Baringa’s White’s Supa IGA and the female toilets on Tuesday 8th June between 3:45pm and 4:15pm.

Stockland Baringa White’s Supa IGA, the female toilets and the male toilets near White’s Supa IGA have been identified as exposure locations, requiring anyone who has visited these locations between 3:45pm & 4:15pm on the 8th June to immediately self-isolate, obtain a COVID test and remain isolated until a negative result is received.

Further information on the exposure sites and requirements to be followed by Queensland Health can be found via the website: https://www.qld.gov.au/health/conditions/health-alerts/coronavirus-covid-19

Please note that whilst Queensland Health are referencing Stockland Caloundra Shopping Centre on their website, this centre is no longer owned or managed by Stockland and all queries on this location should be directed to Caloundra Shopping Centre.

The health and wellbeing of Stockland’s customers, retailers and employees is always our highest priority and we are working closely with Queensland Health on this matter. Intense cleaning of the centre occurs daily and in addition, a full deep clean of the centre and White’s Supa IGA was performed overnight on Wednesday, in line with COVID Safe guidelines.

The centre remains open with hygiene and safety precautions and procedures in place.

If you have any further COVID-19 related questions please contact Queensland Health on 13 42 68


Updated 10 June 2021

Stockland Baringa was advised by Queensland Health late Wednesday 9th June that a customer who visited Stockland Baringa on Tuesday 8th June between 3:45pm and 4:15pm has since tested positive for COVID-19.

Stockland Baringa White’s Supa IGA and the female toilets near White’s Supa IGA have been identified as exposure locations, requiring anyone who has visited these locations between 3:45pm & 4:15pm on the 8th June to immediately self-isolate, obtain a COVID test and remain isolated until a negative result is received.

Further information on the exposure sites and requirements to be followed by Queensland Health can be found via the website; https://www.qld.gov.au/health/conditions/health-alerts/coronavirus-covid-19

Please note that whilst Queensland Health are referencing Stockland Caloundra Shopping Centre on their website, this centre is no longer owned or managed by Stockland all queries on this location should be directed to Caloundra Shopping Centre.

The health and wellbeing of Stockland’s customers, retailers and employees is always our highest priority and we are working closely with Queensland Health on this matter. Intense cleaning of the centre occurs daily and in addition, a full deep clean of the centre and White’s Supa IGA was performed overnight on Wednesday, in line with COVID Safe guidelines.

The centre remains open with hygiene and safety precautions and procedures in place

If you have any further COVID-19 related questions please contact Queensland Health on 13 42 68.



Updated 9 June 2021

POINT COOK: ‘Circuit Breaker’ restrictions for the Melbourne Metropolitan area will ease from 12:01am Friday 11th June. All retail stores are now permitted to open, but we recommend you check with your favourite Stockland Point Cook retailers for opening hours during this time. These changes allow for seated service at food and beverage outlets and for personal care services to recommence, * some restrictions still apply.

When visiting Stockland Point Cook customers are reminded to maintain social distancing (1.5m apart), practice good hygiene, always wear a face mask and check in via the Service Victoria QR Code.

Further information can be accessed via the DHHS website at https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/coronavirus

WENDOUREE: Stockland Wendouree will operate under eased ‘Circuit Breaker’ restrictions as outlined by the Victorian Government from Friday 11th June. All retail stores are now permitted to open, but we recommend you check with your favourite Stockland Wendouree retailers for opening hours during this time. These changes allow for increased seated service at food and beverage outlets and for full personal care services to recommence. Gyms can now open Regional Victoria, * some capacity restrictions still apply.

When visiting Stockland Wendouree customers are reminded to maintain social distancing (1.5m apart), practice good hygiene, always wear a face mask and check in via the Service Victoria QR Code.

Further information can be accessed via the DHHS website at https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/coronavirus



Updated 2 June 2021

STOCKLAND POINT COOK: ‘Circuit Breaker’ restrictions in Victoria will continue until 11:59pm Thursday 10th June. Essential retail stores remain open including Supermarkets but we recommend to you check with your favourite Stockland Point Cook retailers for opening hours.

When visiting Stockland Point Cook customers are reminded to maintain social distancing (1.5m apart), practice good hygiene, always wear a face mask and check-in via the Service Victoria QR Code.

Further information can be accessed via the DHHS website at https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/coronavirus

STOCKLAND WENDOUREE: Stockland Wendouree will operate under eased ‘Circuit Breaker’ restrictions as outlined by the Victorian Government from Friday 4th June. All retail stores are now permitted to open, but we recommend you check with your favourite Stockland Wendouree retailers for opening hours during this time. These changes allow for seated service at food and beverage outlets and for personal care services to recommence, * some restrictions still apply

When visiting Stockland Wendouree customers are reminded to maintain social distancing (1.5m apart), practice good hygiene, always wear a face mask and check in via the Service Victoria QR Code.

Further information can be accessed via the DHHS website at https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/coronavirus



Updated 1 June 2021

A further two locations at Stockland Point Cook have been identified as Tier 1 exposure sites.

Point Cook Quality Meats and Marketplace Fruit & Vegetables are listed on Wednesday 26th May between 3.30pm and 5.30pm.

Anyone who visited these two locations on the date and times listed must immediately self- isolate, undertake a COVID test and remain isolated for 14 days, regardless of the result per DHHS guidance.

Further health advice and a full list of exposure sites can be found at https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/coronavirus

Stockland Point Cook continues to maintain a high standard of hygiene and cleaning within the centre, which remains open following COVID deep cleaning on Sunday 30th May, after being notified of this case.



Updated 31 May 2021

Stockland Point Cook was advised by the Department of Health & Human Services (DHHS) late Sunday 30th May, that a customer who visited Stockland Point Cook on Wednesday 26th May between 3:30pm and 5:30pm has since tested positive for COVID-19.

Stockland Point Cook Coles and Target have been identified as a Tier 1 exposure locations, requiring anyone who has visited those stores between 3:30pm & 5:30pm on the 26th May to immediately get tested and quarantine for 14 days.

Stockland Point Cook shopping centre has been deemed a Tier 2 exposure site, which requires anyone who worked or visited the centre on Wednesday 26th May between 3:30pm and 5:30pm to get tested urgently and isolate until the test results have been received.

Further information on the exposure sites and requirements to be followed by DHHS can be found via the website: https://www.coronavirus.vic.gov.au/exposure-sites

The health and wellbeing of Stockland’s customers, retailers and employees is always our highest priority and we are working closely with the DHHS on this matter. A full deep clean of the centre was performed overnight on Sunday, in line with DHHS recommendations.

The centre remains open with hygiene and safety precautions and procedures in place.

If you have any further COVID-19 related questions please contact DHHS on 1300 651 160.



Updated 27 May 2021

Stage 4 restrictions have come into effect in Victoria effective 11:59pm Thursday 27th May. Essential retail stores remain open including Supermarkets. A full list of stores permitted to open is available at https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/coronavirus and we recommend you check with your favourite Stockland retailer for opening hours. Customers are reminded that a face mask must be worn when visiting our centre.

Further information on COVID-19 can be found at: https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/coronavirus


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