Wear a mask. Wash your hands. Stay at home.Where can I go?
You must wear a fitted face mask.
These are the only reasons when you can leave home.
Must be within 5km from your home, or at the nearest available supermarket.Click for more info
Must be within 5km from your home.
Limited to two hours per day, which can be split into two different one hour sessions.
You can exercise with members of your household, or up to five people (including you) from a maximum of two householdsClick for more info
Work, if you cannot do so from homeClick for more info
Access medical services, or visiting a doctor or health professionalClick for more info
Take your pet to the vet, or for a bathroom break (near your home)Click for more info
Attending a funeral (whilst maintaining social distancing)Click for more info
Visiting someone who you are in an intimate personal relationshipClick for more info
Donate bloodClick for more info
Providing caregiving (including child support) or on compassionate reasons
When your life is in danger, or it is an emergency
Otherwise, you must stay at home.
Not all reasons are listed here. The full exhaustive list of allowed reasons to leave your house can be found in the Second Step restrictions - Metropolitan Melbourne issued by the Department of Health and Human Services.
TL;DR.Unless you are an essential traveller, Victorians cannot travel interstate due to border restrictions placed by other states and territories. Australian citizens cannot travel abroad.
It is strongly urged you visit the relevant authority's website to re-confirm the information.
While every effort has been made to ensure this is factual information and sources to information have been provided, this website is not and does not replace official government advice.
This information is also not legal advice if you are fined or arrested for breaching health directions.