Victorian Road-map to Re-opening 

On 6th September 2020, the premier of Victoria announced the restrictions that would apply to the state of Victoria starting from 11:59pm 13 September 2020:
 
From 11:59pm 13 September, some restrictions will be eased across Victoria. Regional Victoria and Melbourne Metro each have their own roadmaps, relating to how many active cases are currently in the community.

Summary of Steps towards COVID Normal

First Step

Regional Victoria
First step only applies to Metro Melbourne.

Metro Melbourne (11:59pm 13 September)
Expanded social interaction.

Second Step

Regional Victoria (11:59pm 13 September)
Social bubbles, visitors and staged return of education.

Metro Melbourne (28 September subject to trigger points and public health advice)
Social bubbles, phased return of some workforces and education.

Third Step

Regional Victoria (subject to trigger points and public health advice)
Increased reopening for sport, recreation, ceremonies and special occasions.

Metro Melbourne (26 October subject to trigger points and public health advice)
Major industries return, increased reopening for education, sport, recreation, ceremonies and special occasions.

Last Step

Statewide (23 November subject to trigger points and public health advice)
Increased numbers for gatherings and hospitality.

COVID Normal

Statewide (subject to trigger points and public health advice)

No restrictions for gatherings, visitors, hospitality or sport.

“Trigger points” means a point for review by our public health team to consider any potential changes to the restrictions, based on case numbers, testing numbers and other factors.
 
 Please find below some helpful links with further details:
 
Metropolitan Melbourne roadmap
  
Metropolitan Melbourne industry restrictions
 
Regional Victoria roadmap
 
Regional Victoria industry restrictions