Food, hospitality, travel, arts, tourism, events and accommodation
Visit the SA Government COVID-19 website for comprehensive information on the directions, restrictions and requirements that apply to business and industry operating in South Australia.
- Business and work information
- COVID Risk Mitigation Plans
- COVID-Safe Plans
- COVID Safe Check-In
- COVID Management Plans
- COVID Marshals
- Cross Border Travel Registration
Certain restrictions remain on shared / communal food service and facilities. For more information, see the Public Activities Direction.
- Food and beverages (including alcohol) must be consumed by patrons while seated at tables that are physically separate from any bar or where orders are taken.
- Any shared equipment and frequently touched surfaces must be cleaned between use by different individuals or groups.
Restrictions are applicable to:
- Public venues (e.g. pubs, restaurants, cafes, wineries, breweries), including private events hosted at a venue.
- BBQs / sausage sizzles
- Food catering business
Resources for more information:
- Food safety (SA Health)
- Best practices for food businesses to prevent the spread of COVID-19 — poster (PDF 64KB)
- COVID-19 Pre-prepared packaged meals for home delivery or pick-up fact sheet (PDF 134KB)
- Food and Agribusiness - Department of Primary Industries and Regions
- Food Standards Australia New Zealand
Pubs and clubs
The Guidance for use of pokies and gaming machine areas fact sheet (PDF 126KB) provides guidance for patrons and businesses using or running pokies/gaming machines.
Travel, transport and hotels
Accommodation service providers
Accommodation service providers who have guests in isolation or quarantine provide an important service for the community. The following fact sheets will help to ensure your staff, other guests and the South Australian public remain safe and well.
- Guidance for accommodation service providers (PDF 336KB)
- Waste management for healthcare and homes, hotels and lodgings fact sheet (PDF 134KB)
Vehicles and other movable objects that are available for hire by members of the public for the purpose of tours or other recreational activities are a defined public activity under the Emergency Management (Public Activities) (COVID-19) Direction 2020. This means the person conducting the activity must:
- Complete a COVID Safe Plan.
- Keep contact tracing records.
The Guidance for transport and tour vehicles fact sheet (PDF 336KB) provides guidance for transport and tour vehicles of all types (excluding public transport) to operate safely and manage COVID-19 health risks.
The marine industry personal protection equipment (PPE) advice (PDF 116KB) provides advice for persons boarding and leaving a maritime vessel which has recently returned from overseas or a high community transmission zone (excluding cruise ships).
Cinema and theatre operators
For guidance about seating arrangements in theatres and cinemas to reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19 read the COVID-19 Factsheet – Seating in cinemas and theatres (PDF 97KB).
It is important for event and fireworks organisers to be aware that fireworks displays can create a spontaneous congregation of people that may beyond the control of the event organiser. For more information see Fireworks during COVID-19 advice (PDF, 127.5 KB).