Please read the following message from the Victorian Government if you are planning to attend the Good Friday (2.4.21) Hot Cross Bun Club Run
Dear event organiser,
As you or your venue is hosting a public event registered by Government, the Department of Jobs, Precincts and Regions is providing you with an important update regarding Queensland COVID19 exposure sites.
Queensland Health has announced a positive case of coronavirus and has listed a number of public exposure sites on its website at www.qld.gov.au/health/conditions/health-alerts/coronavirus-covid-19/current-status/contact-tracing
People currently in Victoria who were at any of these locations in the specified times must contact the Victorian Department at 1300 651 150 and follow the relevant advice issued by Queensland Health.
Anyone who has entered Victoria from the City of Brisbane and Moreton Bay Region since 12 March must immediately self-isolate, get a coronavirus test within 72 hours, and stay isolated until they receive a negative result.
Using data from travel permits, the Victorian Department of Health will be contacting anyone who has entered Victoria from the City of Brisbane and Moreton Bay Region since 12 March to advise them of their obligations.
The Queensland Local Government Areas (LGAs) of Brisbane and Moreton Bay have been designated an orange zone under Victoria’s ‘traffic light’ travel permit system. People entering Victoria from an orange zone (excluding people who have only passed through an orange zone during transit to the airport) must apply for an orange zone permit.
You cannot obtain an orange zone permit if you have COVID-19 symptoms. On arrival in Victoria, orange zone permit holders must immediately self-isolate, get a coronavirus test within 72 hours of arriving, and stay isolated until a negative result is received.
Additionally, as the event organiser you must contact attendees, patrons or spectators and notify them that if they have been in Brisbane or Moreton Bay they need to ensure they are tested as soon as possible and follow the relevant advice issued by Queensland Health.
HOT CROSS BUN DAY. GOOD FRIDAY
Annual Charity Event: Generous donations collected for the Children’s Hospital Good Friday Appeal
Rosella Oval / Picnic Area – Braeside Park
Lower Dandenong Road, Braeside. Melway Map: 88 E8
Time. 9.00am till 2:30pm
Charity Event: Donations to Children’s Hospital Good Friday Appeal.
Picnic chairs and tables, Lunch and drinks, sunscreen. No Alcohol is permitted. The organisation of this event is shared by the Veteran Car Club Vic (VCCAV), Vintage Drivers Club (VDC), Classic & Historic Automobile Club of Australia (CHACA) and the Austin 7 Club Inc. This year will be hosted by the Austin 7 Club Inc. Please come along and join in our club display and have a great day out with fellow car enthusiasts and enjoy the multitude of superb vehicles that are on display.
Free Hot Cross Buns, tea and coffee provided, along with scintillating conversation.
Enter Braeside Park from Lower Dandenong Road. Rosella Oval is the last oval on the left hand side before the exit back onto Lower Dandenong Road. Please note this is a ONE WAY circuit.
Housekeeping: No animals are allowed in the Park. No Alcohol is permitted. Please take your litter home with you. Do not feed or handle the wild life. Drive very careful on the oval.
Note: Braeside Park is closed on CODE RED fire danger days and the event would be cancelled.