Going out, travel, recreation and gathering in Queensland
You no longer need to be vaccinated to enter most businesses, services and activities. Venues include pubs and clubs, cafes and restaurants, theme parks, casinos, cinemas, weddings, showgrounds, galleries, libraries, museums and stadiums.
You don't need to check in to these locations.
Check to see if face mask restrictions apply to the business, service or activity you are visiting before you go.
Proof of vaccination and mandatory check ins are required in vulnerable settings.
Vulnerable settings include:
- residential aged care
- disability accommodation services
- corrective services facilities or detention centres.
Vaccination requirements and mandatory check ins apply to all visitors and workers. They do not apply to residents and patients of these facilities.
Exceptions for unvaccinated people may be made for medical treatment (including paediatric health care settings), end-of-life visits, childbirth and emergency situations.
Providing proof of vaccination
You must provide your contact information, proof of COVID-19 vaccination or evidence of medical contraindication by using the Check In Qld app or another method of record keeping before entering a venue in which vaccination is a requirement of entry.
Exemption from COVID-19 vaccination
If you are unable to receive a COVID-19 vaccination because of a medical contraindication or participation in a COVID-19 vaccination trial, you must get an exemption. If you secure an exemption, you will be treated as if you are fully vaccinated for entry requirements for venues in Queensland. If you are entering Queensland from overseas and are not vaccinated, you may need to apply for an exemption through the Australian Government.