Public Training Terms of Entry

 

Welcoming back everyone!
 
From 14 April 2022, the Queensland Government no longer requires individuals to be fully vaccinated or to check-in when visiting hospitality or entertainment venues including stadia.

As we move toward the new normal, it remains important to continue observing general health and safety principles while visiting QSAC. With this in mind, please continue to:

  • Stay home if you’re unwell;
  • Wash or sanitise your hands regularly;
  • In line with current health advice masks are strongly recommended wherever you can't socially distance; and
  • Vaccination remains the best defence against illness – for more information on how you can keep safe, visit the Queensland Health's website.
 

Please continue reading below for information relating to general FAQs at QSAC.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

From 14 April 2022, the Queensland Government no longer requires individuals to be fully vaccinated or to check-in when visiting hospitality or entertainment venues including stadia.

For further information regarding current COVID-19 restrictions and recommendations please visit Queensland Health’s website.

As we move towards the new normal, it remains important to continue observing general health and safety principles while supporting your team.
 

Please remember that while our team do everything possible to ensure patron safety, we encourage you to self-manage and base attendance on current information and personal circumstances.

COVID-19 has changed events and some of those things are here to stay. Please note:

  • Hand sanitiser will remain readily available around venues;
  • If you’re unwell stay home - you may not be admitted if you are showing COVID-19 symptoms or signs of illness; and
  • Please visit our What's on page for specific details to the event you’re attending.

No you do not.

Masks are not mandatory, however we strongly recommend wearing a mask if you feel uncomfortable or when unable to maintain social distance (such as when entering or exiting the stadium). More information regarding current mask requirements can be found on the Queensland Health website.

You can buy a single entry ticket for $5.00 (GST Inclusive) or a multi-visit card for $50.00 (GST Inclusive) that includes 10 paid visits and 1 free entry.