Changes to Hyperdome in accordance with Queensland Government mandates - 27 August 2021
The Queensland Government has announced the further easing of restrictions in South East Queensland from 4pm Friday 27 August. However, the Government has confirmed that masks are still required to be worn in all indoor settings. This includes during your visit to Hyperdome, or where social distancing isn’t possible.
This means that anyone visiting Hyperdome will be required to wear a mask at all times, unless one of the following exemptions applies:
We ask that our community remains respectful to others as reasons for not wearing a mask are not always obvious.
To help keep our entire community safe, please be sure to bring an appropriate face mask with you the next time you visit Hyperdome Shopping Centre.
Changes to Hyperdome in accordance with Queensland Government mandates – 8 August 2021
The Queensland Government has announced that the mandated lockdown of south-east Queensland will end at 4pm Sunday 8 August. While those businesses that were required to close during this lockdown will reopen, some restrictions will remain in place until 4pm Sunday 22 August, including:
For more information on what these latest directives mean for you please visit https://www.qld.gov.au/health/conditions/health-alerts/coronavirus-covid-19/current-status/urgent-covid-19-update.
Community Health and Safety Notice | 5 August 2021
QLD Health has advised us that person/s who visited the Centre on Saturday 31 July are now confirmed to have COVID-19. As a result, COVID-19 exposure sites have been identified at the Centre.
Saturday 31 July
QLD Health have classified these exposures sites as casual contact sites, meaning that anyone who visited these stores during this time should get tested and self-isolate until they receive a negative result.
In response to advice from QLD Health, these retailers have responded swiftly to this notification, advising staff working during these times to self-isolate and get tested and undertaking additional cleaning within their tenancies.
Centre Management and the identified retailers are working with QLD Health to identify who may have been in recent contact with the individual/s who tested positive, and we understand they will be making direct contact with those identified.
The health and wellbeing of our entire community is our top priority, which is why we are taking this situation very seriously. Please see below for more information on what we are doing to help keep our community safe.
We will be guided by QLD Health in any next steps we need to take in managing this situation safely, including additional deep cleaning and contact tracing.
For further information on exposure sites and what this means for you, we encourage you to visit Contact tracing (exposure sites) — coronavirus (COVID-19) | Health and wellbeing | Queensland Government (www.qld.gov.au)
Keeping you safe at Hyperdome
Our community’s health and wellbeing is our overriding priority and we continue to maintain a range of measures to help keep you safe when you visit Hyperdome. These include:
How you can help
While visiting Hyperdome, we ask that you continue to play your role in keeping our community safe. This means:
We ask for your support in ensuring Hyperdome continues to be a place of kindness and compassion for all our customers and staff throughout this unprecedented situation.
To keep up to date with the latest announcements regarding COVID-19, including case locations, we encourage you to visit Queensland Health’s website at www.covid19.qld.gov.au
With all that said, we remain open for business and sincerely look forward to seeing you at Hyperdome.