What’s open in Sandy Point during the COVID-19 outbreak

The South Gippsland Shire Council has now informed us that:

“Restrictions on facilities such as community centres, public halls and public libraries have eased.

From 11:59 pm on 31 May, these community facilities have been permitted to open with no more than 20 people allowed in each separate space at any one time, in addition to those required to operate the facility. Density requirements (one person per four square metres) must also be complied with.

Make sure you observe appropriate physical distancing rules by keeping at least 1.5 metres from other people at all times.”

As a result, the Community Centre will be open from Tuesday 9th June, with Tai Chi and Wed morning Pilates recommencing.

The playparks are now open and the tennis courts are available, but only one court – as per social distancing guidelines. Booking of the court should be made through the General Store

The General Store is open for business from 9am - 5pm.

The Café is still closed. See their post at https://www.facebook.com/StaSkcafe/ for an open letter to the community explaining their decision to close.

The Sandy Point Community Group (SPCG) has implemented a volunteer community network to provide a variety of services to assist those who may be suffering hardship and difficulty due to the restrictions and precautions relating to the Coronavirus pandemic.