Restrictions ease in metropolitan Melbourne from 11.59pm Thursday 21 October
From 11.59pm on Thursday 21 October, the curfew and 15km travel radius will be lifted and there will be no restrictions on reasons to leave your home in metropolitan Melbourne.
Travel between regional Victoria and metropolitan Melbourne will only be allowed for permitted reasons, which are for authorised work or education, medical care and care giving, to visit an intimate partner or single social buddy, and shopping for food and essential supplies (if is the closest facility to you) or to get vaccinated if it is your nearest location.
All Night Network train, tram, bus and V/Line coach services will resume the normal timetable from Friday 29 October.
Changes have been made to Night Network buses, including extending 21 busy regular routes to run to 24-hour service on weekends and introducing 13 special routes that will operate after midnight on weekends. Learn more at Changes to Night Network buses.
Face masks will need to be worn indoors and outdoors - whenever you leave home.
For the latest updates on restrictions, permits and exposure sites, visit the Coronavirus Victoria website.