Market City continues to follow the advice of NSW Health. With Covid now in the community, we encourage all our customers to visit https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19 for current rules and regulation around Covid-19.
All customers over the age of 12 visiting Market City must wear a mask (unless an exemption applies). Customers are also advised to check-in via the visible QR Codes when visiting our centre, retailers and restaurants. We ask all our customers to take-care when visiting Market City by social distancing, sanitising hands and following all appropriate health guidelines.
Our restaurants, cafés and food courts are open, serving food and drinks to seated customers. Eat-in as well as takeaway and delivery options are available.
Market City continues to apply the highest standard of cleanliness and hygiene across our centre and follow all advice given by NSW Health authorities.
Market City is open.
We understand the ongoing concern in the community regarding Coronavirus (COVID-19), we continue to follow the advice of the Australian Health Authorities and apply the highest standards of cleanliness and hygiene in our Centre. We have QR check-ins as well as hand sanitisers at our entrances and increased the cleaning of frequently touched hard surfaces.We expect our retailers to apply the same principles to their cleanliness and hygiene.
The NSW Government have mandated the wearing of masks in certain indoor premises including shopping centres. Therefore, you will need to wear a mask to enter Market City.
People are not required to wear masks if they:
- have a physical or mental illness, condition or disability that makes wearing a mask unsuitable, for example, a skin condition, an intellectual disability, autism or trauma.
- are children aged 12 or under
A person may remove a mask if they are:
- eating or drinking
- communicating with another person who is deaf or hard of hearing
- at work and the nature of the work makes wearing a mask a risk to the person’s, or another persons’, health and safety, or means clear enunciation or visibility of their mouth is essential
- asked to remove their mask to confirm their identity.
The Australian Government has announced a variety of one-off payments and grants to assist individuals and businesses during this volatile time.
Information can be accessed via the websites below.
www.nsw.gov.au/resources-for-your-community/chinese-cantonese-mandarin – 汉语, 繁體中文, 廣東話, 漢語
– www.servicesaustralia.gov.au – Economic Support
– www.nracoronavirus.net.au – Follow this link for free COVID-19 signage for retailers
– www.health.nsw.gov.au – Stay up to date with new regulations