Keeping our masters community safe is our highest priority.
For up to date information on the management of COVID-19 in WA, click here.
Interstate and International Travel
We can’t wait to welcome our interstate friends to WA (finally)!
For all the information you need to know about interstate and international travel into WA click here.
Here you’ll find information about:
- the G2G Pass (external link) registration for approval to enter WA
- COVID-19 vaccination and testing requirements to enter WA, for interstate or international travellers
- how and where to show proof of COVID-19 vaccinations in WA
- how to manage COVID-19, including what to do if you test positive or are a close contact
See you soon for #PlayTimeInPerth!
What you Can and Can’t do in WA
For more information on the current public health and social measures in place in WA, please click here.
Please note mask wearing will be required at all indoor sport and social program venues as well as Games Central.
Proof of Vaccination
Showing proof of vaccination is a requirement to enter certain businesses and venues in WA.
There are a few ways you can get your proof COVID-19 vaccination, both in a digital and paper-based form.
The WA Government has also launched the ServiceWA app – a free, convenient and secure mobile application that will help Western Australians with WA’s Safe Transition, including proof of vaccination requirements.
Learn more here about how to get proof of your COVID-19 vaccination, where you will need to show proof, and what you can do if you can’t get proof online.
As mandated by the West Australian State Government, proof of COVID-19 vaccination will be required at Australian Masters Games social program events as well as some sport venues. For more information on which sport venues require proof of vaccination, please contact us.
Testing and Isolation
To help us keep our masters community safe, if you are unwell, please stay home and get tested.
Here are the testing and isolation guidelines that you can follow depending on the situation you’ve been in.
If you test positive to COVID-19 during the Games, please contact us, so that we can take appropriate measures to ensure the health and safety of our community.