What you can do in June in Victoria

With restrictions easing, we’ve compiled a list to help you navigate what is allowed in Victoria and some venues or destinations you might be keen to hear about!

With the school holidays just around the corner, it’s a good idea to start planning soon!

  • There’s a staged return to community sport – with full-contact training and competitions for under 18s resuming from 22 June, and everyone back to full competition by 20 July
  • Restaurants will be able to host up to 50 people
  • Cinemas and theatres can open up
  • Shared kitchens and bathrooms at camp grounds and caravan parks can be used again
  • Enjoy the snow? You’ll be able to hit the slopes
  • Zoos, toy libraries, museums can all reopen with restrictions in place (if they haven’t already)

Other venues of note:

  • Rayner’s Orchard is running U-Pick Tours again! More details here
  • Sovereign Hill re-open 27 June, as does the National Gallery of Victoria
  • Collingwood Children’s Farm will reopen July 1
  • Interaxcity Children’s Museum set to open on June 23
  • Mansfield Zoo is open
  • The Royal Botanic Gardens are open, and a great day out
  • Myuna Farm is back open
  • Scienceworks is a great day out
  • Check out Parks Victoria’s family friendly suggestions