COVID-19 Safety

Moreton Daily Stadium has introduced measures to ensure the safety of all stakeholders including patrons, staff and players. These measures have been approved by Queensland Health but will only be effective if everyone buys-in. We are asking your support on the following measures:

  • Stay home if you are feeling unwell or showing symptoms of COVID-19
  • Stay home if you have been overseas or to a COVID-19 Hotspot in the last 14 days or if you have been in contact with someone who has been overseas or to a COVID-19 Hotspot in the last 14 days COVID-19 Hotspots Information.
  • It is mandatory to bring your own masks and wear them to and from the game, when entering, exiting and moving about the stadium.
  • The stadium is currently operating at 100% capacity, please be aware that there will be patrons seated in front, behind and next to you.
  • Scan QR codes at entry gates to sign-in to the venue under QLD Health COVID-19 contact tracing requirements.
  • Public are not permitted to enter the playing field, as per restrictions set by Queensland Health.
  • Remain within the zone allocated on your ticket to minimise circulation, and use facilities located in that zone.
  • To avoid congestion, please plan to arrive during the window nominated on your ticket and only leave when your zone is called to assist with a smooth exit.
  • Maintain social distancing where possible on entry and exit, or when moving around the stadium.
  • Only use the seat that you select for the entire event
  • Cashless payments are preferred for purchase of food and beverage
  • Practice high-level hand-hygiene using the sanitiser stations installed in the Stadium.
  • Due to strict COVID-Safe measures we are operating under, in the event of wet weather, we will not be able to relocate patrons. Please be prepared and bring your own poncho or raincoat
  • If you have any questions in regards to accessibility please contact the stadium

By attending Moreton Daily Stadium you acknowledge your role in helping to successfully carry out the COVID-19 Safety Plan. By playing your part, you will help ensure we all enjoy a comfortable and safe experience at the Stadium and continue to see the benefits of fans returning to live events.

Special Terms of Entry during public health emergencies:

By entering the Stadium, Patrons acknowledge that there is a heightened risk of contracting COVID-19 and the Stadium owner, Manager, and Hirer do not guarantee that it is or will remain a COVID-19 free area. The Patron assumes all risk for any loss or damage caused in this regard while in or around the Stadium.

By entering the Stadium and providing the information, each Patron authorises the Stadium owner, Manager, Hirer or their representatives to collect and store a Patron’s personal data, and may share it at any time with relevant authorities for the purposes of contact tracing.

Patrons may be denied entry to, or removed from the Stadium for any failure to comply with any direction or request from the Manager or Hirer, including but not limited to, additional health and temperature screenings or subsequent failure to meet satisfactory results from those screenings, refusing to sit in the designated seat, or failing to adhere to any social distancing, hygiene practices or other processes, as deemed appropriate by the Manager or Hirer.

Patrons acknowledge that by entering the Stadium, they are not currently exhibiting any respiratory symptoms (including but not limited to a cough or shortness of breath) sore throat, fatigue, loss of smell or taste, a runny nose, muscle pain, joint pain, diarrhoea, nausea/vomiting or loss of appetite, or that during the past 14 days, they have not had close contact with a confirmed or probable case of COVID-19, or have lived in or travelled through a COVID-19 hotspot.

If one or more symptoms are present, a Patron must not attend the Event or attempt to enter the Stadium and should immediately seek medical advice in accordance with the directions of relevant health authorities.