Information for businesses during COVID-19

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Contact the Economic Development team

Phone: (03) 5366 7100 

Email: business@moorabool.vic.gov.au

Facebook: Business Growth and Innovation – Moorabool Shire


Stopping the spread

Keep up-to-date with the State Government's rules and regulations. Council’s Environmental Health Team can assist.


Resources

The following State Government agencies can help you further:


Roadmap to COVID Normal

The third step to a COVID Normal will come into place starting at 11:59 pm on 16 September 2020.

Every business across regional Victoria will be required to have a COVID-safe plan, and those plans will be enforced from 28 September. Regional Victoria has specific industry restriction levels.

In line with the lifting of restrictions, Premier Daniel Andrews announced the Victorian Government’s Outdoor Eating and Entertainment Package of $87.5 million. Council is waiving outdoor dining permit fees for the hospitality industry until 30 June 2021. This announcement will further support businesses, where appropriate, to offer immediate outdoor dining options to increase their serving capacity. 


Support packages and grants

Businesses are encouraged to explore the many support packages and grants available.


Maximise your business

Industry councils and associations are providing free online courses, memberships, and practical information to help you maximise your business.

Online training

Tourism

  • Council is pleased to present Shire businesses with two free opportunities to help you maximise awareness of your business. 

Further advice and information available


Disclaimer

Moorabool Shire Council does not endorse the services provided above. It is for individuals and businesses to use their own skill and judgment to determine whether the services are appropriate. Any advice provided by the services is not the advice of Council. Council will not be liable for any loss or damage resulting from businesses relying on advice provided by the services. The Council waives all liability (except for any liability that cannot be waived by law) for all losses including any direct or indirect loss or damage suffered by individuals or businesses that rely upon the information provided by the services. 

Last Updated:

Wednesday, 25 March, 2020 - 14:25