Current venue restrictions
Last updated: 22 December 2021
While every effort is made to keep this page up to date, the current Queensland Health directives will always apply in our venues. Please refer to Queensland Health for more information on the current restrictions.
Recent COVID-19 contact tracing (exposure) sites in Queensland, including those in the City of Logan, are listed on the Queensland Health website.
We’re committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for our patrons.
- Where restrictions apply to the number of people who can be in areas at any given time, this information is clearly displayed at the venues.
- Please follow Queensland Health advice on mask-wearing.
- We have hand sanitiser and social distancing reminders around our venues for your convenience.
New Queensland Government-mandate rules for patrons attending our venue will apply from Friday, 17 December 2021.
Logan Entertainment Centre
Under Queensland Health directives, non-vaccinated patrons aged 16 and over will not be permitted to enter Logan Entertainment Centre.
These patrons will not be permitted entry to any part of the venue including the bars/dining areas, or the auditorium.
Kingston Butter Factory Cultural Precinct
Under Queensland Health directives, non-vaccinated patrons aged 16 and over will not be permitted to enter Kingston Butter Factory Cultural Precinct to attend ticketed events held at our indoor or outdoor performance spaces. Unvaccinated patrons will also not be permitted to enter the café.
All patrons, including those not vaccinated, will be able to attend outdoor markets held at the precinct. All patrons will be required to check in using the Check in Qld app on arrival.
Logan Art Gallery
Only people aged 16 and older who are fully vaccinated people will be able to enter the gallery.
Mayes Cottage House Museum
Under Queensland Health directives, non-vaccinated visitors aged 16 and over will not be permitted to enter Mayes Cottage House Museum.
Proof of Vaccination
The easiest way to show proof of vaccination is to use the Check In Qld app. You can link your COVID-19 digital vaccination certificate to the Check In Qld app. Make sure you upgrade to the latest version of the app.
Detailed instructions on how to link your certificate are available online.
Access your COVID-19 digital vaccination certificate through the Medicare app, from your Medicare-linked MyGov account or My Health Record.
Printed copies of the COVID-19 digital vaccination certificate, immunisation history statements or international COVID-19 vaccination certificate are also available.
If you need help accessing these documents, contact your vaccination provider or the Australian Immunisation Register.
Refer to the Queensland Health FAQs for further information.