Information about COVID-19

An important update 3 March 2022

From 6.00am Thursday 3 March 2022

Following the WA State Government’s latest health measures announced on Monday 28 February, 2sqm capacity restrictions 150 patron limits are currently in place for a range of businesses at Ocean Keys including, but not limited to:
•    Hospitality venues with seated service – including cafes, taverns, restaurants and food courts;
•    Gyms and fitness studios - including Pilates and yoga studios;
•    Entertainment venues;
•    Hairdressers and beauty services – including barbers, nail salons and beauty services;

In line with WA State Government health measures, masks are compulsory in all indoor public settings (unless eating, drinking or medically exempt) for all adults and children in school age year 3+. Additionally, those aged 16 and over are required to provide proof of vaccination to visit the following venues:

•    All hospitality and food and licensed venues:
o    including restaurants, dine-in fast food, cafes, bars, pubs, clubs, taverns;
o    excluding food and non-alcoholic beverage takeaway and service stations;
•    Bottle shops;
•    Indoor entertainment venues, including play centres, gaming and cinemas;
•    Gyms, fitness studios and centres;

To help stop the spread of COVID-19, we ask that you remain mindful of the following measures when visiting Ocean Keys:
•    Check-in using the SafeWA app or manually sign in using contact tracing registers. Complimentary Wi-Fi is available throughout the centre, should your network experience any outages;
•    Wash your hands frequently and use hand sanitiser available within the centre;
•    Sneeze or cough into your elbow;
•    Stay at home if you feel unwell;

We continue to remain diligent in our cleaning processes and continue to focus on key areas such as hard surfaces and bathrooms. Additionally, we have hand sanitisers located at all entrances for all visitors to utilise. We’ve also increased signage and additional security to ensure the wearing of masks and other government measures continue to be observed by everyone. 

We encourage all visitors to monitor and follow WA Government’s advice. To ensure you receive the latest information, alerts and answers to frequently asked questions please visit