AS Queenslanders start to re-emerge from isolation, several Redland City Council venues have reopened or are gearing to do so.
Mayor Karen Williams said council had moved quickly to prepare venues to reopen following the state government's announcement of further easing of COVID-19 restrictions from noon yesterday.
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Council venues - reopening dates and conditions
Customer Service Centres
The Capalaba Customer Service Centre and the Customer Service Counter located in the Victoria Point Library is open.
Redland Art Gallery (RAG)
Redland Art Gallery in Capalaba has reopened with conditions in place.
Entry to the gallery is through the Capalaba library. Social distancing must be maintained with an average of four square metres per person. Library employees will regulate entry through to the gallery.
You can now view exhibitions at the Capalaba gallery in person, with children's art and craft still activities available online at Redland gallery.
RAG Cleveland will reopen on Monday June 15
Community Halls continue to be open for bookings
Halls are now able to have 20 people as long as they are large enough to comply with the one person per four square metres rule. Regulation of appropriate social distancing and hygiene practices, including the provision of hand sanitiser, will remain the responsibilities of the hall hirer.
Redlands Coast Visitor Information Centre will reopen on Friday June 5.
Opening hours: 9am-4pm daily (Monday-Sunday)
Visitor hotline and website available for those unable to physically access the centre - phone 1300 667 386 or visitredlandscoast.com.au
Redland Performing Arts Centre (RPAC) remains closed at this time. An update will be provided when more information is available.
For a list of shows that have been cancelled or rescheduled visit www.rpac.com.au .
Redlands IndigiScapes Centre
The environmental education centre, café and nursey remain closed but walking tracks and native botanical gardens are open to the public.
All Council venues
Council venues being reopened will provide safe and welcomingspaces for the community and visitors.
Cleaning will be increased, sanitiser will be available and social distancing measures will be in place.
Conditions at all venues will be relaxed further when Queensland reaches Stage 3 in the easing of restrictions roadmap.