Some City of Darwin activities have been affected by the current Greater Darwin lockout.
Critical Council services and venues remain largely unaffected. However, in accordance with the Chief Health Officer’s directions, everyone attending a Council venue (including Shoal Bay Waste Management Facility) is required to have proof of vaccination, use the NT Check-in app and wear a facemask.
The Civic Centre, and all four libraries are continuing to operate as usual.
Kerbside waste collection will continue as scheduled and the Shoal Bay Waste Management facility will operate as per normal for the remainder of today and this weekend.
Nightcliff Pool continues to maintain regular hours. But Parap Pool closes two hours earlier today, at 5.30pm. Parap’s 25m pool will be open as normal over the weekend. Swimming NT has a meet in Parap’s 50-metre pool tomorrow until 11.30am, when the pool will become available to the public. It will open as normal on Sunday.
While Casuarina Pool remains open until 7.30pm today, it will be closed all weekend.
Unfortunately, Council has been forced to postpone tomorrow’s native plant giveaway at Dinah Beach Oval. But there will be further information on the event soon.
The Young Territory Author Awards (YTAA) ceremony scheduled for the Territory Netball Stadium today had to be cancelled as the venue was required as part of NT Health’s COVID response. But organisers are already arranging to have a virtual YTAA event, which will be held soon.
Everyone attending a Council venue is required to have proof of vaccination and be wearing a facemask.
For further information on the Greater Darwin lockout see https://coronavirus.nt.gov.au/
And for details on all City of Darwin services, activities and venues visit https://www.darwin.nt.gov.au/coronavirus