Gold Coast gets tightened auction restrictions amid COVID-19 concerns

Gold Coast gets tightened auction restrictions amid COVID-19 concerns
Gold Coast gets tightened auction restrictions amid COVID-19 concerns

Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk placed tighter restrictions on auction gatherings in Gold Coast homes from 8am, on Saturday, 29 August. 

“Coming into effect from 8:00am Saturday, we are going to extend those limits of people inside your homes to 10 people, and those gatherings outside to 10,” Ms Palaszczuk said.

“I think everyone would agree, we acted very swiftly when it came to those earlier cases with the Brisbane Youth Detention Centre and we know people travel a lot from the Gold Coast to Brisbane, and it makes sense to extend that.”

The Real Estate Institute of Queensland (REIQ) issued guidelines:

“Owners, tenants and agents must continue to take reasonable steps to encourage visitors to any premises to practise physical distancing and hygiene practices as required and that open home inspections, rental inspections and auctions be limited as required by the new directive.

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