As Canberra moves into summer, hospitality venues are being encouraged by the ACT Government to trial outdoor dining with no permit fees.
COVID-19 has changed the way we experience the hospitality industry – from booking a table to paying a deposit and even our choices on the menu.
New contract tracing app Check-in CBR has been developed by ACT Health and will assist venues to meet their contract tracing obligations.
OzHarvest Canberra yesterday received 500 individually-sealed meals prepared and cooked by the National Convention Centre Canberra - the first delivery of a total of 4,000 meals to be provided over the next eight weeks.
One local company, NCH Software, has come up with a way to simplify contact tracing requirements for the hospitality industry, and they are offering it for free.
As COVID-19 restrictions continue to ease Canberra’s cafés have begun accepting reusable cups again, albeit under strict protocols around cleanliness.
Calls from both peak bodies and the ACT Opposition to further ease restrictions on Canberra’s hospitality industry will be ignored by the ACT Government. Currently, ACT hospitality venues face restrictions capping patron numbers...
Today the NSW Government announced that pubs, clubs, cafes and restaurants will be allowed up to 50 patrons from Monday 1 June.
From Saturday 16 May, a select number of Canberra's cafes, restaurants and other eateries welcomed diners for the first time since March.