NEW RESTRICTIONS FOR MELBOURNE WHEN LOCKDOWN ENDS AT 11:59PM ON THURSDAY:
* No limits on reasons to leave home but must remain within 25km. People can travel further for work, education, caregiving or vaccination.
* Travel from Melbourne to regional Victoria not allowed.
* Masks are no longer compulsory outdoors, as long as social distancing is maintained. They remain mandatory indoors.
* No gatherings at home.
* Outdoor gatherings up to 10 people.
* Food and hospitality venues open for seated service only, 50 person cap indoors subject to density limit.
* Retail and personal services such as beauty and hairdressers to reopen.
* Religious gatherings and ceremonies such as funerals permitted for up to 50 people, plus those running the service. Weddings, however, remain capped at 10 people.
* Outdoor pools can reopen for up to 100 people, subject to density limit. Gyms, indoor sports centres and play centres remain closed.
* Outdoor physical recreation allowed, to a maximum of 100 people.
* Community sport training allowed within the 25km limit.
* Indoor entertainment venues capped at 25 per cent of the venue's seated capacity, maximum 50 people.
* Outdoor entertainment venues capped at 50 per cent of the venue's seated capacity, maximum 100 people.
* Students return to the classroom.
* Density limits at offices of 25 per cent, or a cap 10 people.
* Service Victoria QR code mandatory.
* House auctions can resume outside with a 50 person cap.
RESTRICTIONS FOR REGIONAL VICTORIA FROM 11:59PM ON THURSDAY:
* Homes allowed two adult visitors per day.
* Public gatherings increase from 10 to 20 people.
* Food and hospitality venues open for seated service with a 150 person cap. No more than 75 indoors.
* Cap on religious services increased from 50 to 150 people, funerals 50 to 75, and weddings 10 to 20 guests.
* Hairdressing and beauty services open.
* Indoor physical recreation and sport allowed, with a 150 person maximum.
* All community sport and outdoor sport is allowed.
* Swimming pools open for up to 150 people, 50 indoors.
* Community facilities open for up to 150 people, 75 indoors.
* Seated service and a cap of 50 people at nightclubs and karaoke venues, with the same limit for arcades and bingo.
* Indoor seated entertainment venues have a 50 per cent capacity limit, maximum 75 people.
* Indoor non-seated entertainment has a 75-person limit.