Monday, 11 January 2021 11.00am

This morning the QLD Government announced restrictions will ease from 6pm tonight for the Greater Brisbane Area however there are precautions in place from now until 1am on the 22 January 2021 (10 days).

Part of the precautions for the next 10 days is that everyone must carry a mask with them when they leave their home (unless under 12 or medically exempt). You do not need to wear a mask when in a private vehicle or whilst outdoors if at a safe distance from others.

The below changes are effective from 6pm tonight, Monday the 11th until 1am Friday the 22nd of January 2021.

NSI Vehicle Ferries

All services are back to normal; a mask must be worn by anyone who wishes to leave their vehicle whilst on-board.

NSI Passenger Ferry

All services are back to normal; all crew and passengers must wear a mask on-board and social distancing needs to be maintained.

SMBI Vehicle Ferry

All services are back to normal; a mask must be worn by anyone who wishes to leave their vehicle whilst on-board.

SMBI Passenger Ferries 

Will operate the normal timetabled services including the additional services. Passenger numbers will be increased back to 120 at 6pm tonight. All crew and passengers must wear a mask on-board and social distancing needs to be maintained.

Anyone needing to attend the office on Russell Island to collect lost property, will need to call the office on (07) 3409 1145 and make an appointment to collect.

Departure Lounge + On-board Cafes

A mask must be worn to enter the café and while being served, if anyone is dining in, they must sign in, social distance and wear their mask when not eating or drinking.

Moggill Ferry  

No changes to services, a mask must be worn by anyone who wishes to leave their vehicle whilst on-board.

Offices

All offices will return to usual opening hours; customers must wear a mask if they want to enter an office.

Who needs to wear a mask whilst travelling on our services or visiting our offices & cafes? 

  • Anyone on public transport (our passenger ferries)
  • Anyone that leaves their vehicle on-board our ferries or at our terminals
  • Anyone who is ordering from our cafes
  • Anyone who is entering any of our offices
  • Anyone who winds down their window to speak to our crew
  • Anyone who cannot socially distance in a confined space
  • Anyone that is in close contact with other people

More information from the QLD Government on the easing of restrictions can be found here.

18 December 2020

In response to the New South Wales Northern Beaches COVID-19 cluster, border restrictions will be in effect from 1am AEST Saturday 19 December 2020. Currently specific parts of New South Wales are hotspots.

Before you travel please ensure you are permitted to do so. Visitors and returned travelers who are currently (or have recently been) in a QLD Government declared 'hotspot' have been directed to quarantine for 14 days. Please email [email protected] or call 07 3488 5300 to cancel or reschedule your travel plans.

Check here to see more information on current COVID-19 Hot Spots.

Check here to see a list of contact tracing locations.


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