January 2024

Croquet Australia is committed to ensuring the safety of all players, officials and spectators at all times. The information below is intended to provide an overview of the resources available for information and guidelines pertaining to the impact of COVID-19 on the croquet community.

Important note (Sport Australia): State and Territory Governments and their public health authorities are responsible for decisions about sporting activities in each jurisdiction, both at professional and community sport level. These may be updated from time to time as further guidance material from governments and public health authorities is provided.

Links to relevant State Websites

Australian Capital Territory

ACT Government

ACT Sport & Recreation

New South Wales

NSW Government

NSW Health


QLD Government

QLD Return to play framework

South Australia

SA Government

SA Health


Tas Government

Tas Sport and Recreation


Vic Government

Vic Health & Human Services

Western Australia

WA Government

WA Health

Guidelines for play

All play and club activities are to be conducted in line with the Covid-19 guidelines as advised by State and Territory government agencies.


  • The responsibility of each club is to ensure the following:
    • They are aware and compliant with their own State or Territory Government advice and guidelines relating to Covid-19.
    • All of these guidelines are adhered to. 

Croquet Australia recognises clubs may choose to implement additional requirements. Croquet Australia strongly recommends clubs seek legal advice prior to determining and implementation of additional requirements.

Covid-19 Symptoms

  • Fever
  • Coughing
  • Sore throat
  • Shortness of breath
  • Headache or fatigue
  • Muscle or joint pain

If you are feeling ill and think you have been exposed to Covid-19 please check your symptoms using the Health Direct Symptom Checker.