Outdoor facilities open to the public

Slam-dunk: Basketballers can use council courts now. Picture: Jonathan Ng
Slam-dunk: Basketballers can use council courts now. Picture: Jonathan Ng

Campbelltown Council has reacted to the state government's relaxing of COVID-19 restrictions by opening some of its outdoor sporting facilities to the public.

Outdoor playgrounds and gyms, basketball courts, skate parks and barbeque are now open with restrictions of no more than 10 people allowed to gather.

Outdoor tennis courts are now open with a two-person restriction.

"Our incredible community has done the right thing and followed the advice of health authorities throughout the COVID-19 health situation so far, which now means we are able to enjoy some of our outdoor spaces again," mayor George Brticevic said.

"While it is great that we are able to open our skate parks and outdoor tennis courts again, we must remain vigilant and keep following the social distancing advice of health authorities.

"If you are feeling unwell and have a fever, cough, sore throat or shortness of breath please do not go out and make sure you get tested."

Keep up to date on Council's response to COVID-19 on the website, www.campbelltown.nsw.gov.au.