COVID-19

The City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder is working with staff, contractors and service providers to ensure community safety is maintained during the current COVID-19 pandemic.

From Monday 31 January, proof of vaccination requirements will expand to apply to certain venues and events state-wide. Learn more below about how to obtain your proof of COVID-19 vaccination, where you will need to show proof, and what you can do if you cannot obtain proof online.

City facilities

From Monday 31 January, proof of vaccination requirements will expand to certain venues and events within the City under the State Government’s Health Mandate.

Important updates for residents utilising the following City of Kalgoorlie Boulder facilities

Goldfields Oasis

  • Proof of double dose vaccination will be required for patrons (16yrs or older) using the gym or participating in group fitness
  • Pools, swim school, compound or stadium - proof of vaccination is not required.
  • Flavour #3015 Café will not require proof of vaccinations but will commence providing take-away food and drinks only.

Kalgoorlie Golf Course

  • Visiting the Kalgoorlie Golf Course - proof of double dose vaccination (16 years or older) is required.
  • All members and visitors (over 16 years old) to the Golf Course must sign-in using the ServiceWA app or present a COVID-19 vaccination certificate with a piece of photo ID.

Goldfields Arts Centre

  • Visiting the Goldfields Arts Centre - proof of double dose vaccination (16 years or older) is required.
  • All patrons and visitors (over 16 years old) must sign-in using the ServiceWA app or present a COVID-19 vaccination certificate with a piece of photo ID.
  • For shows/performances/events, patrons must sign in with the ServiceWA app, or manually sign-in, and provide proof of vaccination at the door.

William Grundt Memorial Library

  • The William Grundt Memorial Library is exempt from the State Government proof of vaccinations mandate at this time.
  • To ensure the safety of all patrons Library staff will frequently clean high touch surfaces and returned books. Management plans will be in place for the school holiday programs and other early childhood programs after Monday 31 January 2022.

Goldfields War Museum

  • Visiting the Goldfields War Museum - proof of double dose vaccination (16 years or older) is required.
  • To visit the museum, patrons (over 16 years old) must sign in using the ServiceWA app or by presenting a COVID-19 vaccination certificate with a piece of photo ID

Boulder Town Hall and the Kalgoorlie Town Hall

  • The Boulder and Kalgoorlie Town Halls are exempt from the State Government proof of vaccinations mandate at this time.

Eastern Goldfields Community Centre

  • Visiting the Centre - proof of double dose vaccination (16 years or older) is required.
  • To visit the centre, patrons (over 16 years old) must sign in using the ServiceWA app or by presenting a COVID-19 vaccination certificate with a piece of photo ID.

C.Y. O’Connor Kalgoorlie-Boulder Men’s Shed

  • Visiting the Men’s Shed - proof of double dose vaccination (16 years or older) is required.
    • To visit the Shed, patrons (over 16 years old) must sign in using the ServiceWA app or by presenting a COVID-19 vaccination certificate with a piece of photo ID.

    Contact Register Toolkit and Templates

    To assist businesses develop their contact registers, further information and templates can be found at the link here.

    The City’s Environmental Health Officers are available to support and assist businesses in meeting the new requirements. City Officers will be checking businesses contact registers as part of their routine inspection program.

    If you have any queries, contact the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder Environmental Health Team on 08 9021 960

    Support for Business

    Federal, State and Local governments are providing support for small businesses affected by the novel coronavirus.

    Quick Links

    City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder

    Small Business Development Corporation

    Mark McGowan MP

    WA Department of Health

    WA State Government

    Healthy WA

    Information for Travellers

    Please check the WA Government COVID-19 coronavirus: Travel and quarantine information here if you are planning to travel to Western Australia.

    Support for the Community

    Community Health and Wellbeing

    It is important that our residents stay physically and mentally healthy. There are a number of resources available for residents who may be experiencing stress or anxiety during these uncertain times.

    For more information on staying healthy and helping to stop the spread of COVID-19 in Kalgoorlie-Boulder, visit the WA Department of Health website.

    Public Health State of Emergency Directives

    The Western Australian government declared a Public Health State of Emergency on 16 March 2020 in relation to the COVID-19 pandemic, and has issued a number of directives.

    For more information on the latest government directives click here.

    Quick Links

    WA State Government COVID-19 Information

    Get the Fact on the Vax

    SafeWA - Information for Businesses

    SafeWA - Information for Patrons

    For coronavirus information in languages other than English, please visit the FREE COVID-19 Multilingual Resource Library.