Plan your visit:
A short overview of how you can keep yourself and others safe while at Brunswick Mechanics.
Brunswick Mechanics It’s been a minute! We’re so excited to finally welcome you back to our venue Brunswick Mechanics. In line with the Victorian Chief Health Officer’s guidance, Next Wave is implementing a variety of public health and physical distancing measures to keep our visitors (you) safe.
Please note these are conditions of entry.
What you can expect when visiting Brunswick Mechanics
** Wear a fitted mask when visiting Brunswick Mechanics, and keep it on in indoor spaces. If you don’t have one, there are disposable masks available. Please ask one of our friendly team members in Studio 2.
Complete the QR Contact Tracing Code if you enter the Brunswick Mechanics building, located at the entry via Sydney Road.Using your mobile phone, you must scan the QR code on entry and follow the prompts, to register your details. If you need help with getting the QR code to work, please give us a shout. This data will be important if there is a case reported on site. All data is confidential and not provided to third-parties.
If you do not have a mobile phone, please leave your name and contact details on the form provided by staff to support contact tracing.
Practice good hygiene: Hand sanitizer available at multiple locations at Brunswick Mechanics. Use it when you arrive at Brunswick Mechanics, or after handling items or touching surfaces.
Keep your distance: Maintain a distance of 1.5m from other visitors on site. Adhere to maximum room capacities as directed at the entry way to different spaces at Brunswick Mechanics.
Observe Room Capacity Signage Please adhere to room capacity signage. You may be asked to wait outside venue until the room capacity will allow entry. Suggested edit: please be patient. You will be granted access to a room only when there is capacity/vacancy?
Stay home if you’re feeling unwell Attending our venue when you’re feeling unwell puts yourself and others at risk, please do not visit if you’re unwell, have experienced cold or flu symptoms in the last 14 days, or have returned from overseas in the last 14 days.
Be patient and kind to staff and other visitors: Please be patient as we navigate our new COVID normal. You are welcome to send feedback about your experience to email@example.com
Our venue is undergoing enhanced cleaning throughout the day. As Government recommendations evolve we will continue to update information about visiting. We encourage you to follow @BrunswickMechanicsInstitute on social media (FB / IG) for regular updates about programming and any changes.
- In the theatre, the front row is most suitable for vision impaired patrons. If you are attending an event in the studio, get in touch with the organiser to confirm where would be best for you to sit.
- In the theatre, the front row is most suitable for hearing impaired patrons. Mechanics recommends confirming with the organiser where the Auslan interpreter (if provided) will be standing near the stage.
- They are located off the foyer, past the bar on the left.
- Seats in the front row of the theatre are closest to the restrooms.
- Please speak with our Venue Supervisor at the bar in the foyer.
- Studio 2 can be set up as a sensory room/chill out space. Speak to the organiser about whether they will be using this space.