Restaurants reopen
Victorian Government Restrictions Ease
Update with regards to easing of restrictions.
Published 29 May

Update as of 1 July with regards to easing of restrictions.



From Thursday 2 July you can see a movie at Hoyts, which can admit up to 20 patrons per movie session.

Hoyts Eastland be operating in line with the current government restrictions to allow for appropriate physical distancing and will be working hard to ensure the safety of all patrons.

Click here to find out more about how Hoyts cinemas will be operating during this time.

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As part of the Victorian Government’s recovery roadmap, from Monday 22 June, customers will be able to visit gyms, fitness and pilates studios again, with a maximum of 10 people allowed per class and 20 people per separate enclosed space in an indoor venue, or physical distancing of one person per 4 square metres – whichever is smaller.

See below for a list of
gyms and fitness studios that will be open as of 22 June.

Please note bookings may be required. Before you visit, we recommend visiting the facility's website or contacting them directly for more information and booking details.

Anytime Fitness

Goodlife Health Clubs

Reformation Pilates




Strike x Holey Moley will reopen from Monday 22 June. Bookings will be essential and can be made here:


Holey Moley

Timezone will remain closed at this time.



We’re thrilled to see our restaurants and cafés offering dine-in options again, provided social distancing requirements are also met.

From Monday 1 June, up to 20 patrons are allowed per enclosed space at restaurants and cafés. Limits will continue to be placed on entry to comply with the density requirements allowed within a single space. This means one customer per four square metres. Venues are required to record each customer’s contact details to assist in rapid contact tracing if needed.

Stores will display the maximum number of patrons at their entry or shop window for your convenience. 

See below for a list of those retailers who now offer dine-in services as of 1 June.

Some stores require you to book a table before you visit. We recommend contacting the store or visiting their website for more information.

400 Gradi (open Wednesday – Sunday for dinner)

Ang Ang

Black Tonic

Block 7 Dumplings

Brioche by Phillip

Caffe Stazione

Degani Cafe

Espresso Warriors

Ferguson Plarre

Gami Chicken and Beer


Goldeluck's Doughnuts

Guzman Y Gomez

Hunky Dory


Jamaica Blue Level 1

Jamaica Blue Level 2

Lavezzi Gelateria

Michel's Patisserie

Muffin Break Level 1


Paco's Tacos

Salotti Del Caffe

Shingle Inn

Sushi Sushi Level 1

TGI Fridays

Thai Alley

The Coffee Club

The Groove Train

The Pancake Parlour

White Mojo (open Wednesday – Sunday)

Yassas The Greek Way


It is important to note that not all restaurants and cafés will be able to offer a dine-in option straight away. Food outlets with common seating areas such as those located within our Food Court, remain takeaway or delivery only. 

Click to view full listing of restaurants and cafes




Beauty services will start to reopen from 1 June. Again, please remember the maximum number of patrons at any given time is limited and all social distancing requirements must be maintained. Stores will display the maximum number of patrons at their entry or shop window for your convenience.

See below for a list of those retailers who now offer beauty and massage services.
Some stores require you to book ahead before you visit. We recommend contacting the store or visiting their website for more information.

Australian Skin Clinics

Brows Threading

Diamond Nails

Embellir Nails

Endless Touch Massage

Endota Spa

Essential Beauty

Hollywood Nails

Love Beauty

MySkin Clinics

Odyssey Nails


Results Laser Clinic

Sens Massage

Shore Therapy

Skin and Brow Junction


SNS Nails and Spa

The Beauty and Brow Parlour (Central Mall)

The Beauty and Brow Parlour (Fresh Food Precinct)

Therapy Zone

Zhongs Massage




The health and wellbeing of our entire community remains our number one priority and something we are taking very seriously.  While we are regularly reviewing the evolving circumstances, at this stage, all centre play areas will remain closed until further notice. 

We thank you for your patience and understanding. 




While we understand that the re-introduction of in-Centre experiences that have been greatly missed by our community is something to be excited about, we ask you to continue to play your part to keep our community safe. This means: 

  • Social distancing – always keep at least 1.5 metres between yourself and others. 
  • Exemplary personal hygiene – wash your hands regularly and use the sanitiser stations located throughout the Centre for your convenience. 
  • Handling illness safely – cough or sneeze into your elbow or a tissue and, most importantly, stay at home if you’re feeling unwell. 


For more information regarding social distancing requirements when visiting Eastland please visit the DHHS website or click here for the latest updates from Eastland.

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