How many people may come to my place for Christmas? Can I have a party? Your guide to a Queensland COVID-safe holiday
Coronavirus restrictions will make this holiday season more complicated than most.
Leaders of each state and territory met last week, and all except Western Australia agreed on a goal to have their borders open by Christmas.
It means if case numbers stay down nationwide, there could be a lot of travel taking place.
No-one wants to be caught breaking the rules.
Last week, gatherings at homes and outdoors increased from 40 to 50. The 50-person limit includes members of the household.
Restrictions in indoor venues like restaurants and cafes have relaxed to allow one person per two square metres.
The Government hasn't flagged any further relaxation of the rules before Christmas.
For more information on the coronavirus restrictions in QLD, visit the Queensland Government website.