During COVID-19 precautions, White Hat will continuosly monitor as many events and attractions as we can in an attempt to provide information about those we have confirmed to be operating normally and those we have confirmed to be temporarily closed.
With many thousands of listings on our website and information changing rapidly our listings can only be treated as advisory.
In particular, those events or venues marked with:
To the best of White Hat’s knowledge, this event or location is operating as usual despite COVID-19 precautions. However, due to rapidly changing conditions, always double check
with the organiser or institution before making a special trip.
To the best of White Hat’s knowledge, this event or location is
currently cancelled, postponed or suspended due to COVID-19 precautions. If in
with the organiser or institution involved. White Hat will constantly monitor
events and venues in an attempt to update listings when conditions change.
.. have been recently checked. Treat all other listings as things that would normally be on that day and requiring checking before making a special trip.
This day is designated by the United Nations as the World Day for Safety
and Health at Work.
On this day in 1996 the Port Arthur Massacre occurred where a lone gunman killed 35 people at the
historic site in Tasmania. Led by the then Prime Minister,
government introduced strong gun laws as well as buying back and destroying
assault weapons Australia has not experienced a massacre of
this nature sinc this introduction of strengthened gun laws.