All Council services are now running and facilities have now re-opened, with the exception of the following:
- Watergardens Customer Service Centres remains temporarily closed
- Halls and meeting rooms for hire temporarily unavailable.
Emergency relief packs
If you need to isolate or quarantine due to COVID-19 you may be eligible for a relief package and support from the Victorian Government.
Call the Victorian Government's 24-hour COVID-19 hotline on 1800 675 398 and select Option four (4).
If you are experiencing hardship directly due to the COVID-19 pandemic, you may be eligible for support from the Victorian Government.
Covid Connector Program
Brimbank Council’s Covid Connector Program helps community members navigate the information they need around testing, vaccination and what to do if you have COVID-19.
The program is available 8am-6pm Monday to Friday and is staffed by Council team members who can work with residents, agencies and health services to help find the information and supports someone needs
Visit our COVID-19 Support Services page for details on family violence, financial, health, mental health, homelessness, legal, material aid and other emergency relief resources.
For more information 'Ask Izzy'
Ask Izzy is an online search service that can link you to various services and information about housing, food, health, counselling services and more.
For the latest COVIDSafe setting information visit coronavirus.vic.gov.au
For information on what to do if you test positive to COVID-19 or if you've been told you are a contact see the Victorian Department of Health Checklists. There is also advice for workplaces and educational settings.
Where to get tested in Brimbank
Please visit COVID-19 Testing Sites for the latest information on opening hours and expected wait times.
Testing locations in Brimbank:
Derrimut (Walk Through): Derrimut Respiratory Clinic (Derrimut Medicals), Shop 14, 20 Mt Derrimut Road, Derrimut (symptomatic respiratory assessments/testing only)
Keilor Park (Drive Through): Keilor Basketball Netball Stadium, Stadium Drive, Keilor Park
St Albans (Drive Through): Victoria University St Albans Campus, McKechnie Street, St Albans
Children under 5 years old not suitable for testing at this site.
- St Albans (Walk Through): Melbourne Pathology, 22 Victoria Crescent, St Albans (asymptomatic only)
- St Albans (Walk Through): Australian Clinical Labs (ACL), 309 Main Rd East, St Albans
The COVID-19 test is free for everyone
The testing clinic does not need to know your visa status.
Rapid antigen tests
Most people should get a rapid antigen test as their first option, particularly if you have symptoms or you are a contact of someone who has COVID-19.
If you have an Commonwealth concession card, you may be able to access up to 10 free rapid antigen tests.
Please read the Department of Health advice for Victorians on when and how to use rapid antigen tests.
The Call-to-Test service is available to vulnerable Victorians to get tested for COVID-19 at home with a qualified health clinician. More information at Call-to-Test.
Victorian Government Translated Resources
If you have loved ones, friends or neighbours that need information in a language other than English about coronavirus,getting tested, stopping the spread, and the Government’s restrictions around numbers of people gathering together, translated resources can be found at
Record keeping and QR codes
- Record keeping for contact tracing
- Victorian Government QR Code Service
- Register to use the Victorian Government QR Code Service
- FAQs on QR Code Service
- Six principles of COVIDSafe workplaces
- Signs, Posters and templates for your workplace
- Guidance and frequently asked questions for different sectors
- COVIDSafe Plans
Wellbeing and mental health support
Businesses across the state can also access information on dealing with COVID-19 by calling the Business Victoria hotline on 13 22 15.
If you are looking for specific up-to-date information or advice about Coronavirus (COVID-19) visit the
Victorian Government Coronavirus Website.
Targeted Care & Support
Council’s Coronavirus Response & Recovery Strategy
We have seen substantial health, economic and social impacts on our municipality, as well as innovation, adaptation and collaboration. Strict and changing restrictions aimed at alleviating the spread of COVID-19 have disrupted Brimbank businesses and communities but also highlighted the resilience and strength within our diverse municipality. In developing this Strategy, Council accessed information from many sources. A continuous process of consultation adopted multiple methods of engagement with residents, partner organisations, the state government and the business sector, seeking advice to assist Council in understanding community and business recovery needs.
The Stage 2 Brimbank Response and Recovery Strategy outlines how Council can assist our local businesses, residents and visitors to overcome obstacles and build on strengths as we continue to recover, rebuild and adjust to a “COVID normal’ through five revised pillars.
This is a whole-of-council Strategy that is designed to ensure that Council resources, programs, and initiatives continue to assist in responding to the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. It works to mobilise the pride, diversity and support that exist in Brimbank to strengthen community recovery.
19 Point Action Plan for COVID-19 Recovery and Response
Brimbank's 19 Point Action Plan for COVID-19 Recovery and Response provides the Federal Government, State Government and non-government entities with a starting point and a pathway to partner with Council to help our community respond to the health, wellbeing and economic consequences of a prolonged and evolving pandemic.
Community Impact Analysis
Brimbank's Community Impact Analysis has been undertaken to better understand the economic effects and impacts of COVID-19 on Brimbank businesses and the community. It looks to the future on how we can listen and work in partnership to strengthen and rebuild services, guided by emerging needs.