Victoria's mask-wearing requirements will be significantly changed from Monday morning.
Premier Daniel Andrews confirmed on Sunday masks would no longer be needed to worn outdoors on the key proviso people keep a safe distance from eachother.
But they will still need to be worn in indoor settings with Mr Andrews citing the need to wear them in a place like Bunnings.
Masks need to be carried at all times in the event they are required to be worn at short notice.
Also, announced on Sunday was private sector businesses being able to allow 25 per cent of their workforce to return to the office.
Also from Monday, Victorians can host 15 visitors at their home per day, outdoor gatherings in public spaces will increase to 50 and indoor gyms can go from 20 to 150.
Weddings and funerals can soon have 150 attendees, but the figure depends on the size of the venue.
The same rules apply for for restaurants, cafes, bars and cinemas with up to 150 allowed indoors, and 200 outdoors.
But only 50 people are permitted inside smaller venues.
Families can also host up to 30 people in their home on Christmas Day.