Victoria has eased its coronavirus restrictions overnight, despite recording two new cases of COVID-19.
Up to 30 visitors can now gather at homes, while outdoor gatherings of up to 100 people are also allowed.
Masks must be carried at all times but only need to be worn on public transport, in taxis and ride-share vehicles, in aged care facilities and at indoor shopping centres and other crowded places.
But on Friday the state recorded two new locally-acquired cases linked to the hotel quarantine outbreak that sparked the recent statewide lockdown.
The outbreak, which now totals 24 cases, can be traced back to a family of three in hotel quarantine, who contracted the highly infectious UK virus strain overseas.
Most of the 3500 close contacts connected those 24 cases are finishing their quarantine period as of Saturday.
Meanwhile, health officials decided on Friday to allow Melbourne's traditional Anzac Day parade to go ahead.
Australian Associated Press