Netball Tasmania hopes to propose new dates for its 2020 season by next week.
The board will meet next Thursday to review any new information and begin plotting out a staged return "over a number of weeks and months".
In the meantime, Netball Tasmania has released a return to play management plan as clubs resume training in larger groups.
Chief executive Aaron Pidgeon took to social media on Friday to explain the guidelines.
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"We can return to training, but not netball training as we traditionally know it," he said.
"First and foremost, training absolutely must be outside and can be completed in groups of up to 10 excluding team officials - that's a little bit different in Tasmania to the rest of the country where the officials are included.
"It can be conducted on a netball court if that court is outside, however, everyone needs to understand and respect that many of the venues statewide are unable to open just yet because they have work to do to be able to meet the conditions required and managed the number of attendees in their venue.
"We absolutely can't be doing any contesting or any contact work, but we definitely can be doing footwork drills, movement patterns, ball work in pairs provided the hygiene requirements are met and provided that physical distancing standards are maintained."
The full management plan can be viewed on Netball Tasmania's website.