If you live anywhere outside of Greater Sydney, which includes the Blue Mountains, Shellharbour, Central Coast and Wollongong, there are new restrictions:
Visitors to households limited to 5 guests – including children
Masks are compulsory in all indoor non-residential settings, including retail, shopping centres, offices, workplaces, and organised outdoor events
You must be seated to drink or eat at an indoor venue
Singing by audiences and choirs at indoor venues or by congregants at indoor places of worship is not allowed
Dancing will not be allowed at indoor hospitality venues or nightclubs however, dancing is allowed at weddings for the bridal party only (up to 20 people)
Dance and gym classes are limited to 20 per class and masks must be worn
The 1 person per 4 square metre rule applies for all indoor and outdoor settings, including weddings and funerals
Outdoor seated, ticketed events are limited to 50% capacity
Make sure you check in and check out every time
We strongly encourage you to check in and check out every time you visit any venue.
Checking in and checking out is the most effective way to help contact tracers contain outbreaks which keeps us all safe.
The Service NSW app now has a new notification preference function that you can set to remind you to check out of businesses you visit.
Travelling to and from NSW
If you live in Greater Sydney which includes the Blue Mountains, Shellharbour, Central Coast and Wollongong, you must stay home, do not travel.
Border rules are changing as the current outbreak develops. If you live in regional NSW and need to cross a state border, we recommend you check the relevant state government website for the latest travel advice before you leave.
People across NSW should only enter Greater Sydney for essential purposes.
If you've been in Victoria in the last 14 days and are returning to NSW you must complete a NSW entry form whether you travel by air, road or rail.