NSW Health has been notified of a number of additional venues visited by confirmed cases of COVID‑19, as well as sewage detections in St Marys, Lough Park, Maroubra and Auburn.
Anyone who attended the following venue at the time listed is
a close contact and must immediately get tested and isolate for 14 days, regardless of the result, and call 1800 943 553 unless they have already been contacted by NSW Health:
Anyone who attended any of the following venues at the times listed is
a casual contact and must immediately get tested and self-isolate until a negative result is received. Please continue to monitor for symptoms and immediately get re-tested and isolate if they develop:
Anyone who attended any of the following venues at the times listed
must monitor for symptoms and immediately get tested and self-isolate if they develop:
Please check the
NSW Health website regularly, as the list of venues of concern and relevant health advice are being updated as investigations continue.
NSW Health was notified this afternoon that fragments of the virus that causes COVID-19 have been detected sewage at the St Marys sewage treatment plant, and sewage networks at Maroubra, Lough Park and Auburn.
St Marys sewage treatment plant serves about 150,000 people and covers suburbs including Kemps Creek, Ropes Crossing, Werrington County, Werrington, North St Marys, Claremont Meadows, St Clair, Oxley Park, Colyton, Cambridge Gardens, Cambridge Park, Penrith, South Penrith, Werrington Downs, Orchard Hills, Kingswood, Caddens, Erskine Park, Shanes Park, Llandilo, Jordan Springs, St Marys, Horsley Park, Eastern Creek and those in the Ropes Creek sewage network area Minchinbury, Dharruk, Hassall Grove, Blackett, Bidwill, Plumpton, Oakhurst, Hebersham, Emerton, Ropes Crossing, North St Marys, St Clair, Oxley Park, Colyton, Mount Druitt, Rooty Hill, Lethbridge Park, Tregear, Whalan, Erskine Park, Shalvey, Willmot, Shanes Park, Marsden Park, St Marys and Eastern Creek.
Maroubra sewage network serves about 90,500 people, and covers suburbs including Matraville, Kingsford, Daceyville, South Coogee, Clovelly, Bronte, Waverley, Randwick, Kensington, Coogee, Maroubra, Rosebery, Pagewood, Eastlakes, Moore Park, Centennial Park, Queens Park, Bondi Junction and Paddington, Woollahra.
Auburn sewage network serves approximately 113,000 people, in suburbs including Condell Park, Bankstown, Potts Hill, Birrong, Sefton, Bass Hill, Chester Hill, Regents Park, Chullora, Homebush West, Strathfield, Rookwood, Sydney Olympic Park, Newington, Granville, Clyde, Lidcombe, Auburn, South Granville, Guildford, Silverwater, Rosehill, Berala and Yagoona.
Lough Park sewage network serves about 21,500 people in suburbs including Clovelly, Waverley, Randwick, Centennial Park, Queens Park, Bondi, Bondi Junction, Bellevue Hill, Double Bay and Woollahra.
NSW Health is aware of recently confirmed cases of COVID-19 isolating in these catchments. However, we urge everyone in and around these areas to be vigilant for any symptoms that could signal COVID, such as cough, sore throat, runny nose or fever. If they appear, please get tested and self-isolate immediately.
The latest sewage detections are in addition to those announced earlier today in the Ireland Park, West Camden, Cronulla and Bourke catchments.
As announced this morning, following updated health advice to prevent further transmission of COVID-19, stay-at-home orders are being introduced for at least one week for those people whose usual place of residence, work or tertiary study is in Woollahra, Waverley, Randwick and City of Sydney local government areas.
Due to the risk associated with an increasing number of exposure venues where transmission has occurred, from 11.59pm tonight until at least 11.59pm on Friday 2 July, residents of, or people whose usual place of work is in, the four LGAs must stay at home unless it is for an essential reason.
Anyone with even the mildest of cold-like symptoms is urged to immediately come forward for testing and isolate until a negative result is received.
There are more than 300 COVID-19 testing locations across NSW, many of which are open seven days a week. To find your nearest clinic visit
COVID-19 testing clinics or contact your GP.