NSW Health has been notified of a number of new and updated venues of concern associated with confirmed cases of COVID-19.
Anyone who attended any of the following venues at the times 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:
Friday 25 June
10.45am to 12.00pm
121-133 Prairie Vale Road
2.30pm to 8.00pm
Saturday 26 June
10.30am to 6.00pm
Anyone who attended 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 isolate and get tested if they develop:
10.45am to 12pm
Friday 25 June 2021
2.00pm to 8.00pm
Friday 25 June
11.00am to 11.30am
Anyone who attended the following venues at the times listed
must monitor for symptoms, and if they appear, immediately get tested and self-isolate until a negative result is received:
except between 10.45am and 12pm
10.30am to 11.00am
3.00pm to 3.30pm
Please check the
NSW Government website regularly, as the list of venues of concern and relevant health advice are being updated as investigations continue.
NSW Health's ongoing sewage surveillance program has detected fragments of the virus that causes COVID-19 in the sewerage systems at Hornsby Heights, Dulwich Hill, Canterbury, Homebush, Cronulla and West Camden.
NSW Health is aware of recently diagnosed cases of COVID in all of these areas except Hornsby Heights.
Hornsby Heights sewage treatment plant serves about 25,600 people in suburbs including Hornsby, Asquith, Mount Kuring-Gai, Mount Colah, Hornsby Heights, Berowra Heights, Cowan and Berowra.
Dulwich Hill sewage network serves about 143,800 people in suburbs including Hurlstone Park, Dulwich Hill, Earlwood, Canterbury, Campsie, Marrickville, Strathfield, Strathfield South, Concord West, Sydney Olympic Park, Homebush, Enfield, Croydon Park, Burwood Heights, Summer Hill, Canada Bay, Croydon, Burwood, Ashbury, Ashfield, Haberfield, Five Dock, Liberty Grove, Mortlake, Breakfast Point, Rhodes, Cabarita, North Strathfield and Concord.
Canterbury sewage network serves about 104,900 people in suburbs including Earlwood, Canterbury, Campsie, Belfield, Mount Lewis, Punchbowl, Wiley Park, Lakemba, Roselands, Belmore, Bankstown, Potts Hill, Regents Park, Chullora, Strathfield, Rookwood, Strathfield South, Lidcombe, Croydon Park, Ashbury, Greenacre and Yagoona.
Homebush sewage pumping station serves about 40,500 people in suburbs including Homebush West, Strathfield, Rookwood, Concord West, Sydney Olympic Park, Wentworth Point, Newington, Lidcombe, Homebush, Silverwater, Petersham, Liberty Grove, Rhodes, North Strathfield and Concord.
Cronulla sewage treatment plant serves about 233,000 people in Bundeena, Caringbah South, Burraneer, Dolans Bay, Lilli Pilli, Maianbar, Port Hacking, Greenhills Beach, Woolooware, Cronulla, Caringbah, Kurnell, Botany Bay, Miranda, Royal National Park, Clifton, Coalcliff, Stanwell Park, Otford, Waterfall, Lilyvale, Helensburgh, Woronora Dam, Stanwell Tops, Caringbah South, Yarrawarrah, Grays Point, Kirrawee, Woronora Heights, Barden Ridge, Gymea Bay, Sutherland, Loftus, Bangor, Yowie Bay, Woronora, Engadine, Heathcote, Maddens Plains, Taren Point, Sylvania Waters, Caringbah, Kangaroo Point, Como, Bonnet Bay, Kirrawee, Jannali, Oyster Bay, Kareela, Woronora Heights, Barden Ridge, Gymea, Sutherland, Loftus, Bangor, Woronora, Engadine, Alfords Point, Lucas Heights, Menai, Illawong, Miranda, Sylvania and Holsworthy.
West Camden sewage treatment plant serves about 71,000 people in suburbs including Spring Farm, Camden South, Narellan, Kirkham, Elderslie, Camden, Grasmere, Ellis Lane, Gregory Hills, Smeaton Grange, Currans Hill, Cobbitty, Varroville, Gledswood Hills, Catherine Field, Oran Park, Harrington Park, Mount Annan, Narellan Vale, Belimbla Park, Cawdor, The Oaks, Oakdale, Camden Park and Wilton.
Anyone who lives or works in any of these areas is asked to be particularly vigilant for the onset of even the mildest of cold-like symptoms, and if they appear, to immediately get tested and isolate until a negative result is received.
There are more than 350 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.
Stay-at-home orders are now in effect across all Greater Sydney, including the Blue Mountains, Central Coast, Wollongong and Shellharbour.
Until 11.59pm on Friday 9 July, everyone in Greater Sydney must stay at home, unless it is for an essential reason such as:
People who have been in the Greater Sydney region (including the Blue Mountains, Central Coast, Wollongong and Shellharbour) on or after Monday 21 June must follow the stay-at-home orders for a period of 14 days after leaving Greater Sydney.