There are currently no public transport routes in NSW associated with a confirmed COVID-19 case in the past 14 days.
Travellers from interstate (WA)
Under the public health order, if a concerns notice is issued identifying an affected area or place of high concern, interstate travellers guidelines will apply if you are entering or have entered NSW.
A concerns notice has been issued which affects travellers who have been Western Australia and are entering or have entered NSW.
Read the latest advice for travellers from WA.
Travellers from New Zealand
When you arrive in NSW from New Zealand you must provide your contact details and place of accommodation in NSW by completing a New Zealand arrival declaration form.
A quarantine-free arrangement applies to certain travellers who enter NSW from New Zealand.
For more about the requirements, visit
- Australian Department of Home Affairs: New Zealand safe travel zone
- New Zealand Government: Quarantine-free travel
Learn more about entering NSW from New Zealand.
COVID-19 virus fragments detected in NSW sewage
The NSW Sewage Surveillance Program tests untreated sewage for fragments of the COVID-19 (SARSCoV- 2) virus at sewage treatment plant locations across NSW.
This catchment includes about 42,000 people and takes sewage from the following suburbs: Dulwich Hill, Marrickville, Summer Hill, Lewisham, Ashfield, Haberfield, Petersham, Lilyfield and Leichhardt.
NSW Health is asking everyone in these areas to be especially vigilant in monitoring for symptoms, and if they appear get tested and isolate immediately until a negative result is received.
The Allambie Heights sewage network serves about 83,400 people in the Northern Head catchment, and includes the suburbs of Allambie Heights, Balgowlah, Curl Curl, North Curl Curl, North Manly, Freshwater, Collaroy, Collaroy Plateau, Narrabeen, Wheeler Heights, Oxford Falls, Dee Why, Cromer, Beacon Hill, Narraweena, Brookvale, Frenchs Forest.
Daily statistics on cases and tests
The latest update on active cases, new cases and testing numbers.
Map of NSW COVID-19 positive cases
Use the map search function to explore the recent or total number of confirmed cases, and the recent or total number of tests, by postcode or suburb, for the last 14 days.