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COVID-19 Update

CENTRE UPDATE: 30/07/2021

On Wednesday the NSW Premier announced the current stay at home orders will remain in place for another four weeks, until Saturday, 28 August at 12.01am, across Greater Sydney including the Central Coast, Blue Mountains, Wollongong and Shellharbour.

In addition, from midnight, Wednesday 28th July 2021:

  • Greater Sydney residents including the Central Coast, Blue Mountains, Wollongong and Shellharbour must limit their shopping to within their Local Government Area (LGA) or, if outside their LGA, within 10km from home, unless the item is not available locally.

The following stores that provide essential goods and services will remain open and service our community:

  • Supermarkets, grocery stores, bakery, butcher, fruit and veg, fishmonger; and indoor or outdoor markets but only for groceries or fresh food
  • bottle shops
  • financial institutions
  • post offices
  • newsagencies
  • pharmacies
  • petrol stations (including one that sells groceries)
  • vehicle and mechanical repair service
  • pet store or vet clinics
  • urgent services for the health and safety of a person, animal or premises
  • childcare
  • laundry and dry cleaners

 

The following stores will continue to provide takeaway / grab and go only:

  • cafes and restaurants
  • food court eateries

 

All other stores remain classified as providing non-essential goods and services and must remain closed. However, they can provide contactless click and collect if they choose to do so. Please call individual stores directly and they will advise if they are offering this service during lockdown.

 

Please also remember that mask wearing in Centre at all times remains in place.

 

We understand that yesterday’s announcement is difficult for our community and we are here to support you.

 

Staying safe is a community effort and we thank you for your ongoing understanding.

CENTRE UPDATE: 17/07/2021

This morning the NSW Premier announced further restrictions to stop the spread of COVID-19. These restrictions will come into effect at midnight tonight and stay in place until 11.59pm on Friday 30th July.  

In line with these new government restrictions, we are required to make the following operational adjustments for our Centre;

The following stores that provide essential goods and services will remain open and service our community:

  • Supermarkets, grocery stores, bakery, butcher, fruit and veg, fishmonger; and indoor or outdoor markets but only for groceries or fresh food
  • bottleshop
  • financial institution
  • post office
  • newsagent
  • pharmacy
  • petrol station (including one that sells groceries)
  • vehicle and mechanical repair service
  • pet store or vet clinic
  • urgent services for the health and safety of a person, animal or premises
  • childcare
  • laundry and dry cleaners

 The following stores will provide takeaway / grab and go only:

  • cafes and restaurants
  • food court eateries

All other stores have been classified as providing non-essential goods and services and must close. However, they can provide contactless click and collect if they choose to do so. Please call individual stores directly and they will advise if they are offering this service during lockdown. 

For you, when you visit us for your essential goods and services;

  • Check-in on entry
  • It is mandatory that you wear a face mask whilst in-centre
  • Please ensure you keep 1.5 metres between yourself and others
  • Pay attention to any store entry limit numbers
  • Ultilise the sanitiser that is available throughout the Centre

 If you are unwell, it’s important to please stay home and ensure you get tested if you have symptoms. 

In addition to the above, The NSW Premier has implemented further restrictions which may impact you or your family. Please see all restrictions at https://www.nsw.gov.au/media-releases/restrictions-to-further-limit-spread-of-covid-19-delta-strain 

We understand that today’s announcement is difficult for our community and we are here to support you.  

Staying safe is a community effort and we thank you for your ongoing understanding.

Regards,

Centre Management