Maps of suburbs inside Fairfield, Canterbury, Bankstown or Liverpool - the Sydney areas locked down for TWO weeks
UPDATE: The NSW Government has clarified which ‘authorised workers’ can leave the Fairfield, Canterbury-Bankstown and Liverpool areas.
Stay-at-home orders in NSW are being tightened in three key areas of Sydney, retail is being restricted and construction paused as the state records a COVID-19 death and 111 new locally-acquired cases.
See NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian’s latest COVID update in the video above
From midnight on Saturday, residents in Fairfield, Canterbury-Bankstown or Liverpool local government areas are not allowed to leave their council area until July 30.
The only exception for residents from those areas is for those in health and emergency services.Fairfield suburbs map
The list of suburbs in Fairfield city include:
- Bonnyrigg Heights
- Bossley Park
- Cabramatta West
- Canley Heights
- Canley Vale
- Cecil Park
- Edensor Park
- Fairfield East
- Fairfield Heights
- Fairfield West
- Greenfield Park
- Horsley Park
- Mt Pritchard
- Old Guildford
- St Johns Park
- Wetherill Park
The list of suburbs in Canterbury-Bankstown include:
- Mount Lewis
Bass Hill Ward
- Bass Hill
- Chester Hill
- Condell Park
- Georges Hall
- Potts Hill
- Clemton Park
- Croydon Park
- Hurlstone Park
- East Hills
- Padstow Heights
- Picnic Point
- Revesby Heights
- Beverly Hills
- Wiley Park
- Anzac Village
- Badgerys Creek (crosses Penrith Council)
- Bringelly (crosses Camden Council)
- Carnes Hill
- Casula Mall Shopping Centre
- Cecil Hills
- Cecil Park (crosses Fairfield and Penrith Councils)
- Chatham Village
- Chipping Norton
- Cross Roads
- Denham Court (crosses Campbelltown Council)
- Edmondson Park
- Green Valley
- Greenway Park
- Hammondville East
- Hargrave Park
- Horningsea Park
- Hoxton Park
- Ingleburn (crosses Campbelltown Council)
- Ingleburn Military Camp (crosses Campbelltown Council)
- Ingleburn Village
- Kemps Creek (crosses Penrith Council)
- Leppington (crosses Camden and Campbelltown Councils)
- Liverpool Military Camp
- Liverpool North
- Liverpool South
- Liverpool West
- Liverpool Westfield
- Luddenham (crosses Penrith Council)
- Middleton Grange
- Moorebank Village
- Mount Pritchard (crosses Fairfield Council)
- Pleasure Point
- Rossmore (crosses Camden Council)
- The Cross Roads
- Voyager Point
- Wallacia (crosses Wollondilly and Penrith Councils)
- Warwick Farm
- Wattle Grove
- West Hoxton
Only critical retail such as supermarkets and pharmacies will be allowed to remain open from Sunday. Other retailers will have to do click and collect or takeaway, Premier Gladys Berejiklian said.
Another rule in place from Sunday until July 30 is that construction, large or small, will shut.
All office workers and others working from home should not be pressured to come into work and employers can incur a $10,000 fine if they pressure employees to come in.
“I can’t remember a time when our state has been challenged to such an extent,” Ms Berejiklian said
“Not a single one of these decisions was taken lightly.”
She said at least 29 of the fresh cases were infectious in the community and it’s this number that is “stubborn”.
“We’re not managing to get that curve to come down,” she said.
NSW recorded 97 new local virus cases in the 24 hours to 8pm on Thursday, with at least 46 out in the community for part or all of their infectious period.
Health chief Dr Kerry Chant also confirmed a Sydney man in his 80s as the state’s latest victim to succumb to the virus.
The outbreak has passed 1000 cases since it began on June 16.