Visit the Government's website for the full list of new rules and restrictions for all people living in NSW
Find your nearest testing centre in NSW and opening hours
Traveling interstate for work during the break? If the state or territory you plan to visit has testing entry requirements, you can get tested nearer to your home before you leave.
Clinics in border regions may be busier during this time, so it’s best to get tested beforehand.Results typically take 24 to 48 hours.
Whether you're looking forward to seeing friends and family this season or your work requires you to be in regular contact with others, make sure you stay safe by getting your booster shot.
If you’re aged 18 or over and it’s been 5 months since your second dose of a COVID-19 vaccine, you can now get a booster vaccination. This will help strengthen your immune system and help protect you, your loved ones and your peers against COVID-19.
Visit the Government's website for everything you need to know about the booster vaccination
See all Service NSW online services and instore opening hours
Service NSW centres may be closed or have different opening hours over the holiday period. Check the opening hours before you visit a Service NSW location.
While Service Centres are closed there are many online transactions you can do yourself such as: renewing your registration, renewing your driver licence and applying for a Working with Children Check or NSW Seniors Card.