Thousands of Aussies flood Sydney airport in a desperate bid to escape for Christmas holidays

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Sydney airport has been overrun with residents hoping to flee the state for the Christmas holidays after a coronavirus outbreak rocked the city.

Thousands of Sydneysiders flooded the terminals in a desperate bid to leave the Harbour City before harsh new border restrictions come into play in the washout of the COVID outbreak.

Check-in terminals were packed with tourists, with most wearing face masks, as the growing outbreak threatens to ruin holiday plans for families across the country.

New South Wales recorded 30 new cases of coronavirus on Sunday, with 28 linked to a cluster on the Northern Beaches, prompting Victoria and Queensland to shut their borders to Sydneysiders. 

Western Australia has banned all NSW residents from visiting from midnight on Sunday, while South Australia, ACT, the NT and Tasmania have similar rules requiring Sydneysiders to quarantine for 14 days.

Holidaymakers have rushed to Sydney Airport to flee the harbour city as the Northern Beaches coronavirus cluster continues to grow

Holidaymakers have rushed to Sydney Airport to flee the harbour city as the Northern Beaches coronavirus cluster continues to grow

Most travellers wore face masks in the terminal, with the growing outbreak threatening Christmas plans for families across the nation

Most travellers wore face masks in the terminal, with the growing outbreak threatening Christmas plans for families across the nation

Thousands of travellers packed into terminal queues at Sydney airport on Sunday, with many desperate to travel interstate before border restrictions come into play

Thousands of travellers packed into terminal queues at Sydney airport on Sunday, with many desperate to travel interstate before border restrictions come into play

New South Wales recorded 30 new cases of coronavirus but not a single one outside the Northern Beaches. Pictured: travellers in Sydney Airport on Sunday

New South Wales recorded 30 new cases of coronavirus but not a single one outside the Northern Beaches. Pictured: travellers in Sydney Airport on Sunday

Two cases under investigation are Northern Beaches residents who are believed to be linked to the mystery cluster that now has 68 patients, meaning there is no evidence the virus has spread outside the area.

As the cluster grows, Victoria has banned all residents from Greater Sydney and the Central Coast from entering the state from 11.59pm on Sunday. 

Victorians are allowed to return home without mandatory hotel quarantine until 11.59pm on Monday, but will be required to self-isolate. 

Premier Daniel Andrews said he wanted to keep Victoria coronavirus-free after 51 days with no community transmission.

‘We have built something precious and we intend to safeguard it,’ he said. 

Queensland’s premier Annastacia Palaszczuk announced similar restrictions on Sunday afternoon, banning those from Greater Sydney from her state from 1am on Monday – when the city becomes an official hot spot.

For Queenslanders returning home from Greater Sydney, they have until 1am on Tuesday to cross the border and will have to take a test and self-isolate if they arrive on Monday. 

South Australia is requiring anyone arriving from Greater Sydney after 11.59pm on Sunday to self-quarantine for 14 days.  

Anyone who has entered on Friday, Saturday or Sunday will be asked to get tested but does not have to self-isolate for two weeks. Both states have already banned Northern Beaches residents. 

All people entering the ACT from Greater Sydney will be required to quarantine from midnight on Sunday.

‘If you are an ACT resident returning, you will be required to undertake 14 days’ quarantine if you return after 11:59pm tonight,’ Health Minister Rachel Stephen-Smith said.

‘If you are not an ACT resident, please do not come to the ACT. This will be managed by a declaration process rather than a permit process.’

TRAVEL RESTRICTIONS FOR NSW RESIDENTS 

  • Western Australia – All NSW residents are banned from entering WA from 12am on Sunday, December 20. Anyone who enters the state from this date will be ‘sent back’, according to Premier Mark McGowan. 
  • Victoria – Everyone from NSW must apply for a permit to enter. Victoria has banned all residents from Greater Sydney and the Central Coast from entering the state from 11.59pm on Sunday. Victorians returning home will be given an extra 24hours to get back and will be let in until 11.59pm on Monday. They will be asked to get a test and self-isolate at home.
  • Northern Territory – Anyone who enters NT from Sydney’s Northern Beaches Council area will need to undergo 14 days of supervised quarantine. 
  • South Australia – South Australia is requiring anyone arriving from Greater Sydney from 11.59pm on Sunday to self-quarantine for 14 days. Anyone who has entered on Friday, Saturday or Sunday will be asked to get tested but does not have to self-isolate for two weeks.
  • Queensland – Queensland will shut its borders to Greater Sydney residents from 1am on Monday. Locals returning to the Sunshine State will be allowed to enter until 1am on Tuesday but must isolate at home.
  • ACT – All people entering the ACT from Greater Sydney will be required to quarantine from midnight on Sunday.
  • Tasmania – Northern Beaches residents banned. All people from Greater Sydney must also quarantine upon entry. 
  • Click here to see NSW places on alert.

There were more than 28,000 coronavirus tests on Saturday and queues were up to six hours long on Sunday. Pictured: A testing queue in Darlinghurst on Sunday

There were more than 28,000 coronavirus tests on Saturday and queues were up to six hours long on Sunday. Pictured: A testing queue in Darlinghurst on Sunday

Thousands of people around the city queued for Covid-19 tests on Sunday morning

Pictured: Queues at the Bondi Beach drive-through testing centre

Thousands of people around the city queued for Covid-19 tests on Sunday morning. Pictured: Queues at the Bondi Beach drive-through testing centre which snaked around the block

NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian has tightened restrictions for Greater Sydney amid fears the virus is spreading around the city undetected.

From 11.59pm on Sunday until 11.59pm on Wednesday all Greater Sydney residents will be allowed a maximum of 10 people in their homes. 

There are also new restrictions for venues including a 300 person cap, a one person per four square metre rule and a ban on singing and dancing. Health Minister Brad Hazzard said singing and dancing were ‘one of the most dangerous exercises you can do’. 

Premier Berejiklian urged residents to wear masks on public transport and in spaces where social distancing is not possible such as shops and supermarkets.

She said she was pleased that the outbreak has not spread beyond the Northern Beaches where 270,000 residents are locked down until Thursday.

A health official takes samples for Covid-19 tests from residents of the Northern Beaches in Sydney on Sunday morning

A health official takes samples for Covid-19 tests from residents of the Northern Beaches in Sydney on Sunday morning

Residents of the Northern Beaches queue up for Covid-19 tests at a roadside testing centre. The cluster has grown to 68 cases

Residents of the Northern Beaches queue up for Covid-19 tests at a roadside testing centre. The cluster has grown to 68 cases

‘While the numbers are higher today than yesterday, the one positive is we still have not seen evidence of massive seeding outside the Northern Beaches community,’ she said. 

NSW Health is still trying to work out how the virus got into the Northern Beaches.

Officials are asking anyone who visited Avalon Anytime Fitness between November 23 and December 7 to get swabbed as part of an ‘upstream’ testing effort to find the source.

‘We are trying to find the earliest possible case and then link that back to anyone that may have come in contact with this individual,’ said Chief Health Officer Dr Kerry Chant. 

The government wants anyone who visited the Avalon RSL on December 14 between 5-10pm, on December 15 between 12-5pm and on December 16 between 4pm and midnight to get tested.

Sydney's extraordinary contact tracing system - which has been described as 'diamond standard' - has linked almost all of the cases to two events at the Avalon RSL and the Avalon Bowlo, with the others under investigation

Sydney’s extraordinary contact tracing system – which has been described as ‘diamond standard’ – has linked almost all of the cases to two events at the Avalon RSL and the Avalon Bowlo, with the others under investigation

NSW Health's list of potentially infected locations has soared to 70. This map highlights Homebush, St Peters, Erskineville and Surry Hills among the newly identified places. Click here to see NSW places on alert

NSW Health’s list of potentially infected locations has soared to 70. This map highlights Homebush, St Peters, Erskineville and Surry Hills among the newly identified places. Click here to see NSW places on alert

What are Sydney’s new rules from 11.59pm? 

· Household gatherings will be limited to 10 visitors (until 11:59pm Wednesday 23 December).

· The one person per four square metre rule will be re-introduced for all indoor settings including hospitality venues and places of worship.

· A cap of 300 people will apply for hospitality venues and places of worship.

· Singing and chanting at indoor venues will not be allowed.

· Dancefloors will not be permitted, except for weddings, when a maximum of 20 from the bridal party will be permitted. 

Dr Chant also urged everyone across the state to get tested as soon as they notice the mildest symptoms. 

There were more than 28,000 tests on Saturday and queues were up to six hours long as residents responded to the call.   

The mystery outbreak was identified on Wednesday afternoon when a couple in their 60s and 70s tested positive having visited venues across the Northern Beaches instead of self-isolating while awaiting results.

The strain of the virus is believed to be from the US but disease detectives have not worked out how it got out into the community.

From Tuesday airline crews will be forced to quarantine at two hotels whenever they land in Sydney. 

On Saturday night, a NSW Health alert revealed positive Covid-19 cases travelled beyond the Northern Beaches and into the inner-city, inner west and western suburbs.  

The newly listed venues include Surry Hills, Forster, Narrabeen, Turramurra, Erskineville, St Peters, Mona Vale, Palm Beach, Raymond Terrace, Brookvale and Homebush. 

On Saturday Ms Berejiklian asked Harbour City residents to stay at home and avoid non-essential activity.

Sydneysiders appeared to follow the premier’s request by bunkering down, with the CBD turning into a ghost town on Saturday night. 

As of Saturday night, a total of 70 venues across NSW had been put on an alert list.

In the inner-city suburb of Surry Hills, three venues have been visited by residents infected with COVID-19. 

Anyone who visited Strawberry Hills Hotel from 3.30pm to 6pm on December 16 is considered a close contact and should be tested immediately and self-isolate until December 30. 

Long lines of traffic wait to be tested for COVID-19 at the St. Vincent's Hospital drive-through testing clinic in Bondi Beach

Long lines of traffic wait to be tested for COVID-19 at the St. Vincent’s Hospital drive-through testing clinic in Bondi Beach

Authorities have urged everyone across the state to get tested as soon as they notice the mildest symptoms. Pictured: Testing at Bondi Beach on Sunday

Authorities have urged everyone across the state to get tested as soon as they notice the mildest symptoms. Pictured: Testing at Bondi Beach on Sunday

Anyone who attended Nomad Restaurant from 6pm to 7.45pm on December 16 is also a close contact and should follow the same directions as those who attended the popular watering hole. 

People who attended the café Cuckoo Callay in Surry Hills from 11am to 12pm are  considered casual contacts and advised to get tested and self-isolate. 

Other close contact locations include the Avalon RSL, Avalon Bowlo, The Sands in Narrabeen, Salon for Hair in Turramurra and Rose of Australia in Erskineville. 

Those who attended the beginners class at Sydney Trapeze School in St Peters, the inner west, from 10am to 12pm are also considered close contacts and should be tested and isolate. 

On the NSW Central Coast, anyone who dined in the outdoor verandah area of Café Toscano in Forster from 6pm to 7.45pm on December 16 is also considered a close contact. 

Meanwhile, Beach Bums Café in Forster has been identified as a ‘casual contact’ location from 8am to 9am on December 16 and 17 – with advice to get tested and isolate.   

Those on the Central Coast and in greater Sydney can still enter Victoria but need to apply for a permit. 

Premier Gladys Berejiklian (left with Chief Health Officer Dr Kerry Chant) said she was pleased that the outbreak - which now totals 68 - has not spread beyond the Northern Beaches

Premier Gladys Berejiklian (left with Chief Health Officer Dr Kerry Chant) said she was pleased that the outbreak – which now totals 68 – has not spread beyond the Northern Beaches

People line up to be tested at a pop-up COVID-19 testing facility at Avalon, on Sydney's northern beaches

People line up to be tested at a pop-up COVID-19 testing facility at Avalon, on Sydney’s northern beaches

Northern Beaches locals are seen waiting in long lines for Covid-19 tests at the Brookvale Centre on Saturday

Northern Beaches locals are seen waiting in long lines for Covid-19 tests at the Brookvale Centre on Saturday

Shoppers wear face masks as they buy groceries at Woolworths in Avalon on Saturday

Shoppers wear face masks as they buy groceries at Woolworths in Avalon on Saturday

The rest of NSW is considered a ‘green zone’ and can visit Victoria but also need to apply for a permit online to gain access. 

One coronavirus case travelled extensively on the T1 North Shore Line from Artarmon to Wynyard on Monday morning and back that night before making the same trip on Tuesday.    

The T3 Bankstown Line from St James to Erskineville on Tuesday night and from Erskineville to Central on Wednesday morning are also affected. 

New casual contact locations include Miter 10 Mona Vale, McDonald’s Raymond Terrace, Warringah Mall, High Tek Aquarium in Brookvale and Harris Farm Warehouse in Homebush. 

On the Northern Beaches, NSW Health are advising anyone who dined at Oceana Traders – Seafood Merchants at Avalon Beach from Monday December 14 to Thursday December 17 to get tested immediately.

The diners are close contacts and must self-isolate for 14 days.  

Western Australia Premier Mark McGowan reintroduced the hard border with NSW at 12am on Sunday, meaning all arrivals will be ‘turned away’ from then. 

A man receives a COVID-19 test at a drive through testing station at Bondi Beach in Sydney on Saturday

A man receives a COVID-19 test at a drive through testing station at Bondi Beach in Sydney on Saturday

He slammed the NSW Government’s response to the pandemic on Saturday night, accusing them of playing ‘whack-a-mole’ with COVID-19 cases. 

‘I just say to New South Wales, they need to get it under control,’ he said. 

‘I don’t blame them for what’s happened, I’m not going to point the finger, I’m just saying to them they need to get it under control.’ 

Mr McGowan said the growing cluster is ‘causing grief all over Australia’ and the state government ‘needs to kill the virus in Sydney, in New South Wales’. 

‘They seem to be engaging in a sort of form of whack-a-mole, they try and step on a gym here or a restaurant there,’ he said. 

‘Rather than playing whack-a-mole, they need to kill all the moles.’     

Healthworkers scramble to conduct coronavirus tests following an outbreak on Sydney's Northern Beaches

Healthworkers scramble to conduct coronavirus tests following an outbreak on Sydney’s Northern Beaches

Mr McGowan said the hard border between WA and NSW will remain in place indefinitely.   

‘Right now, I don’t know how long the hard border with NSW will be up for,’ he said. 

‘We hope it’s only for a short period – and we can reassess our border controls when the health advice says it is safe to do so.

‘Our community has been COVID-free for 252 days now. I want to keep it that way.’ 

As a result of the outbreak, the Sydney to Hobart yacht race has been cancelled for the first time in 76 years.

The event organisers on Saturday night announced it was with ‘great sadness’ the 76th Rolex Sydney Hobart Yacht Race would not go ahead in 2020.

They said the coronavirus pandemic has distrupted sporting events across the world throughout the year and the ‘Great Race’ is another victim of the health crisis.

NSW public health alert – urgent call for testing (December 19) 

Anyone who attended the following locations is considered a close contact and must get tested and isolate for 14 days regardless of the result: 

  • Nomad Restaurant, 16 Foster St, Surry Hills: Wednesday December 16, 12:45pm – 2pm 
  • Café Toscano (outdoor verandah area), 1 Wallis St, Forster: Wednesday December 16, 6pm-7:45pm 
  • Strawberry Hills Hotel, 453 Elizabeth St, Surry Hills: Wednesday December 16, 3:30pm-6pm
  • Oceana Traders – Seafood Merchants, 31 Old Barrenjoey Rd, Avalon Beach: December 14, 15, 16, 17 
  • Hair by Erika, Village Shopping Centre, Lane Cove: December 11, 3.30-5pm
  • Rusti Fig Café Newport: December 12, 9-10am 
  • Salon of Hair Turramurra: December 15, 10am-3pm, and December 16, 9.30am-3.30pm
  • Anytime Fitness on Avalon Parade in Avalon: December 6, 7, 8, 11, 12 
  • Sunset Diner, 41 Old Barrenjoey Rd, Avalon Beach: Friday, December 11, 6.30pm – 8pm 
  • Hungry Ghost Café, 20 Avalon Parade, Avalon – Sunday, 13 December, 9.30am-11am and Tuesday, 15 December 9.30-11am
  • Sneaky Grind Café, 3/48 Old Barrenjoey Rd, Avalon Beach – Monday, 14 December, 9.30-11am
  • Barramee Thai Massage and Spa, 4/42-44 Old Barrenjoey Rd, Avalon Beach – Monday, 14 December, 2-3.30pm
  • Bangkok Sidewalk Restaurant, 1/21-23 Old Barrenjoey Rd, Avalon Beach – Monday, 14 December 7-8pm
  • Avalon Bowlo (bowling club), 4 Bowling Green Ln, Avalon Beach – Sunday, 13 December, 5-7pm (not 3-5pm as previously reported) and Tuesday, 15 December 3-5pm 
  • Palm Beach female change rooms – Sunday, 13 December 9-9.15am 
  • Coast Palm Beach Café, Barrenjoey Rd, Palm Beach – Sunday, 13 December 10-11am 

Close and casual contacts, who must get tested and isolate until December 30:

  • Sienna Marina, 7-41 Cowper Wharf Road, Woolloomoolo, 11 December, 12-2pm
  • Pilgrims Vegetarian Café, 97 Gerrale St, Cronulla, 16 December 11.30am-2.30pm 
  • Cronulla RSL Club, 38 Gerrale St, Cronulla on 16 December, 5pm to closing time   

People who visited the following venues at the below times should get tested immediately and self-isolate until NSW Health provides further information: 

  • Fitness First Mona Vale, Pittwater Place Shopping Centre, 10 Park Street Mona Vale: Sunday 13 December, 2pm- 4pm and Monday 14 December, 10.30am – 12.30am and Wednesday 16 December, 8.30pm – 10pm 
  • 4 Pines, Newport, 313 Barrenjoey Rd, Newport: Tuesday 15 December, 6pm – 10pm

People who have visited the following locations are casual contacts, and should get tested immediately and isolate until they receive a negative result:

  • Mitre 10 Mona Vale, 73 Bassett St, Mona Vale: Tuesday 15 December, 8:30am – 5:30pm and Wednesday 16 December, 8:30am – 5:30pm 
  • 2108 Espresso, 3/24 Ocean Rd, Palm Beach: Monday 14 December, 8am – 9am 
  • McDonald’s Raymond Terrace, William Bailey St, Raymond Terrace: Tuesday 15 December, 11.45am -12.15pm 
  • Warringah Mall: Wednesday 16 December, 10.40am – 1.40pm 
  • High Tek Aquarium, 732 Pittwater Rd, Brookvale: Wednesday 16 December, 1.55pm – 2.55pm 
  • Beach Bums Café, Corner Beach Street and North Street, Forster: Wednesday 16 December, 8am – 9am and Thursday 17 December, 8am–9am
  • Rose of Australia, 1 Swanson St, Erskineville: Tuesday 15 December after 8.45pm 
  • Sydney Trapeze School, St Peters: Tuesday 15 December, any class after 10am 
  • Cuckoo Callay on Crown, 413-415 Crown St, Surry Hills: Tuesday 15 December, 11am – 12pm 
  • Harris Farm Warehouse, Flemington Markets, Homebush: Tuesday 15 December, 2am- 11am, Wednesday 16 December, 2am – 11am, Thursday 17 December, 2am- 1pm 
  • Café Relish, 8/1 N Avalon Rd, Avalon Beach: Thursday 17 December, 10.30am – 11.30am
  • Nick Scali at SuperCentre, 4/6 Niangala Cl, Belrose, 16 December, 10am -5.30pm 
  • Coles Newport, 11 December, 5-7pm, and 12 December, 3.15-3.30pm
  • Hills Florist, Terrey Hills, 12 December, 8-8.45am – close contacts have been contacted directly by NSW Health
  • Restaurant Lovat, Newport, 12 December, 2.15-2.25pm and 4.10-4.15pm
  • Nourished Wholefood Café, Avalon, 12 December, 7.30-7.40am
  • RAN Sailing Association Darling Point, Navy Bear Café and Christmas party, 13 December, 10am 4pm
  • Sabiang Thai Restaurant, 4/49 Old Barrenjoey Rd, Avalon Beach, 13 December, 6-8pm
  • Seven West Media Building, 8 Central Ave, Eveleigh, 14 December, 8-11.30am
  • Mentmore and Morley Café and public toilets, 55 Mentmore Ave, Roseberry, 14 December 10am-3pm
  • Harris Farm, Mona Vale Plaza, 14 December, 11-11.10am
  • Paris Seafood Café, 136 Cronulla, 15 December, 8.30-9pm
  • Cronulla Mall, 15 December, 8-9pm and 16 December 11am-12pm
  • Blend @ Grantham Café, Riverstone, 16 December 11-11.45am
  • Westfield Bondi Junction, 15 December, 1-2.30pm
  • Forest Way Fruit Market, 2 Myoora St, Terrey Hills, 16 December, 4-4.10pm
  • Bing Lee, Gateway, 1 Mona Vale Rd, Mona Vale – Monday, 14 December, 4.30-4.45pm 
  • Woolworths Avalon Beach, 74 Barrenjoey Rd, Avalon Beach – Tuesday, 15 December, 12-12.30pm 
  • Oliver’s Pie, Careel Shopping Village, 1 Careel Head Rd, Avalon Beach – Monday, 14 December, 9-9.15am 
  • Woolworths Avalon Beach, 74 Barrenjoey Rd, Avalon Beach – Sunday, 13 December, 12-5pm 
  • Woolworths Mona Vale, 25/29 Park St, Mona Vale, 13 December, 12-12.30pm 
  • Aldi Mona Vale, 13 Bungan St, Mona Vale, 13 December, 12.45-1.30pm 
  • Avalon Beach Surf Life Saving Club, 13, 14 and 15 December, 9-9.30am 
  • Palm Beach Rockpool, LOT 1 Rock Bath Rd, Palm Beach, 14 December, 9:30-10:30am 
  • Woolworths Avalon, 74 Old Barrenjoey Rd, Avalon Beach, 14 December 5-5.30pm 
  • Chemist Warehouse, 4/74 Old Barrenjoey Rd, Avalon Beach, 14 December 5.20‑5.25pm 
  • Commonwealth Bank, 47 Avalon Parade, Avalon Beach, 15 December, 12-12.15pm 
  • Mitre 10, 49 Avalon Parade, Avalon Beach, 15 December, 12-12.20pm Roof Racks World, 15 December, 2-2:30pm 
  • HongFa BBQ Restaurant, Dee Why, 15 December 4.30-4.45pm 
  • Dee Why Fruit Market, 33 Oaks Avenue, Dee Why, 15 December, 4.45-4.55pm 
  • North Avalon Cellars, 4/3 N Avalon Rd, Avalon Beach, 15 December, 6-6.05pm 
  • Careel Bay Dog Park and Hitchcock Park, Barrenjoey Rd, Avalon, 16 December 7‑7:30am 
  • Palm Beach Pool, LOT 1 Rock Bath Rd, Palm Beach, 16 December, 8am-9am 
  • Brot and Wurst, 1442 Pittwater Rd, North Narrabeen, 16 December, 2pm-2:05pm 
  • Avalon Beach Post Shop, 45 Avalon Parade, Avalon Beach, 16 December 3.30-3.50pm
  • Avalon RSL club 11 December all day till closed 
  • Penrith RSL club 13 December 1-6 pm 
  • Kirribilli club 14 December 12-3 pm 

Confirmed cases travelled on the following transport services. Other passengers are considered to be casual contacts, and should get tested and isolate until a negative result is received. 

  • T1 North Shore Line, Monday 14 December, departing Artarmon 8:27am, arriving Wynyard 8:49am 
  • T1 North Shore Line, Monday 14 December, departing Wynyard 6:42pm, arriving Artarmon 7:01pm 
  • T1 North Shore Line, Tuesday 15 December, departing Artarmon 9:17am, arriving Wynyard 9:38am 
  • T3 Bankstown Line, Tuesday 15 December, departing St James 6:34pm arriving Erskineville 6:48pm 
  • T3 Bankstown Line, Wednesday 16 December, departing Erskineville 7:03am, arriving Central 7:12am
  • Ferry from Palm Beach to Wagstaffe, 16 December, 6.15pm-6.35pm 
  • Forest Coach Lines buses between Forestville and the CBD: 
  • Route 273, 15 December, Departing Jamieson Square, Forestville, 7.10am and arriving QVB, 8am 
  • Route 271, 15 December, Departing QVB 5.25pm and arriving Austlink Business Park Belrose 6.28pm 
  • Route 273, 16 December, Departing Jamieson Square, Forestville 7.10am and arriving QVB, CBD, 8am 
  • Route 271, 16 December, Departing QVB 5.25pm and arriving Austlink Business Park Belrose, 6.28pm
  • Warriewood B-Line: 
  • Route B1-1, 14 December, Departing Warriewood BLine, Pittwater Rd 6.55am, arriving Wynyard Station, York Street Stand M, 7.50am 
  • Route B1-2, 14 December 2020, Departing Wynyard Station Stand B 5.45pm, arriving Warriewood BLine, Pittwater Rd, 6.40pm 
  • Route B1-1, 15 December 2020, Departing Warriewood BLine, Pittwater Rd 6.35am, arriving Wynyard Station Stand M, 7.35am 
  • Route B1-2, 15 December 2020, Departing Wynyard Station Stand B 5.25pm, arriving Warriewood BLine, Pittwater Rd, 6.20pm 
  • Route B1-1, 16 December 2020, Departing Warriewood BLine, Pittwater Rd 6:50am, arriving Wynyard Station Stand M, 7.35am
  • Route B1-2, 16 December 2020, Departing Wynyard Station Stand B 4.45pm, arriving Warriewood BLine, Pittwater Rd, 5.30pm 
People queue up in their cars to be tested at a drive-thru Covid-19 testing facility at Avalon

People queue up in their cars to be tested at a drive-thru Covid-19 testing facility at Avalon

 

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