The NSW Government has announced that from 15 October 2021, restrictions for people entering NSW from the ACT have been eased.
Under these changes, people entering NSW from the ACT will no longer need to complete a declaration form on entry into NSW or follow stay-at-home rules on arrival and are subject to the same local restrictions as NSW residents.
However, under ACT health directions, NSW remains declared a COVID affected area. ACT residents travelling into NSW, beyond our approved border postcodes, will still be required to have an exemption prior to their return to the ACT and quarantine for 14 days.
You can read more here.
Master Builders ACT will continue to request that the ACT Government make travel rules between the ACT and regional NSW the same.