The NSW Government has issued a Public Health Order commencing at 12.01am on 25 February 2021 that any person that arrives in Australia from New Zealand and has been in a New Zealand COVID-19 Hotspot in the previous 14 days prior to their arrival in NSW must:
1. Immediately leave Australia by air if:
a. The person is not an Australian citizen; and
b. It is reasonably practical to do so; or
2. If clause 1 does not apply, go directly to a quarantine facility; or
3. If the person requires medical treatment, go directly to a medical facility for treatment.
Auckland, including Auckland Airport is a New Zealand COVID-19 Hotspot.
Accordingly, any person who has travelled to Australia and has been in a New Zealand COVID-19 Hotspot in the 14 days prior to their arrival in NSW, must adhere to the above orders and not attend a NSW racecourse or licensed premises until they have completed the quarantine period and have provided Racing NSW with a negative COVID-19 test result in writing at day 16 of their quarantine period.
Below is a link to the relevant NSW Government Health Order: