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Travel Advice

COVID-19 Update

Travel to the Kiama Area

We’re a relaxed community, however when it comes to keeping ourselves and our visitors safe – we take this very seriously.

From Monday 1 November, the Kiama local government area (Minnamurra, Jamberoo, Kiama Downs, Gerringong & Gerroa) is open once again to fully vaccinated (and under 16 travelling with fully vaccinated adults) visitors from Greater Sydney and Victoria. There are still some requirements that we ask you to adhere to whilst visiting, these include:

  • Stay home if you are feeling unwell and get tested if your symptoms present like those of COVID-19 – visit COVID-19 clinics to find the nearest testing location.
  • Social distancing – maintain a 1.5m distance at all times
  • Where required, wear a face mask, use the QR check-in and be ready to show your double vaccination certificate
  • Adhere to maximum numbers advertised

While travelling you may be interested in the option to receive push notifications on COVID-19 case locations on the Service NSW app so you are alerted to potential exposure risks as soon as possible. The enhancement is in addition to the red icon that appears in the check-in history of a person who has been to a venue on the same day as a confirmed COVID-19 case.

For more information, please see the NSW Government Website:

We expect to be very busy. This being the case, we encourage you to book ahead plan accordingly.

Kiama is open for business and welcome visitors to the area. We do, however, request that visitors are responsible and:

For the latest information about restrictions and health advice specific to NSW, please refer to

It is in your interest, as well as the wider community, that entry restrictions, sign-in procedures, and other COVIDsafe policies are adhered to. We thank you for your patience and consideration in this regard. For updates, please refer to

Our Tourism Industry (and our region) is still recovering from the lost income incurred during the summer bush fire season, COVID-19 has further added to this pain. For this reason, we thank you for visiting and assisting us to keep our wonderful local businesses afloat.

We can’t think of a more ideal place for a well needed break and look forward to welcoming you soon.