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COVID-19 testing locations and Public Health Orders

Find locations for COVID-19 test clinics in your area. Keep up to date with Public Health Orders and be aware of what you need to do as an individual.

Local testing clinics

Use the sliders below to view details of the testing clinics translated into community languages. 

Berala walk-in testing clinic

Open everyday from 8am to 8pm

  • Located at Berala Public School, 216 Harrow Road, Berala.
  • Not wheelchair accessible.
  • Walk-in for local community only.
  • Appointments and GP referral not required.

Wentworthville walk-in testing clinic

Open everyday from 8am to 8pm.

  • Located at 69 Veron Street, Wentworthville.
  • Not wheelchair accessible.
  • Appointments and GP referral not required.

Lidcombe drive through clinic

Open everyday from 8am to 5pm

  • Located The Sydney University Cumberland Campus (Gate 3) - 39 Weeroona Road, Lidcombe,
  • Appointments and GP referral not required.

Merrylands drive through clinic

Open everyday from 8am to 10pm

  • Located at Merrylands Park, Corner Burnett Street and Merrylands Road, Merrylands.
  • Appointments and GP referral not required.

COVID-19 testing clinic location map

You can find the location of your nearest COVID-19 testing clinic using the map below. Use the + and - control buttons to zoom into the map before selecting a location.

COVID-19 testing for children

Children may be tested for Coronavirus at either Westmead Children's Hospital or Homebush Drive-thru Clinic.

Westmead Children's Hospital 
Cnr Hawkesbury Road and Hainsworth Street, Westmead NSW 2145
Before you attend - Register your details 
Open: 8:30am to 4pm
Phone: 02 9845 0000
For newborn to 18 years old
Please note: 1 Parent only

Homebush Drive-through Clinic
Bressington Park, Homebush NSW 2140
Entry via Underwood Road
Open: 8:30am to 4pm, 7 days
Please note: The last patient will be triaged at 3:30pm to allow staff time to finish assessing patients.


Report a breach of the Public Health Order

There have been a number of calls from members of the public for Council Officers to enforce the provisions of the Public Health Order. The NSW Police are however the appropriate Regulatory Authority to enforce the current Public Health Order.

Any member of the public (including Council Officers) can report breaches of the Public Health Order to Crime Stoppers 


App downloads

COVIDSafe app

Support the plight against COVID-19 by downloading the COVIDSafe app. The app speeds up contacting people exposed to coronavirus (COVID-19).

Coronavirus Australia app

You can find and download the coronavirus Australia App from the AppStore or Google Play.

Apple users download from the AppStore - Android users download from Google Play