Goulburn Mulwaree Council has listed council facilities that would close due to the lockdown imposed over the weekend in regional and rural areas.
The council made the announcement this afternoon, along with changes to council services due to the rules put in place until 12:01am on August 22.
The following venues would close their doors to the public:
The council stated that face-to-face customer services would also cease, but customer service facilities via telephone and online would continue.
They also mentioned that Workspace Goulburn would remain open to lessee, but would offer casual or group bookings.
The council said that they would "continue to maintain all critical services including water, sewer and waste collection services."
Members of the public would not be able to attend Tuesday's council meeting, but would be offered the opportunity to livestream the meeting.
Goulburn Mulwaree Council said that recreational spaces would stay open but must be used in line with the public health rules set out by the NSW Government.
People could look at current restrictions at hwww.nsw.gov.au/covid-19/rules.
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