If you need to schedule a driver or rider's test, you will not be able to make a booking right away in the Highlands and Tablelands.
Service NSW outlined that testing would start again from today (October 11), but they would be catching up on a backlog of tests across the state.
This backlog is due to a number of cancellations in areas where residents were told to stay at home.
The website stated that residents could book tests once the backlog was gone.
Individuals who made their booking prior to stay at home orders, "postponed aged drivers" and people who have a medical reason and need their licence would be tested first.
A Service NSW Spokesperson said a potential date for when people could book would vary for each centre, but encouraged residents to check online for availabilities.
"The best advice would be if a customer wants to book a test, they can check online," he said.
"If there is nothing, the service centre still has backlog."
Residents going for their tests must wear face masks and show they are either fully vaccinated, or have received a negative COVID-19 test result within three days of their test.
All driving testers are fully vaccinated and wear face masks during the exams.
Service NSW is in contact with customers to rebook their testing sessions.
Residents can also go to their local Service NSW centre or contact Service NSW if they urgently need a test.
The Mittagong and Goulburn Service Centres are open from 9am to 5pm from Monday to Friday and are closed on Saturday and Sunday.