By Tita Smith For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 02:02 BST, 18 October 2020 | Updated: 02:42 BST, 18 October 2020
Health authorities fear a coronavirus cluster in Sydney's outskirts could spread to tourist towns on the NSW south coast as the state records five new infections.
Four overseas travellers in quarantine tested positive to COVID-19 in the 24 hours to 8pm Saturday, bringing the total number of cases in NSW to 4,149.
The one new locally acquired case is a close contact of cases linked to Great Beginnings Childcare Centre in Oran Park, in Sydney's south west.
There are now six cases associated with the childcare centre, and 19 in total in the Oran Park community cluster. The centre has been closed since October 13 and will remain shut until October 28 and contact tracing and investigations continue.
The one new locally acquired case is a close contact of cases linked to Great Beginnings Childcare Centre (pictured) in Oran Park, in Sydney's south west, bringing the cluster to six
Those who attended Great Beginnings Childcare Centre between 2- 13 October close contacts and have been urged to get tested immediately and self-isolate for a full 14 days from when they last attended.
Warnings have also been issued for two locations on the south coast attended by positive cases, which include Shellharbour South Beach, south of Wollongong, and nearby Little Park.