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Drinkers who refuse to wait a minute longer than necessary for their first post-lockdown beer can get an early start if they know where to go. Only a select few venues will get the lion's share of patronage when the doors fly open at After a long, drawn out, week lockdown , management was determined to return to business as usual as soon as possible. Ten minutes down the road, the City Tattersalls Club will also throw open its doors and from Polishing the glasses is an important job to help get everything ready in time for the reopening of businesses across NSW.

Sydney has been effectively closed for business for days while trying to manage a devastating outbreak of the Covid Delta variant. To celebrate, management at City Tattersalls will offer 49 per cent off all drinks for the rest of October. Scruffy Murphy's in Goulburn Street also announced its intention to open at The main bar will stay open for as long as patrons are still buying on Sunday night, with security and a manager manning the door checking vaccines. Easts in Bondi Junction was one of the first venues to declare it would be open from midnight.

We can't wait to see you again,' it wrote in a social media post. The hour Cheers Bar on George Street in Sydney will open the moment the government allows it, but only for double vaccinated patrons. Workers begin reopening preparation by setting up outdoor seating at Crown Sydney. Easts in Bondi Junction were one of the first venues to declare they'd be open from midnight. We can't wait to see you again,' a spokesman wrote in a social media post. Steelers pub in Wollongong. Toongabbie Sports Club in western Sydney. Further west in Toongabbie, in what was once listed as a Coivd hotspot, the sports club will also be reopening for hard done by locals.

Western Sydney residents have endured even tougher restrictions than those experienced in the east or CBD due to higher and more centralised case s. He said that after four months of being entirely dependent on government support, staff were itching to get back to work and see 'all the smiling faces' of their community once again. The Steelers pub in Wollongong will offer happy hour drinks from It's good news for long-suffering businesses, but there are many more throughout the city and surrounds that will have to wait until tomorrow to open.

Staff making sure they are fully stocked with alcohol and food as they prepare for reopening in Sydney on Monday. A positive message will help to welcome hungry and thirsty customers back after lockdown eases in NSW on Monday. A spokesman for the Burdekin on Oxford Street told Daily Mail Australia licensing arrangements meant many pubs would have to wait a little longer to see their customers again.

Daily Mail Australia visited some of the city's best known venues along Darling Harbour and Barangaroo before the state's reopening on Monday, after hitting 70 per cent vaccinated this week. Only fully vaccinated people will be allowed within hospitality venues from Monday. The main bar will remain open for as long as patrons wish on Sunday night, with security and a manager manning the door checking vaccines. Jessie White says reopening after lockdown is like starting all over again.

Mr Perrottet urged people to treat young bar and wait staff as though they're 'your neighbour's son or daughter' and to be particularly patient as they work through checking patron's vaccination status. She said they are 'incredibly excited to be opening, but we're also facing quite a few challenges'.

Prime among those challenges is finding enough staff to cope with the of bookings they have. It's an industry-wide huge shortage,' Ms Milkovic said. Scruffy Murphy's in Goulburn Street has also announced their intention to open at Pictured: Staff preparing cafe seating inside the Queen Victoria Building ahead of the reopening. Down the street at Bungalow 8, e Jeremy Fraser said he and his staff were 'ecstatic' at the prospect of reopening. We're ready to roll and open and the taps will be flowing on Monday. Mr Fraser then used a phrase we've all heard a lot of in the past two years: 'We have a new normal from now on.

He is heartened by the of bookings his business is getting, saying reservations are 'the most insane [he's] ever seen'. For at least two weeks straight, we're full up most nights of the week,' he said. On Sunday, newly appointed Premier Dominic Perrottet said the end of lockdown had been a long time coming, but reminded Sydneysiders that we're still in the midst of a pandemic.

It is not over by a long way,' he warned. NSW Health announced new Covid cases and six deaths overnight. Five of the victims were not vaccinated while the other had received one dose. Premier Dominic Perrottet will reap the rewards of his predecessor's Covid policies as he celebrates the end of lockdown in NSW.

But picnic hotspots turned into boozy moshpits in Sydney's eastern suburbs and northern beaches overnight as residents risked fines to celebrate Freedom Day early. Hundreds gathered by the water at Bondi and Manly on Saturday night to party ahead of Covid restrictions being relaxed on Monday for double-jabbed residents.

Massive crowds flocked to 'The Office' in Manly - a popular waterfront spot near the wharf - where music was blasting and an impromptu dance floor was set up. Hundreds congregated in Bondi Beach on Saturday pictured before they were dispersed by police. Revellers were filmed crammed together and maskless as they belted out ABBA songs with drinks in tow while some were reported urinating. Similar scenes occurred at Bondi beach, after police were forced to disperse huge crowds who began congregating throughout the day.

A of move-on directions were given to residents while no fines were issued despite public health orders being in place until Monday. Under Covid restrictions only groups of five fully-vaccinated adults are allowed to gather outdoors until the state's stay-at-home orders are eased on October Hundreds of revellers have flocked to Manly beach on Saturday pictured just days shy of the state's scheduled Freedom Day. Mr Perrottet thanked residents for their efforts during the days of restrictions they've endured, adding that NSW has 'led the way out of lockdown'. NSW is leading our country out of this pandemic,' Mr Perrottet said.

And that's been the secret to our success. There was also a plea for kindness and patience, particularly with young staff and servers as businesses slowly begin to reopen. age at an entertainment venue at Barangaroo in Sydney, Sunday, October Within hours, these venues will be crawling with patrons. Sweeping up in all the nooks and crannies to make sure everything is spotless before NSW starts to open up again. Victor Dominello helped to create the vaccine passport needed to enter premises in his role as Minister for Digital and Customer Service. On Sunday, he revealed the passport was not yet ready to launch but said there are three ways for people to prove their vaccination status from Monday.

Pub baron Craig Laundy, a former politician whose family owns one of the biggest hotel and restaurants businesses in NSW, suggested people save their digital vaccination certificate as the background on their phones. Mr Laundy thanked state leaders for working swiftly to reopen venues, adding that in his family business alone there will be thousands of employees returning to work on Monday after four months of unemployment. Further west in Toongabbie, in a western Sydney local government area of concern, the sports club will also be reopening for hard done by locals.

Non-vaccinated young people aged under 16 will be able to access all outdoor settings but will only be able to visit indoor venues with members of their household. Employers must continue to allow employees to work from home if the employee is able to do so. There will be revised guidance on isolation for close and casual contacts who are fully vaccinated, with details to be provided closer to the reopening date. The views expressed in the contents above are those of our users and do not necessarily reflect the views of MailOnline.

Argos AO. Privacy Policy Feedback. Thirsty for freedom? Your guide to the pubs and bars opening at Let us know at tips dailymail. Where to find a drink at Sydneysiders start the party early But picnic hotspots turned into boozy moshpits in Sydney's eastern suburbs and northern beaches overnight as residents risked fines to celebrate Freedom Day early. Share or comment on this article: Your guide to the NSW pubs and bars opening at Comments 29 Share what you think. View all. Bing Site Web Enter search term: Search. As the boffins return, test your general knowledge against the toughest quiz team on TV if you dare!

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