New South Wales has recorded its fourth day with zero community transmission.
The state announced it had recorded new cases of coronavirus cases on Tuesday but both are in hotel quarantine.
It follows two straight days of zero cases altogether.
Premier Gladys Berejiklian warned on Monday that the news did not necessarily mean the state was free of the virus.
‘We’re making sure that we encourage people to come forward and get tested with even the mildest of symptoms,’ she said.
The low figures has encouraged further talks about a trans-Tasman bubble possibly opening up between Australia and New Zealand before Christmas.
Though Ms Berejiklian said she would like to see the internal borders reopened first.
‘I would feel more comfortable if we didn’t have any borders within Australia, before we did that,’ she said.
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