GYMS and yoga studios will be the next in line allowed to open in less than two weeks, while kids' sport competitions will follow in July.
The NSW Government announced on Tuesday morning gymnasiums, yoga, indoor pools and dance studios can reopen on June 13, as more COVID-19 restrictions are lifted.
Kids' sport can resume across the state from July 1.
As part of the new measures, from June 13 fitness groups, gymnasiums, pilates, yoga and dance studios can reopen with up to 10 people per class and 100 people in an indoor venue.
Community centres, including recreational facilities can reopen, while some indoor recreational facilities including pools and saunas can also reopen with restricted numbers.
Tattoo and massage parlours will also be allowed to resume business with up to 10 clients.
Socially distancing guidelines will be needed and the four square metre rule must be applied at all times, the government said.
It came as the government announce six new coronavirus cases across the state in the latest 24-hour batch - all from returned travellers. Health Minister Brad Hazzard said the last community transmission case was Wednesday, last week in NSW.
"I'm proud of this state for following the health advice and flattening the curve to such a point, where we can now re-introduce kids' sports and open gyms," Deputy Premier John Barilaro said.
"Sport and exercise boosts morale and this is exactly what NSW needs right now."
As part of the new measures, community sport competitions can restart for those aged 18 years and under from July 1.
Mr Hazzard said COVID-19 safety plans for each activity or sport are critical to enable the re-start.
"Sport and businesses will need to do things a little differently than in pre-COVID-19 times and following their safety plan is key to keeping people safe," he said.
"Re-opening kids' sporting competitions on 1 July gives groups and local government which manages many of these facilities, time to work through all the new changes."
Acting Minister for Sport, Geoff Lee said indoor and outdoor community sports for those aged 18 years and under are ready to return from the start of next month.
"Children and young people will be thrilled they can get together with friends and teammates again and I am sure parents will welcome the news too," Mr Lee said.
"NSW loves sport, and I am so pleased clubs and organisations will now be able to plan their fixtures list for their seasons to resume."
The ministers are yet to commit to a date for the return of adult community sport and said potential plans were in the pipeline with an announcement expected "at a later stage".
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