From Monday, coronavirus restrictions in both NSW and Victoria will ease.
However, different rules remain in place on each side of the border.
In Victoria, June 1 marks the long-awaited resumption of dine-in sessions for pubs, cafes and restaurants, with up to 20 patrons allowed per enclosed space.
The southern state has been slower to reopen than its northern counterpart as NSW has allowed 10 patrons to dine-in since March 15.
From Monday, Albury pubs, cafes and restaurants will be allowed up to 50 patrons at one time.
Bookings of more than 10 people are not allowed.
Venues reopening across both states must comply with social distancing measures and in Victoria restaurants and cafes must request all patrons first names and phone numbers for outbreak tracing purposes.
On June 22, 50 patrons should be allowed in Victorian venues, with restrictions expected to ease further in July to allow 100 people per enclosed space.
On Friday, the Victorian government announced winery restaurants and cafes can resume dine-in service from June 1 and cellar doors can offer free seated tastings and sell bottles takeaway.
In NSW and Victoria holidays are back on track from June 1, with residents able to travel anywhere in the state and interstate where borders are open.
A number of caravan parks and camping grounds will reopen in NSW from Monday, though residents are advised to call ahead to confirm booking.
National Parks NSW has indicated it is undertaking risk assessments and plans to reopen accommodation and visitor services on a case-by-case basis from June 1. The NSW ski season will go ahead.
Across the border in Victoria, it's all systems go with the 2020 ski season to begin on June 22.
From June 1, Victorians can stay in holiday homes, friend's houses and tourism accommodation.
Stays at caravan and camping grounds are also allowed though communal kitchens and bathrooms remain off-limits.
The majority of state managed parks and tourist attractions will reopen on June 1, with restrictions.
Libraries, museums and galleries across NSW and Victoria can reopen from Monday, though different restrictions apply.
In Victoria, venues and historic sites are allowed only 20 customers per separate space, if the one person per four square metre rule allows it.
Similarly, outdoor amusement parks, zoos and arcades are allowed 20 patrons per separate space, with people forbidden from gathering in high-use areas.
In Victoria, cinemas are allowed to cater for 50 patrons from June 1 while drive-in cinemas can operate unchanged.
IN OTHER NEWS:
From June 22, the patron limit will increase to 50 people for all entertainment facilities, subject to social distancing.
In NSW, there is no set capacity limit for museums, galleries or libraries.
Instead venues just have to ensure they limit the number of guests to allow for the four-square-metre per person social distancing requirement. Cinemas remain closed.
Staff and visitors who are unwell must be excluded from entry, and venues must provide distance markers and hand santiser for people.
No groups or tours will be allowed in NSW, and museums and galleries will use online ticketing systems. Returned library books will be quarantined for 24 hours.
Beauty therapy, tanning, waxing, nail salons and day-spas can reopen from June 1 in Victoria for up to 20 patrons.
Tattoo and massage parlours can also reopen to 20 customers under social distancing requirements, as can retail outlets and market stalls.
Sex work venues and adult entertainment services remain prohibited.
Businesses must keep records of patrons' names and contact information in case of an outbreak.
In NSW, beauty, tanning and nail salons are allowed only 10 customers at a time. The businesses must have a staff member designated to ensuring staff and clients have appropriate physical distancing and that venues do not exceed the capacity limit.
NSW-based massage and tattoo parlours cannot provide services but can open to sell products. Strip clubs and sex service premises cannot reopen.
In Victoria, outdoor gym equipment reopened as of May 25 and from June 1, 20 people plus an instructor can gather for non-contact outdoor sports. Indoor gyms are not slated to reopen until at least June 22.
In NSW, outdoor exercise equipment is open but gyms remain closed. Ten people are able to gather outdoors in NSW as long as they obey social distancing.
From June 1, 20 people can attend a place of worship in Victoria, in addition to the number of people 'reasonably required' to perform the service.
Similarly 20 people can attend a wedding in addition to the celebrant and couple.
If the wedding is held at home, only 20 people including the couple and celebrant are allowed. For funerals, 50 people can attend in addition to staff.
In a last-minute change which brings them closer in line with Victoria, the NSW government announced on Friday a total of 50 people could attend funerals or places of worship from June 1, while 20 people can attend weddings.