The Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District says at this stage it will not be publicly releasing any more locations of where the COVID-19 positive Huskisson travellers went.
The Health District said specific locations are only released for a public health purpose, otherwise it would be breaching the privacy of businesses and individuals.
Illawarra Shoalhaven Director of Public Health Curtis Gregory said the health district has visited all locations the cases had gone.
"Anywhere where a confirmed case may have visited we would have been in contact with and done a risk assessment from a public health perspective," Mr Gregory said
"An example of a premises that may have been visited but not had any real exposure risk is something like a drive-through place, takeaway, bottle-o...
"In this instance we've actually visited all the locations, spoken to the people on site, provided them with advice and support and also done the risk assessments."
The majority of premises the health district investigates don't have a high exposure risk.
"Businesses, premises and individuals all have a right to privacy and we can only really provide additional information when there is a public health purpose.
"If there is not a public health purpose then we can't breach that privacy - that's why we don't provide a detailed itinerary of where people may have travelled in an area."
Mr Gregory confirmed both cases came down on Friday, one of them left Saturday morning after they heard there was an issue with the Tangara school.
"The rest of the party stayed down here because at that point they didn't have any requirement on them.
"They had dinner at the restaurant and then the next day when the case that had returned home and told them they were a close contact, that person went home straight away as well, got tested and went into home isolation."
He emphasised the two cases did not do anything wrong and complied with all the requirements.