The Bulli Rapist, Terry John Williamson, is prohibited from entering the Illawarra under a five-year extended supervision order, Corrective Services NSW confirmed on Friday.
The 25-page order, handed down in the NSW Supreme Court on Thursday, did not specifically stop Williamson from entering the Illawarra, only from frequenting or visiting ‘‘any place or areas specified by the departmental supervising officer’’.
A Corrective Services NSW spokeswoman said the Illawarra had been specified as such a place.
‘‘CSNSW does not envisage any circumstances in which this restriction would be removed under this [extended supervision order].’’
Williamson served 22 years of a maximum 24-year prison sentence for the rape of 11 women and children nearly 25 years ago.
He was paroled and placed under supervision in 2012.
In court on Thursday, Justice Johnson agreed Williamson must continue taking anti-libidinal medication, which psychologists have largely credited with controlling his sadistic sexual tendencies over the past two years and four months.