A man and woman are the latest to be charged as part of a six-month investigation into large-scale drug supply.
The pair's arrest came just days after two men were charged - and more than $100,000 worth of ice seized - during simultaneous raids on four properties at Nowra and Moruya on Tuesday.
The raids were carried out by Strike Force Carex investigators, assisted by Wollongong and Lake Illawarra police.
The strike force was set up in December to investigate a suspected organised methamphetamine syndicate operating in Nowra, Moruya and the surrounding areas.
As part of ongoing inquiries, investigators from the Region Enforcement Squad intercepted a vehicle in Bungendore on Thursday afternoon and seized 34 grams of methamphetamine, five MDMA tablets, 28 grams of cannabis and cash.
Police allege the occupants of the vehicle, a man and a woman, were intending to supply the prohibited drugs. The pair were arrested.
Strike force investigators later raided a home in Braidwood, seizing several items believed to be either stolen or the proceeds of crime.
The 35-year-old Braidwood man was charged with 16 offences including supplying a prohibited drug on an ongoing basis, possessing a prohibited drug, supplying a commercial quantity of a prohibited drug, dealing in the proceeds of crime, breach of bail, and traffic offences.
A 30-year-old Braidwood woman was charged with seven offences including drug possession, drug supply and dealing in the proceeds of crime. Both were refused bail and appeared in Goulburn Local Court on Friday.
Thursday's charges followed the arrests of three men during search warrants at properties in Nowra, Bomaderry and Moruya.
Nowra man Paul Anthony Highley, 43, was later charged with supplying a prohibited drug, supplying a prohibited drug on an ongoing basis and possessing a prohibited drug.
Highley was refused bail in Nowra Local Court on Wednesday. He will reappear in court on September 19.
A 56-year-old man, arrested at a home in Moruya, was charged with supplying a prohibited drug. He will face court on August 9.
The third man arrested was released without charge.
Further arrests are expected.