The Ruby Princess docked at Port Kembla on Monday morning, as police announced a criminal investigation would be launched into the ill-fated cruise ship.
It has become the single largest source of COVID-19 cases in the state - with more than 620 cases - and 11 associated deaths.
NSW Ports said it had been directed to provide berth and port facilities for the vessel for 10 days.
Meanwhile, the latest figures show the number of confirmed cases of COVID-19 in the Illawarra Shoalhaven Local Health District had risen to 114 on Monday.
Four patients are being cared for in Wollongong Hospital, and two patients in Shoalhaven Hospital.
The death toll in Australia now stands at 39, which includes a man who died in Wollongong Hospital last Friday.
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