Two more people have been charged and more than $150,000 cash seized as part of an ongoing investigation into the commercial manufacture and supply of drugs across NSW.
Detectives from the State Crime Command's Drug and Firearms Squad in December established Strike Force Emerstan to investigate the cultivation and supply of cannabis across the state's central west.
In April they arrested eight people and seized cannabis worth nearly $10 million being cultivated at a property at Ballimore, about 40 kilometres east of Dubbo.
Acting on a tip-off from Victoria Police, NSW police on Thursday raided five properties across southwest Sydney, busting a criminal syndicate involved in the manufacture and supply of methylamphetamine (ice).
Investigators were helped by South West Metropolitan Operation Support Group, the Dog Unit and the Australian Border Force detection Dog.
Police seized more than $157,000 cash, and more than 570 grams of ice and cannabis.
Officers also seized documentation, chemicals and equipment consistent with the manufacture and supply of prohibited drugs.
A 31-year-old man was arrested at Mount Pritchard and a 31-year-old woman was arrested at Canley Vale.
They were taken to Fairfield Police Station, where the man was charged with 24 offences involving the manufacture, possession, supply and distribution of drugs.
The woman was charged with eight similar charges.
They were both refused bail to appear before Liverpool Local Court on Friday.