Drugs and $450,000 cash have been sezied from a unit in Stockton as part of an investigation into the supply of illicit drugs across the state.
The seizure comes as a result of an investigation into the supply of illicit drugs across NSW by State Crime Command's Organised Crime Squad, Murrumbidgee Police District, the Australian Criminal Intelligence Commission (ACIC) and the NSW Crime Commission (NSWCC).
Investigations led Highway Patrol police to stop a white Mitsubishi Triton ute on the Sturt Highway, Hay, on June 1 after checks revealed the vehicle was unregistered.
During a search of the ute, it is alleged officers found more than 30kg of methylamphetamine (ice), 11kg of MDMA, 3kg of heroin and 4kg of cocaine.
The driver - a 65-year-old man - was arrested and charged. He remains before the courts.
Last month, Organised Crime Squad detectives established Strike Force Garlow to further investigate the supply of prohibited drugs across Sydney's south-west.
Following investigations, detectives arrested two men - aged 24 and 23 - during a vehicle stop at Milperra, about 1pm Friday.
The older man was searched by police, who claim to have seized 280 grams of cocaine that was hidden in the man's pants.
During a search of the vehicle, it is alleged 17kg of cocaine and 8kg of methamphetamine were found.
The combined estimated potential street value of illicit drugs seized is $9.284 million.
A short time later, officers executed a search warrant at a unit at Kogarah, where they seized 170 grams of a white substance believed to be cocaine.
The 24-year-old man was charged with six counts of supply prohibited drug large commercial quantity, supply prohibited drug commercial quantity, knowingly deal with proceeds of crime, and escape police custody.
Police will allege in court that the man was involved in the supply of illicit drugs worth $9.284 million.
It will be further alleged that the man was also involved in the supply of 50kg of illicit drugs earlier this year.
The 23-year-old man was charged with two counts of supply prohibited drug large commercial quantity.
Investigations by the Organised Crime Squad are continuing.