Brendon Charles Bobbin on Monday pleaded guilty to knowingly participating in the supply of amphetamines.
He appeared briefly in Bega District Court to hear the charge read out before entering his plea.
The charge stemmed from his arrest in South Pambula in August last year.
Judge A Norrish presiding on Monday read the indictment presented by Crown prosecutors that Bobbin, “sometime between July 28 and August 12, 2013, somewhere between Pambula and Greigs Flat, you knowingly took part in the supply of amphetamines” in the amount of 428 grams.
When asked to enter a plea, Bobbin replied “Guilty, your Honour”.
Bobbin had also previously pleaded guilty over a charge of supplying prohibited drugs on an ongoing basis.
Bobbin was refused bail and the matter of both guilty pleas were adjourned until April 28 at Bega District Court for sentencing.