I have found 'Wiseman's Books' in Richmond and 'Five Senses' in Seven Hills to have many of the listed HSC texts but it might be useful to set up 'book sharing hubs' for sharing and discussing textual pros and cons.
NESA has made more resources available, but as Facebook comments show, teachers are still confused about some of the courses, assessment and examination details.
With pending copyright changes to royalty payments as well, it is less likely as many educational resources will be available relating specifically to the new list.
Since many small State schools will find it difficult to update their book rooms or afford PD courses relating to the new syllabus. I have promoted the idea of Senior English teachers in my local schools working together. Pooling our expertise, experience, PD skills and textual knowledge should streamline the resourcing and implementation process. Initial meetings and student workshops have been very successful and despite being time poor, there is real excitement in the air.
The next step will be to approach the local Western Sydney University to get involved in an 'Outreach' program to cater to disadvantaged students.
Email me if you are interested in getting involved in doing something similar in your own local area.