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Party with 1000 guests closed in Byron Bay in violation of the rules for social distancing from the coronavirus

Police of Byron Bay were forced to throw a party with over 1,000 guests who directly violated coronavirus restrictions.

The idyllic suburb on the north coast of New South Wales drew criticism during the COVID-19 crisis, as residents and vacationers seemed to largely ignore government contracts.

Under current restrictions in New South Wales, visitor numbers are limited to 20 people in a home at any time.

Inspector Matt Kehoe said that the ABC police were called to the Wilson’s Creek premises over the weekend where they found more than 1,000 people – ten times the legal limit.

“It’s very disappointing,” he said.

Guests shared photos from the event and themselves online - captioned this photo 'winter deaf'

Guests shared photos from the event and themselves online – captioned this photo ‘winter deaf’

One of the photos showed that a cardboard cut from a colorful forest was used at the opening of the tent to enter the party

A photo showed that a cardboard cut from a colorful forest had been used at the opening of the tent to enter the party

One of the photos showed that a cardboard cut from a colorful forest was used at the opening of the tent to enter the party

“You can still have a nice smaller party, but don’t go to the limit we’ve seen in recent days.”

One of those present described the party as a ‘winter deaf’.

In a video made at the party, guests crammed onto a dance floor where they danced into the night while a live DJ performed.

Another vision shows that a ping pong table was set up outside, while at the opening of the tent, a cardboard cut from a colorful forest had been used to enter the party.

Byron Shire Mayor Simon Richardson previously warned people – be they residents or tourists – to obey the rules.

“I understand there is a strong temptation to let your hair down a bit, especially if you are here to relax and get away from a really stressful year, but I ask that we all put the safety of the whole community on the test first, ”he said.

In a video made at the party, guests crammed onto a dance floor where they danced into the night while a live DJ performed

In a video made at the party, guests crammed onto a dance floor where they danced into the night while a live DJ performed

In a video made at the party, guests crammed onto a dance floor where they danced into the night while a live DJ performed

Another vision shows that a ping pong table was set up outside as people played while others gathered to watch

Another vision shows that a ping pong table was set up outside as people played while others gathered to watch

Another vision shows that a ping pong table was set up outside as people played while others gathered to watch

Another vision shows that a ping pong table was set up outside as people played while others gathered to watch

Another vision shows that a ping pong table was set up outside as people played while others gathered to watch

The party comes amid concerns that Victorian vacationers could escape the winter in their home state and travel to Byron Bay – especially during school holidays.

Byron Bay has a population of approximately 30,000, but that number is increasing during the holiday season.

It is feared that hundreds of Victorians have traveled there in recent weeks, increasing the contamination risk for COVID-19.

While most states have largely eradicated the community’s transmission of the deadly respiratory tract infection, Victoria has experienced an increase in the number of cases over the past three weeks.

Some Twitter users have expressed concerns that Byron Bay could become a hub for the virus with vacationers and then bring infections back to other parts of NSW and the interstate.

In a video made at the party, guests crammed onto a dance floor where they danced into the night while a live DJ performed

In a video made at the party, guests crammed onto a dance floor where they danced into the night while a live DJ performed

In a video made at the party, guests crammed onto a dance floor where they danced into the night while a live DJ performed

Pictured: The dance floor and strobe lights on the 'winter deaf' at Wilson's Creek on Saturday

Pictured: The dance floor and strobe lights on the 'winter deaf' at Wilson's Creek on Saturday

Pictured: The dance floor and strobe lights on the ‘winter deaf’ at Wilson’s Creek on Saturday

Queensland Prime Minister Annastacia Palaszczuk revealed last Tuesday that the Sunshine State would open its borders to every state and area except Victoria on July 10.

But because Victorians and Queenslanders can both travel to New South Wales, some argue that the state can become a bridge for contamination.

A Twitter user begged Prime Minister Gladys Berejiklian of New South Wales to close the borders, while another said she had already seen Victorian tourists heading north.

“It is happening now … driving on the Pacific Highway passed dozens of Victorian Gray nomads and families moving north with caravans,” she said.

“Please stay at home, in all states. If you need a vacation, take one in your own state, ”said a third woman.

Others noted how hundreds of Queenslanders already crossed the NSW border with work permits and headed for Byron Bay.

On March 23, it was revealed that hundreds of people had broken the social haul to gather on a grassy hill to watch the sunset

Twitter users have said they see Victorians flock to Byron Bay

Twitter users have said they see Victorians flock to Byron Bay

Twitter users have said they see Victorians flock to Byron Bay

Since the closure was first announced in late March, the suburb has made headlines several times for COVID-19 breaches.

On March 23, it was revealed that hundreds of people had broken social distance measures to gather on a grassy hill to watch the sunset.

Photos of the incident prompted calls from locals to implement stricter policies regarding hostels and backpackers.

In April, Byron opened a free test clinic and the deputy mayor urged people to get tested.

Sarah Ndiaye told Daily Mail Australia when the community had worked hard to fight the virus.

“We were incredibly impressed and grateful that our community has worked together to stop the spread of the virus and that visitors have stayed away,” she said.

“We were concerned as a popular regional destination that usually attracts more than two million visitors a year.”

On June 6, Byron Bay, like many other cities in Australia, staged a Black Lives Matter protest that directly violated social distance and order picking.

Byron Bay also hosted a Black Lives Matter protest on June 6, in which people did not distance themselves socially

Byron Bay also hosted a Black Lives Matter protest on June 6, in which people did not distance themselves socially

Byron Bay also hosted a Black Lives Matter protest on June 6, in which people did not distance themselves socially

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