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Australia Day alcohol zones for foreshore

WET areas on the Hervey Bay foreshore on Australia Day have been released by the Fraser Coast Regional Council.

Alcohol can be consumed between 10am and 6pm on Australia Day at Quota Park, Otto Merchel Park, Ron Beaton Park, Margaret Street Park and Apex Park.

Drinking alcohol is not permitted outside of the designated areas.

What are you doing for Australia Day? Have your say and join the conversation below. 

Topics:  alcohol, australia day, celebrate-oz-2016, fraser coast regional council, hervey bay




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