In the aftermath of a particularly destructive Christmas party at Coogee Beach in Sydney, officials were left with no other choice. Alcohol is now going to be banned in the park, after approximately fifteen tons of garbage was left by the backpacker Christmas party.
Over 10, 000 partiers descended upon the beach for the big party in question. The resulting aftermath compelled a council in Sydney to enforce a ban on alcoholic beverages, designed to last through the end of the summer. The Christmas Day party left the aforementioned fifteen tons of garbage, in addition to a considerable amount of damage in other regards.
The ban was announced for not only Coogee Beach, but for all of the property in the surrounding area. This includes a number of parks. The ban is expected to be enforced until the end of the summer, and it is believed that the Randwick City Council was left with no other choice, when faced with the garbage and other undesirable elements that were left behind.
However, some would say that while the ban is a direct result of the recent Christmas chaos, it is not the first time that the issue of backpackers and parties on park/reserve property has been brought up. Some have been trying to get the city council to do something about the issue for a long time, arguing that the parties and general behavior from backpackers has left it difficult for locals to enjoy the park.
Few seem to argue that the backpackers are the chief cause of the problem. Many have taken to social media to express their thoughts on the matter, with many making it clear that they believe backpackers to be the primary source of the problem. Some have even taken to posting videos and other pieces of evidence across social media.
At the party in question, 3 were arrested.
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