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Police halt doof in Goonengerry NP

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On Saturday, June, 25 police received a number of complaints were regarding an illegal doof party being held inside the Goonengerry National Park.

Police attended the location on Sunday, June, 26, and issued a Noise Abatement Direction to a 19 year old male.

Police say there were more than 100 people still at the location when they attended.

National Parks & Wildlife Service have been provided details and will be making further enquiries regarding offences.


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