Paul Rea, Coorabell

Habitually, board riders keep a good few metres between them and sun lovers who usually spread their towels at the required social distance. So closing Byron’s beaches would make no more sense than, say, shutting down the golf courses.

But can someone please tell me why the person responsible for closing all of the Broken Head car parks didn’t think for a moment that drivers would simply park along the hundreds of metres of narrow Broken Head Reserve Road, and that the resultant congestion – particularly on that notoriously pot-holed stretch – would be so dangerous to motorists and pedestrians alike?

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