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Byron Shire
December 2, 2022

The Far North Coast gets fuelled

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Shell Service Centre at Goonellabah. Photo Ruby Jeffery.

Dozens of service stations across the area have fuel today and queues are backed up, in some cases for hundreds of metres.

If you are very low on fuel, it might be a good idea to get someone to fill a jerrycan for you or you might end up pushing yourself to the pump – waiting times are up to half an hour.


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