Jim Nutter, Main Arm. I can sympathise with Jennifer Innes of Tyagarah re the problem of sexual predation at her local beach. In her letter she reiterates many of the points covered already in the discussion. However, she says ‘many of... Read More →
Gwen Gould, Tyagarah. I have been fence sitting on the matter of optional clothing at Tyagarah as I like to think we live in a free and open community and I did not want to see another restriction put on our... Read More →
Cr Sarah Ndiaye, Byron Shire Council. Nude ain’t rude – but unwanted sexual advances definitely are. I’d just like to say a huge thank you to all the people who emailed, called, wrote letters or turned up at the council chambers... Read More →
After complaints by members of the public regarding sexual harassment and inappropriate behaviour in the Tyagarah Nature Reserve, police have commenced daily patrols of the area – and in the last week have arrested four men.
Byron Shire Council today resolved to continue to allow nude bathing on a reduced stretch of Tyagarah Beach, starting 200 metres south of Grays Lane and ending well north of Elements Resort.
Byron Shire Council will debate removing the clothes-optional status of the beach near Grays Lane, Tyagarah this Thursday.
Raphael Lee Cass, Byron Bay. Paul Spooner takes the easy way out, proposing to cancel the clothing-optional beach near Grays Lane. But effort is needed to fix the issues there. If someone assaults a person at an AFL game the local... Read More →
The question of keeping a clothes-optional beach in Byron Shire is creating heated debate as the community looks for ways of creating a safe clothes-optional beach at Tyagarah.