Byron Council Begin Gruelling Task Of Cleaning Thousands Of Empty Baggies From Main Street

Byron Council Begin Gruelling Task Of Cleaning Thousands Of Empty Baggies From Main Street

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After another succesful Falls Festival and annual New Years Eve celebrations, Byron Bay in New South Wales’ north coast has begun the annual baggie emu parade.

Byron Mayor, Banjo Clementé says this year’s clean up looks to break records.

“Everyone is under the impression that this town is a relaxed stoner hub”

“Anyone who’s been here in late December will realise we are moving more rack through this sleepy little town than Sydney’s Fish Markets”

With eighteen snow removal trucks on hand, the townsfolk expect to fill at least thirty skip bins with empty saddie bags.

“We had some very alert tourist by the look of it [laughter]” said the mayor.

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