Edinburgh Gardens in Fitzroy North is full of people drinking alcohol, out for much longer than two hours, sitting in large groups, not wearing masks and definitely not exercising; not to mention the public urinating that occurs. Many local cafe’s and restaurants are selling take away alcohol too which just adds to the drunkenness and stupidity. This happened last year and is a disgrace. The city of yarra don’t do anything to help either and take no responsibility even though they allow drinking of alcohol in public places. Anonymous
Most people were socially distancing here. The Majority of people seemed to line up, buy and walk off but there were groups of people socialising and some without masks. Julie
Yes, spotted all over Collingwood yesterday. I received an invitation by email to an event featuring barbie, cocktail and tunes all weekend. Caro
I saw the same thing happening on Hampton street in Hampton, groups of young people teenagers or in their early 20 crowding outside bars and coffees. Anonymous
Same thing outside all the pubs in Fitzroy and Collingwood yesterday. Anonymous
Elwood bars doing takeaway drinks with 30+ people standing/sitting out front. Many with stacks of cups indicating they had been there for hours. Anonymous
Beach Rd full of parked cars meaning people have driven there to go for a walk. Huge numbers of people walking up and down the paths. Well over 10% not wearing masks and in groups… no police to be seen. If they lived within 5km would they really be driving to the beach? Paul
Try Willsmere Village Kew. Many maskless people who should know better blocking footpaths, gathered in groups supposedly drinking coffee. Disgrace. Should know better. Peter
No need to dob. MYOB
Carlton North venue was selling takeaway cocktails yesterday and had a large crowd on the footpath and medium strip of people socialising and having more than one drink and hanging around for a lengthy period. I would assume it looks similar today given how nice the weather is. Anonymous
Bridge Rd, Richmond. I was surprised by the volume of people out front of some venues and had to cross the street to avoid large groups of people on my evening exercise walk. Anonymous Richmond resident
These pictures outside Northcote’s Peacock Hotel (which was mentioned at today’s press conference) were sent in by one reader without comment.
The pub posted to its official facebook account on Sunday saying it was closed and not serving any takeaway.