Alcohol Free Zones

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Alcohol Free Zones

Alcohol Prohibited Areas (APA)

APA apply to all parks, reserves and beaches within Warringah from 10pm to 8am. This means you are prohibited from having alcohol in these areas during these times.

Four exceptions apply. Alcohol is prohibited 24 hours a day at:

  • Queenscliff Headland
  • Walter Gors Park, Dee Why
  • Narrabeen Lagoon Reserve in the public open space between Loftus and Wellington Street
  • North end of Lagoon Street, Narrabeen

 

If you are found with alcohol in these areas during those times by the police your alcohol can be confiscated and tipped out. If you fail to comply you may be charged with obstruction which carries penalties up to $2,200.

Alcohol Free Zones (AFZ)

AFZ applies to the public roads, footpaths and car parks listed below and means the consumption of alcohol in these areas is prohibited 24 hours per day.

If you are found with alcohol in these areas during those times by the police your alcohol can be confiscated and tipped out. If you fail to comply you may be charged with obstruction which carries penalties up to $2,200.

  • Dee Why CBD
  • Narrabeen (adjacent to and east of Narrabeen Lagoon)
  • Belrose/Frenchs Forest in the vicinity of Glenrose Shopping centre
  • Forestville in vicinity of Forestville Shopping Centre
  • Governor Phillip Lookout Beacon Hill
  • Collaroy CBD Pittwater Rd.
  • Kelpa Place, Allambie Heights (beside Allambie Heights Public School)
  • Dee Why Beach (sand area) – 24 hour special event - Australia Day (26 January) only
  • Pittwater Rd, Brookvale in the vicinity of the bus stops outside Warringah Mall
  • Fisher Rd North in the vicinity of Cromer Community Centre
  • Sorlie Place Frenchs Forest (behind Forest Way Shopping Centre)
  • Forest Way Frenchs Forest in the vicinity of the bus stops outside Forest Way Shopping Centre

 

In Warrinagh, AFZs and APAs are currently enforced by NSW Police – Call Dee Why Police Station 9971 3399 Alcohol Free Zones in Warringah are effective until 30 June 2016. Alcohol Prohibited Areas have no end date.