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A Byron Shire councillor wants the NSW government to intervene after the council voted to keep a remote Byron Bay beach optional of clothing. Councillor Paul Spooner said the decision to keep the clothing optional declaration at Tyagarah Beach showed the council was "not listening" to locals.
Locals protested outside Byron Shire Council for the clothing optional declaration removed from Tyagarah Beach. Tyagarah Beach was officially made clothing optional 20 years ago after locals petitioned for a legal nude beach, and has been enjoyed by people keen for a skippy dip since then. Some locals say in the past few years the beach has been taken over by a "minority" who engage in lewd behaviour and should be shut down, while other locals believe the beach can be cleaned up to be enjoyed by everyone. Many locals want Tyagarah Beach's clothing-optional status removed, while others say work can be done to clean up behaviour on the beach.
Credit: Danielle Smith. Arakwal woman Delta Kay said she was "totally gutted" by the council's decision to keep the clothing optional section open. Delta Kay said she cried when council voted to keep the nude section of Tyagarah Beach.
However, Byron Naturalists member Duncan James said while there had been sexual behaviour on the beach for years, a concerted effort from his group and the police had made a "huge impact" on behaviour. Members of the Byron Naturalists group hand out pamphlets and ask the "small minority" who don't do the right thing to move on, he said. Byron Shire Mayor Simon Richardson voted to keep the clothing optional declaration at Tyagarah but only because an absent councillor would have voted that way.
Cr Richardson does not support the location. Cr Richardson he would like to see the clothing optional declaration moved to a beach closer to Byron Bay. While Mr James said the Byron Naturalists group was open to the clothing optional declaration being moved to a different location, there needed to be more community consultation. In the meantime, Mr James said good work was being done to keep it a "really clean, safe beach".
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