Dry Zones

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What is a Dry Zone Area?

  A ‘Dry Zone Area’ is an area where the consumption or possession of alcohol is prohibited.

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Why do we have Dry Zones?

Dry Zones are public areas which have been declared alcohol-free in order to reduce alcohol related, public, anti-social behaviour as well as increase the sense of safety in the community.

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Where are Dry Zones?

There are currently a number of areas in the City of Marion which have been designated as Dry Zones, these locations are:

  • Capella Drive Reserve, Hallett Cove (including the Skate Park), 8.00pm - 8.00am
  • The Foreshore at Heron Way, Hallett Cove, 8.00pm - 8.00am
  • Hallett Cove Shopping Centre, 24 hours
  • Westfield Marion Shopping Precinct, 24 hours
  • Coastal Walking Trail from Marino to the Hallett Cove Headland, 24 hours
  • Olivier Terrace Reserve, Hallett Cove, 8.00pm - 8.00am

These restrictions apply seven days a week throughout the year.

The consumption and/or possession of alcohol is not permitted. This includes possessing alcohol in 'open containers'. A recorked or temporarily resealed container is still considered an open container.

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How do I know if I am in a Dry Zone?

Dry Zones are marked with specific signs, as per example below.          

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How are Dry Zones enforced?

Dry Zones are enforced by Police.

For Police attendance please telephone 131 444.

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