This story will have enormous implications for people's holiday plans, not just on the Central Coast but in places like Port Stephens, Byron Bay and especially the Blueys Beach/Pacific Palms area, where properly that meets the legal requirements for short term accommodation is definitely in the minority. Very real risk of putting your money down and have your holiday plans fall through and possibly find it hard to retrieve your money. I would definitely be sticking with accommodation that meets those requirements and with the laws of supply and demand, making my holiday bookings well ahead of when I wanted to take them.
Careful before booking any short-term accommodation on NSW Coast
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