Byron Bay: Protest against Netflix series in Australian surfer’s paradise

Byron Bay: Protest against Netflix series in Australian surfer's paradise

Residents of the Australian coastal city of Byron Bay have plans with their surfboards NetflixThe series performed. He made a circle at sea on Tuesday, with a line through the middle as a symbol of “no”, as shown in the local media. The series “Byron Bais” is scheduled to take place in popular seaside resorts, but many residents fear negative impacts to their hometown on Australia’s east coast.

“You will have a hard time finding a person to support the streaming service plan,” Mayor Simon Richardson told public broadcaster ABC. The area already attracts 2.5 million visitors in the first year and does not require any additional tourists who will be fascinated by the “dull sight”.

Love that is not returned

Streaming service Netflix previously announced that it would portray Instagram influencers in “Byron Bais”. The series promises “fights, affairs and heartbreak” and is a “love letter” to the coastal community.

However, love has not returned. Around 8,000 people joined an online petition and asked the local council not to give the film a permit to the series. Some local companies also refused to allow filming on their premises.

Byron Bay has attracted many Hollywood stars Chris Hemsworth And Zac Efron on its shores. The already high house prices continued to rise, so that some locals could no longer afford housing.

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