Around 13,500 people attended the Sydney leg, and police conducted 76 searches, resulting in 18 drug detections. 10 people were also refused entry at the main gates, while four people were removed from within the event.
“It was really positive to see people having a good time and heeding police warnings,” said Parramatta Police Area Commander, Superintendent Julie Boon.
“The small number of people who ignored our advice about illegal activity were dealt with accordingly. Police worked closely with the promoter to ensure the event ran smoothly.”
A Queensland Police Service spokesperson said “police were generally happy with the conduct of those attending” the Brisbane leg of the festival at Brisbane Showgrounds on Sunday, despite “a small number of public order issues both inside and within the vicinity of the RNA [Showgrounds]”.
“There were a small number of arrests which mainly related to the possession of drugs as well liquor and public order offences,” the spokesperson said.
“Police would continue to encourage any persons attending events such as Good Things to consider their own personal safety, particularly when making personal choices with respect to the consumption of intoxicating substances.”
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