The Federal Resort at Wallumbilla and the Royal on Ninety-9 at Roma have been amongst venues punished with fines of greater than $6,500 throughout the weekend operation in south-west Queensland.
Each cities are tons of of kilometres away from the closest-recorded COVID-19 case.
Plain clothed police and liquor licencing officers visited pubs at Wallumbilla, Roma and Injune to attempt to catch institutions for breaching strict state-wide hospitality guidelines aimed to cease the unfold of coronavirus.
The proprietor of Federal Resort at Wallumbilla claimed the authorities dined in her restaurant and deliberately breached social-distancing guidelines earlier than returning the next day and slapping the venue with a tremendous of $6,672.
“They fake to come back for lunch huge group. Positively broke COVID guidelines … they pushed and pulled their very own tables collectively and did not signal and register in (the) e book in (the) bar … They arrive again subsequent day to implement,” the proprietor stated in a social media publish.