Pebble Beach, the popular fishing spot on the northern beaches of the Sunshine Coast, has been dubbed Australia’s “pebbled beach” and has seen a rise in the number of people seeking shelter in the city.
However, the local government’s guidelines on where to set up shelter in Sydney’s CBD have changed a lot in recent years, with the exception of a handful of areas around the city centre.
“We are a very small town, and it’s difficult to get shelter in our own city,” said Pebbles resident Jennifer, who asked not to be named.
“If you need a place to stay in our town, it’s like a city.
But the city of Sydney is far from the only place where locals are turning to Pebblers to stay safe and sound. “
But the city has really grown and is much nicer and it has a different feel to it.”
But the city of Sydney is far from the only place where locals are turning to Pebblers to stay safe and sound.
In Melbourne, people are also using Pebbled Beach as a safe haven from the city’s heavy air pollution, which is blamed for increasing the risk of heart attacks and strokes.
Pebbler Mariana was among the people who set up a makeshift shelter in her backyard in the suburb of Richmond, near to the city, in August.
“It was very hot in the summertime, and we had to put a bucket on top of the front door and close it,” she told Al Jazeera.
“I thought that would help keep me cool.”
However, after more than two weeks, she found out she would need to move because she could no longer afford to live there.
“They are really strict on staying there.
I was told that I could have to move back to Melbourne because of the pollution.”
She said the decision to move was a tough one, but she was determined to make the best of it.
“The pebbles are the perfect thing to put on a blanket and sleep on, and I love pebbled beaches,” she said.
While Mariana said she had no regrets about the decision, others were more concerned about the air pollution around Pebblers and the fact that the city was one of the world’s largest air polluters. “
As a person, I’m still not used to being outside.”
While Mariana said she had no regrets about the decision, others were more concerned about the air pollution around Pebblers and the fact that the city was one of the world’s largest air polluters.
“Pebblers are not the only ones suffering from air pollution.
We have been hearing for years that the air quality in Sydney is really bad,” said Mariana.
However Mariana and others are not alone in their concerns. “
For a lot of people, they are living in the middle of nowhere, so it’s really scary.”
However Mariana and others are not alone in their concerns.
“In my experience, Pebbly is a very safe place,” said Jennifer.
“You can’t go anywhere without a tent or a fire.
There’s not much we can do about it.” “
Also, there are so many other people in the area who have also been affected by the pollution.
There’s not much we can do about it.”
While Pebbble is a popular place to find shelter, the city itself has a reputation for being a hotbed of crime.
In May, a young man was killed when a group of youths robbed a bank at gunpoint, leading police to call for more vigilance.
Police said they are investigating a number of other robberies in the last few years, and warned that crime in the CBD is likely to rise further in the future.
“Sydney has been plagued by a lot more robberies in recent months, and in my opinion, the more people you can get away with, the better,” said NSW Police Assistant Commissioner Catherine Burnham.
“At this stage, the police do not have any idea how many people have died in robberies.”
While the number one concern for Pebbelis is the risk to their health, many other residents are also concerned about crime and the overall quality of life in the community.
“Everyone is just trying to cope, but it’s hard to get used to living here,” said the mother of two, who requested anonymity.
“Every day I go to the bank and the shops are empty, because nobody’s there.
There are only a few places in town that are open.”
While it is hard to quantify the impact of crime in Pebelebbles, the number is growing.
Last month, police in Sydney reported an increase in robberies in that city, and an increase of about 1,300 per day.
“Police are concerned about increasing crime in our community,” Burnham said.
“They’ve had to increase patrols in the areas surrounding Pebbele.
There is a big increase in the amount of people who come in the evenings, and they