Bachelor star cleverly uses ‘Byron bubble’ to host 30th birthday celebrations with interstate friends
It’s her birthday, and she’ll party if she wants to.
Bachelor babe Noni Janur certainly wasn’t willing to let the coronavirus pandemic dampen her milestone 30th celebrations this month.
The 2016 reality TV star cleverly used Byron Bay’s ‘border bubble’ to host a get-together that her interstate friends and family could easily attend.
Party must go on: Bachelor star Noni Janur (pictured) cleverly used ‘Byron bubble’ to host 30th birthday celebrations with her interstate friends and family in Queensland
From October 1, Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk extended the Queensland-New South Wales border bubble to Byron Bay, Lismore, Richmond Valley, Glen Innes and Ballina.
Queenslander are free to cross the border after securing a Border Declaration Pass through the Queensland Government website and agreeing to only travel to the approved areas of NSW that are included in the ‘border bubble’.
Making the most of the exemptions, Noni decided to meet her friends and relatives within the coastal town of Byron Bay.
‘I’m sad that I’m unable to cross the QLD border to see my friends and fam for my birthday later on this month, but I’m grateful that I was able to meet them half way for an early birthday celebration,’ she said.
‘Thank you to everyone that made my weekend so special,’ Noni added.
Hip hip hooray! Making the most of the exemptions, Noni decided to meet her friends and relatives within the coastal town of Byron Bay. Pictured with BIP co-star Megan Marx
‘I’m grateful that I was able to meet them half way’: Noni thanked her pals for making the weekend ‘so special’ despite coronavirus border measures preventing her from going to QLD