Thousands of teenagers have started descending on the Gold Coast for the biggest end of school party since 2018, despite fresh fears over the new Covid outbreak.
An estimated 25,000 year 12 students are expected to show up at the popular hot spot this weekend to kick off the annual three-week schoolies shindig.
It comes after two years of Covid disruption to the annual Australian passage of rite, known for its wild out-of-control partying and non-stop celebrations.
An estimated 25,000 year 12 students are expected to show up on the Gold Coast (pictured, girls getting the shopping in) at the weekend to kick off the annual three-week celebrations
Pictured: Sophie Fraser, the ex-Voice star, busks in Surfers Paradise on Saturday
The latest Covid-19 upsurge in Omicron cases has one expert calling on party-goers to take precautions (pictured, partygoers on the Gold Coast)
School leavers can visit Recharge Zones within the Schoolies Hub and along the…