Soccer fields, retailers and Taronga Western Plains Zoo are among the latest targets of Dubbo residents frustrated and worried about breaches in social distancing in the city.
On the Daily Liberal's Facebook page they have also made suggestions aimed at reducing the risk of contracting COVID-19 during and after a busy school- holiday period when visitors to the city include Sydneysiders and Victorians.
Prime Minister Scott Morrison told the nation in April that it could be a year before social distancing restrictions were eased.
Recent visitors to Dubbo have declared residents "too relaxed" about keeping their distance with many Daily Liberal Facebook page users subsequently agreeing.
On Wednesday, after the Daily Liberal posted a story about families having "outings" in shopping centres, Tara Weekes pointed to the soccer fields.
"Kids' sport is just as bad," she wrote.
"The first week back for junior soccer and it was clear to only have one person/parent/carer per child playing to observe on side of field and to space out around the fields... that didn't happen at all."
The first week back for junior soccer and it was clear to only have one person/parent/carer per child playing to observe on side of field and to space out around the fields... that didn't happen at all.Tara Weekes
Penni Brydon had previously told of "unsupervised kids racing around" in stores and people blocking aisles.
Narelle Grant wrote: "I wish supermarkets would make aisles one way, and shops would make more of an effort to enforce social distancing and use of hand sanitiser."
Stephen Williams told of the zoo being "absolutely packed today and people were not keeping apart" while Lyndal Cook was shocked by resistance to requests to social distance.
"I know that standing in line for tickets and people were so close," she said.
"When told to back up and give 1.5 metres they were appalled at being told to social distance."
Daily Liberal Facebook page users also defended families going to shopping centres, for example to attend the cinema.
"Everyone has different circumstances," Emily-jane Martin added.
John Henderson argued kids needed "a break out of the house" but Ali Grabianski reminded him of the coronavirus pandemic.
"Not really a good enough excuse considering the pandemic and the lives at risk," she wrote.
"You could explore/wander through parks rather than the shops."