There are reports of tourists causing havoc all over the South West and Peel regions. From the peaceful shores of Binningup to the Harvey Dam, the complaints keep rolling in and locals are not happy about their towns being disrespected by visitors. Once again the dams have been targeted by troublemakers during marron season. The Reporter has received numerous complaints since our previous story on campers illegally lighting camp fires at the dam during a total fire ban. Witnesses claim people at Harvey Dam are catching undersized marron, littering and engaging in antisocial behaviour. Harvey shire president Paul Gillett encouraged people to think about how their behaviour could impact other people in public places. The Shire of Harvey does not manage the Harvey Dam, as the land is owned and managed by Water Corporation. Residents have criticised the Water Corporation for not having a big enough presence on the ground. The Water Corporation has told the Reporter it conducts routine checks of the area. Binningup is not immune to the idiotic behaviour. A resident was extremely fed up to catch three different instances of people travelling on the roof of a car to the beach. Anyone who witnesses illegal behaviour is encouraged to call the police. Police have been patrolling holiday hotspots to keep the community safe. Harvey Police had a big presence at Logues Brook Dam on Australia Day after previous Australia Day weekends at local dams had caused issues.