Hundreds of motorcyclists have turned out at locations around the country to protest anti-association laws either in place or being discussed in their respective states.

Crowds of up to 300 people turned out in Brisbane, Melbourne, Sydney and Adelaide on Saturday morning.

In Brisbane, the United Motorcycle Council of Queensland vowed to continue fighting against the Queensland Government’s anti-association laws.

The council held an independence day rally at Emma Miller Place to highlight their concerns.

It was attended by about 300 people.

The rally was peaceful even if the message was not.

The council is still angry with the former Newman government for introducing the Vicious Lawless Association Disestablishment (VLAD) laws in 2013.

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