The popular tourist spot is bucking the state-wide trend of a decline in assaults with the latest figures showing a 20 per cent jump since 2010.
Scott Weber from the Police Association says the Office of Liquor Gaming and Racing needs to enforce the same rules it introduced in Newcastle four years ago.
"This is where OLGA - the Office of Liquor Gaming and Racing actually has to do their job," he said.
"They have to go there and make sure they put monitored restrictions in place like we saw in Newcastle. That is restrictions in trading hours.
"Why can't we do this in Byron Bay? Why aren't OLGA doing this?"