Lake Albert residents have complained that an increase in illegal fireworks being set off in their suburb has frightened their children and pets.
Following several blasts at close to midnight on Saturday night, residents took to the Lake Albert Neighbourhood Watch Facebook page.
"Seriously, one night without fireworks would be nice," one user posted.
"They were so close to my house this time. Scared the .... out of me," another posted.
Lake Albert resident and Neighbourhood Watch page administrator Kahla Hilton-Rogers told The Daily Advertiser that the fireworks had been going on for weeks.
"Saturday night was the latest. It woke the household up. It was so loud as it was so close this time," she said.
"It has been happening pretty much non-stop since the Queen's Birthday weekend. It's been pretty much every night.
Mrs Hilton-Rogers said the leftover material from fireworks had been found at Rawling Park and Ron Wheeler Park and one time at Apex Park.
People are asking each other to report everything to the police as there has been a lot of negative behavior in the area," she said.
"Speeding cars, burnouts and motorbikes have made their way over there as well.
"There's obviously some groups of people that have come to the area at nighttime."
Riverina Police District was contacted for comment but was unable to respond before publication.
Lake Albert resident Robert Lazzarini said issues like the fireworks and hooning drivers late at night had been round for a few years and did not bother him much.
"It's just something that happens. What its purpose is or who does it, I have no idea," he said.