Embattled Opal Tower residents housed in accommodation booked out for the New Year's period might have to move a third time in days, in "another nuisance" admitted by the building's developer.
Anger boiled over among residents of the harrowed complex, who were told on Thursday they would need to leave for up to 10 days so a full-scale investigation could be conducted.
Stephen Goddard, chairman of the Owners Corporation Network of Australia, said that, in his experience, the saga would drag on far longer.
"Welcome to the Gypsy life," he said. "It's going to continue for a very long time. If you think 10 days is it, you're out of your mind."