A Port Macquarie man accused of allegedly breaching public health orders in Sydney in July remains under strict bail conditions until his next court appearance in Sydney on September 24.
Brady Kenneth Gunn, 45, is facing several charges in relation to contravening public health orders.
His case was heard briefly in Sydney's Downing Centre Court on September 10. He has not yet entered a plea.
Mr Gunn was arrested by police at a home in Oatley on July 31 after allegedly travelling on trains outside his local government area without a reasonable excuse.
He was charged at Kogarah Police Station for breaching a public health order and not wearing a fitted face covering in a public transport waiting area.
He appeared in Parramatta Local Court on August 1 where the magistrate granted conditional bail and banned Mr Gunn from using social media platforms.
Police will also allege that Mr Gunn was involved in organising an unauthorised protest.
A 'freedom march' brought together thousands of protestors for a mass rally along the streets of Sydney in July objecting to the state's lockdown laws.
Mr Gunn is named on Facebook as the leader of the movement A Stand In The Park.
A Stand In The Park, which widely promoted the Sydney march, shared numerous livestreams from the rally to an online audience of more than 41,000 followers.
A Stand In the Park gatherings have been held regularly in locations across the country.
At Friday's court hearing before Magistrate Freund, Mr Gunn was ordered to remain on bail conditions imposed on August 1 that state he is to report to Taree Police Station once a week.
Mr Gunn is also not to enter the Greater Sydney area bordered by Newcastle, Shellharbour and Lithgow except for the attendance at court and is to comply with any Public Safety Order until its expiry.
The accused is banned from accessing A Stand in the Park via any form of social media and in any way.