Two men and three woman will face court after unfurling banners urging government to bring refugees to Australia

Five people have been charged with trespassing after they allegedly climbed to the top of the Sydney Opera House to protest against the treatment of refugees on Manus Island.

Two men and three women all aged in their 20s will face court next month after they allegedly scaled the sails of the harbour landmark and unfurled banners calling for the government to bring refugees held on Manus Island to Australia.

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