A NSW man has lost his licence and been charged with drink-driving after being nabbed by police twice on Australia Day.
Police charged the man with two high-range drink-driving offences after being stopped twice within hours in the state's north on Wednesday.
Officers were notified of a Mazda driving in a dangerous manner near the Captain Cook Lookout at Nambucca Heads around 4.40pm.
Police say they stopped the car and gave the 39-year-old driver a roadside breath test, which returned a positive result.
He was arrested and later given a secondary breath analysis which allegedly returned a reading of 0.203 at Nambucca Heads Police Station.
He was charged with high-range PCA and his driver's licence was suspended.
The same car was spotted around 7.30pm at Nambucca Heads and police gave the same driver another breath test, which again returned a positive result.
The man was arrested and taken to Macksville Police Station, where he underwent a secondary breath analysis which allegedly returned a reading of 0.191.
He was charged with two more offences - driving with high-range PCA and driving while suspended.
The Nambucca Heads man was refused bail and will appear at Port Macquarie Local Court on Thursday.
Australian Associated Press