Just one night remains of week one Schoolies celebrations with police urging the teenagers to keep up the good behaviour.
Another 11 graduates were arrested on 12 charges after Day Six, mostly for public nuisance and drug possession offences.
It brought the total so far this year to 48, a number drastically down on 2017.
The toolies were marginally better behaved overnight with nine non-schoolies arrested on nine charges, also mostly for public nuisance and drug offences.
Meanwhile it was a busy night at the Ambulance Treatment Centre where 101 schoolies required help, 52 females and 49 males, while one was transported to hospital.
Once Queensland Schoolies celebrations wrap up on Friday, New South Wales and Victorian Schoolies will make their way to the Gold Coast tomorrow.