Queensland's Director of Public Prosecutions will ask the Supreme Court to review the bail granted by magistrates to two men alleged to be bikies.
The Queensland Police Service said on Wednesday it had talked to the DPP's office about the Maroochydore Magistrates Court's decision to grant bail to a 33-year-old man on Tuesday.
Late on Wednesday night, it released a statement saying the DPP's office had advised that it would file applications to the Supreme Court to review the bail for the 33-year-old and a 25-year-old man, who was bailed in the Holland Park Magistrates Court on October 18.
Alleged Rebels gang member Lorne James Campbell, who was charged with breaching bail conditions, was reportedly found by police with a key to the Rebels' Sunshine Coast clubhouse.
During a hearing in the Maroochydore Magistrates Court on Tuesday, Magistrate Bernadette Callaghan said police had alleged Campbell was a member of a bikie gang.
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But in granting him bail, she said the evidence "fell short" of establishing that.
Last Friday two Odin's Warriors members, charged under the government's new bikie gang laws, were released on bail by a Cairns magistrate.
In all three cases, police opposed bail.
Premier Campbell Newman on Wednesday told magistrates they must apply new laws aimed at criminal bikie gangs.