Shipp, who usually resides in South Australia, was charged with failing to comply with a direction under the Emergency Management Act and taken to the Perth watchhouse.
The 25-year-old appeared in Perth Magistrates Court on Friday and was released on bail.
He has since been transferred to a high-security quarantine facility, where he will remain until his next court appearance on January 11.
The news of the man’s breach comes after a woman walked out of the Pan Pacific Hotel and roamed Perth for 12 hours last weekend, sparking an extensive police search.
Jenny D’Ubios, 49, spent a day travelling around Perth, boarding a bus to Fremantle and heading to Warnbro before taking a taxi to Rockingham Hospital, where she was arrested by police.
Ms D’Ubios, who arrived in Perth from Spain, had previously posted on social media before leaving the hotel warning she would “walk out”, and calling on someone to come and help her.
The breach raised questions about security in WA’s hotels and led to a review of the Emergency Management Act, which was amended on Tuesday to give greater powers to security guards to enforce mandatory quarantine.
The police officers who intercepted Shipp had been deployed to enforce the new security measures at the hotel until additional security guards were employed.
Breaching directions made under the Emergency Management Acts can result in on-the-spot $1000 fines for individuals while serious breaches carry fines of up to $50,000 or 12 months’ jail.