Amusement device licences
Use of Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (Drones)
Fire permits and fireworks displays
Event organisers are responsible for ensuring that the sale of food is managed safely and appropriately, and that all food sellers are aware of their food safety obligations.
If you have food sellers at your market or event you may need to obtain a Health Registration Certificate.
The organiser is responsible for gathering and vetting all relevant food safety information from participating food sellers.
If you would like advice on the requirements and permits necessary for your event you can make an appointment with one of our environmental health officers. Inspections of the site and any food selling facilities may be carried out. Essential services like water, hygiene and other facilities should be provided.
Food sellers and permits
Some exceptions apply to charitable non-profit organisations. Details about traders and what they intend to provide is required for all events where food is provided or available for sale.
More information about selling food at events can be found on our Market and Events webpage.
- you are intending to sell, consume or supply liquor
- there is a liquor ban in place at your chosen event location
Stall, craft and trading licences
Temporary structures/buildings permits
- Marquee over 100 square metres
- Complex marquee
- Stage over 1m high
- Scaffold structure
- Portable building
- Temporary artwork
Lakes and rivers
Extending shop trading hours