Signage

Noosa Council has local laws related to advertising devices/ signage in the Shire, with the aim of preserving the Shire’s unique visual amenity.  

A new Local Law is effective on February 28, 2020 outlining the standards, required approvals and fees (where applicable) associated with having signage for your business in Noosa Shire. 

The new requirements will initially regulate prohibited signage and temporary signage. Permanent signage will continue to be regulated by The Noosa Plan 2006 until the new Noosa Plan takes effect.

The following temporary signs are regulated under the new local law and do not require an approval.  The new local law specifies the requirements that must be met for these sign types.

  • Development / construction site hoarding
  • Elections signs
  • Event directional signs
  • Real estate signs
  • Real estate directional signs
  • Garage signs
  • Prize home direction signs
  • Sandwich board / A-frame signs.

The new local law also lists signage types that are prohibited in Noosa Shire. Of particular note is that:

  • tear drop flags are now prohibited.
  • directional signs for markets signs are not classified as event signs and are therefore prohibited.

Noosa Council has local laws related to advertising devices/ signage in the Shire, with the aim of preserving the Shire’s unique visual amenity.  

A new Local Law is effective on February 28, 2020 outlining the standards, required approvals and fees (where applicable) associated with having signage for your business in Noosa Shire. 

More information below: 

Local Law Information 

Noosa Council has local laws related to advertising devices/ signage in the Shire, with the aim of preserving the Shire’s unique visual amenity.  

A new Local Law is effective on February 28, 2020 outlining the standards, required approvals and fees (where applicable) associated with having signage for your business in Noosa Shire.