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Local laws in Noosa Local laws in Noosa

On 7 May 2015, Noosa Shire Council adopted a new suite of local laws. These new laws incorporate the State Government’s model local laws and a number of subordinate local laws which provide more detailed provisions specifically tailored for the Noosa Shire.

The new Noosa local laws came into effect on 1 July 2015.

Local laws help to regulate a range of activities to ensure the good governance, health and safety of communities in the shire and address issues such as:

  • parking
  • keeping animals
  • approvals for activities
  • neighbourhood nuisances (e.g. noise, illegal dumping, graffiti)
  • bathing reserves
  • dog off-leash areas
  • abandoned vehicles.

Local Laws Register

Local Law

Subordinate Local Law

Repealed local law

Local Law No.1 
(Administration) 2015

Subordinate Local Law No 1 (Administration) 2015

Local Law No. 1 (Administration) 2011

Local Law No.2 (Animal Management) 2015

Subordinate Local Law No 2 (Animal Management) 2015

Local Law No. 2 (Animal Management) 2011

Local Law No.3 (Community
& Environmental Management)
2015

Subordinate Local Law No 3 (Community & Environmental Management) 2015

Local Law No. 3 (Community Health and Environmental Management) 2011

Local Law No.4
(Local Government Controlled
Areas, Facilities, & Roads) 2015

Subordinate Local Law No 4 (Local Government Controlled Areas, Facilities, & Roads) 2015

Local Law No. 4 (Local Government Controlled Areas, Facilities, Infrastructure and Roads) 2011

Local Law No.5(Parking) 2015 

Subordinate Local Law No 5 (Parking) 2015

Local Law No.5 (Parking) 2011

Local Law No.6 (Bathing Reserves) 2015 

Subordinate Local Law No 6 (Bathing Reserves) 2015

Local Law No. 6 (Bathing Reserves) 2011

 

In order to repeal each local law, Noosa Council, on 4 June 2015, made the Noosa Shire Council (Repealing) Local Law (No. 1) 2015.

As part of the Local Law making process the new Noosa local laws and the subordinate local laws have been reviewed to ensure that they do not contain significant anti-competitive provisions.

Copies of the local laws are available for review from Council's customer service centre and libraries and the Local Laws Database.