Short Stay Letting and Home Hosted Accommodation Local Law
On 21 October 2021, Noosa Council adopted a new local law for short stay letting and home hosted accommodation. The new local law commenced on 1 February 2022.
The local law regulates and manages the ongoing use of short stay letting to reduce the impacts on permanent residents and residential amenity through a local management framework and code of conduct for guest behaviour. Conditions will be placed on the approval which must be adhered to, including requirements for a local contact persons to deal with complaints and a code of conduct for guest behaviour.
Approval is required for all existing and new properties operating short stay letting or home hosted accommodation, unless identified as exempt. A one-off application must be made to Council under the local law which requires annual renewal.
Short Stay Letting
How the local law applies to short stay letting.
Home Hosted Accommodation
How the local law applies to home hosted accommodation.
Applications, fees and renewals
Lodging an application and fees .
Complaints and statistics
How to lodge a complaint and local law statistics.
View the local laws in Noosa
Good management guideline
Managing short stay letting and home hosted accommodation.