Event Guide & Application

**Following the declaration by the Victorian Government of a State of Emergency in response to Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic the Mornington Peninsula Shire has made a number of decisions to ensure the safety of our community. 

To protect our community, particularly those who are more vulnerable, and do our part to flatten the curve of this pandemic, we are postponing, cancelling or modifying delivery of non-essential services, programs, events and activities. 

As a result, we advise that the Event Permits team will not be issuing any event, filming, street stall, wedding or signage permits until further notice.**

 

  

 Event Planning Guide 

If you are planning on holding an event on Council owned land, you are required to submit an application for an event permit. Please read the Event Planning Guide and Event Policy (link below) to ensure you are familiar with the necessary requirements.      

Download: Event Planning Guide(PDF, 2MB)

Event Application Fees

 Events Fees 2019-2020.PNG

Download: Event Application Fees(PDF, 200KB)

Events Policy

The Events Policy guides decision making in the operational functions of the organisation and provides a transparent procedural framework regarding the delivery of events within the Mornington Peninsula Shire.  Please note the Policy requires that an event application is submitted six months prior to the intended event (12 months prior for High Impact events).  Download a copy of our Events Policy.      

Download: Events Policy(PDF, 791KB)

Apply to hold an event on Shire land

Submit an application

Please note: when completing the form you are able to save your progress and return to the form at any stage to complete in full.

Upon submission of the application, the Events team will conduct an initial assessment of the application to determine its overall community impact: Low, Medium or High. Following this, an invoice for the application fee will be issued.   

Enquiries

Events Team
Phone: 1300 850 600 
Email: events@mornpen.vic.gov.au