Temporary structures cannot be erected in public open space. Market umbrellas are allowed, these are to be weighted as pegging is strictly prohibited.
Food and Alcohol
Food and drinks can only be served to those patrons attending your wedding.
Depending on your food service plans the food and/ or drink vendors you engage may be required to register on Streatrader, the online temporary food permit system. In some circumstances a Statement of Trade will need to be lodged, at least five days before the event. It is the Permit Holders responsibility to ensure this has been actioned by the vendor, if necessary. Visit Streatrader and Temporary Food Permits for further information.
If your wedding is conducted in an alcohol exclusion zone as per the Local Law Consumption of Liquor’, it is strictly prohibited to serve alcohol at your wedding.
Materials such as confetti, rose petals or rice are not permitted as they can have an adverse effect to surrounding buildings, plants and trees.
Two Bali flags can be used. These should be secured with weights as it is strictly prohibited to peg into any ground.
Naked flame torches are strictly prohibited 365 days of the year.
A limit of twenty chairs and one arch is permitted, arch to be secured with weights as pegging is strictly prohibited.
Car parks cannot be reserved for any activity, local parking rules will apply and infringements may be issued.
Any vehicles, including bridal vehicles cannot enter any open space, beach or park.
The Crown Land (Reserves) Act does not allow for exclusive use of the space or for an area to be physically cordoned off from the public.
Permission is not required from Shire, however, if you wish to ensure a particular location is available at the date and time you require, Shire recommends submitting the attached application form to ensure that no other weddings are booked into the space.