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Medium and high Impact events both require a permit.
A medium impact event has 500 - 3000 people, along with:
A High impact event has over 3000 people, along with:
If you wish to allow overnight camping on any Council owned property, a Camping Permit is required. This permit will only be issued where approved if suitable showers, toilets and laundry facilities are available.
Please contact our Events Team on 03 5722 0888 or via email on firstname.lastname@example.org to check availability of the space or venue.
Please read through the Standard Conditions(PDF, 133KB) that apply to our Event Permits.
To apply for an medium or high impact event permit you'll need to submit the following documents:
If your proposed site is over 500m2 or it will be enclosed by fencing, then you will need to get a Place of Public Entertainment permit.
If your event requires people to camp overnight, you will need to apply for Camping Permit. You will also need to submit a separate site plan, Risk Management Plan and Emergency Management plan for the campground and facilities.
You can submit your applications via:
We will provide approval via email within 30 day (Medium impact) and 90 days (High Impact) if successful.
Remember to submit your permits at least:
If you event allows or offers overnight camping on Council owned property, a camping permit is required. These permits will only be issued where approved showers, toilets and laundry facilities are available.
Find out more about camping permits or apply here.
To help make you event accessible to everyone, read our Inclusive Events Guide.(PDF, 254KB)