Tourism and accommodation
Starting a new caravan park, taking over an existing park or, looking to provide amplified music in the special entertainment precinct? You may need a licence.
Council regulates caravan parks, camping grounds and entertainment venues operating within the special entertainment precinct. Starting a new caravan park, taking over an existing park or looking to hold amplified music within the special entertainment precinct? You may need a licence.
Amplified music venue
Council regulates entertainment venues operating within the special entertainment precinct. If you are planning to have amplified music in the Nambour special entertainment precinct you may need a permit under Local Law No 1 (Administration) 2011.
Visit the operation of an amplified music venue within a special entertainment precinct page for more information.
Caravan parks and camping
Council regulates accommodation (caravan) parks and camping grounds to ensure that they are maintained in a clean and hygienic condition and that they provide appropriate facilities. Complying with council's requirements will help provide a safe environment for your customers. Visit the Toolbox website for information on:
- when you need an approval
- how to apply
- how to comply, and
- other tools and resources.
Council no longer regulates commercial/prescribed accommodation premises. However before starting a new business, you must consider the following requirements:
- building, and
For more information visit the Toolbox website.