Noise nuisances, pollution & illegal dumping

Find advice on acceptable noise levels and times, air pollution and illegal dumping. Helpful information can also be found in Local Government Toolbox.

Matt sands old pailing gate
We only have jurisdiction to act on certain noise pollution issues and share the responsibility of noise control with other government bodies. The information below outlines which authorities to contact for various noise types.   Aircraft noise All aircraft noise - contact Airservices ...
Litter in shrubs
Littering and illegal dumping is unsightly and has significant health and safety risks for the environment and residents.  Definition of littering and/or dumping Littering and illegal dumping describes any waste items (e.g. refuse, debris, rubbish, cigarette butts, food materials) that have been ...
Air pollution nuisances (offensive smells, dust, light and smoke) that we have the authority to respond to: Dust occurring from the vacant land in preparation for subdivision or on residential land and some commercial land Light dust occurring on residential land and some commercial land Odour ...
The following fires are prohibited by subordinate local law (Community and Environmental Management) A fire which the material to be consumed is 2m x 2m or less (fires exceeding this size are covered under the Fire and Rescue Services Act administered ...
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