Approval to operate a camping ground or caravan park (Burdekin) - Queensland

Service summary

Council regulates this activity under the Accommodation Licence. You should contact Council for further information.

Service type

Licence

A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.

Definition of terms

Accommodation

means a caravan or a complementary accommodation.

Camping ground

means a commercial camping ground or land approved by the local council for camping.

Commercial camping ground

means land that is made available, on a commercial basis, for camping but does not include a caravan park.

Complementary accommodation

prescribed as appropriate to caravan park is accommodation:

  • an on-site van
  • a cabin
  • a manufactured home
  • a tent or other structure that can be readily assembled and disasembled.
Environmental Harm

have the meaning given in the Environmental Protection Act 1994.

Environmental Nuisance

have the meaning given in the Environmental Protection Act 1994.

Facilities

means:

  • toilets
  • bathing or showering facilities
  • facilities for washing and drying clothes
  • facilities for cooking or food preparation
  • sporting and other recreational facilities
  • other facilities for the use or convenience of people using a camping ground.
Relocatable homes

means a Class 1 or Class 3 building under the Building Code of Australia (or its equivalent).

Site

means an area designated for a single accommodation of a particular type.

Prerequisites

Administering agency

Burdekin Shire Council

Local law(s) name

Burdekin Shire Council - Local Law 8 Rental Accommodation (with shared facilities) 2002

Contact details

Burdekin Shire Council


Operating address:
145 Young Street
AYR
Queensland 4807
Mailing address:
PO Box 974
AYR
Queensland 4807

Phone:

07 4783 9800

Fax:

07 4783 9999
burdekinsc@burdekin.qld.gov.au

Supporting information

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