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We are currently developing an integrated booking solution to allow for booking online of all bookable venues. Please contact us direct until we have this in place – firstname.lastname@example.org.
This application form is to be used when applying to use a Waratah-Wynyard Council (WWC) facility. Applications should be submitted to WWC a minimum of 4 weeks prior to the requested use to guarantee the achievement of any required permits or the preparation of the facility.
Provision of all required information is compulsory. Approval will not be provided without it.
Applicants need to accept WWC’s terms and conditions of facility use and the fees and charges that apply to the hire of WWC facilities.
You Can Save and Resume this application using the button at the bottom of this page.
Some activities associated with the use of WWC facilities require licences or permits, the provision of a risk management plan or the application for the hire of WWC equipment
The following outlines documentation that might be required.
The sale of alcohol at WWC facilities or public reserves requires a liquor permit. The consumption of alcohol at WWC venues, not covered by a liquor permit, requires WWC’s General Manager’s written permission.
Requests must be in writing and directed to WWC’s General Manager via WWC’s postal or email address, email@example.com.
Please attach liquor permit or Council's General Managers permission.
If you dont have these forms completed and ready to upload, you can click the Save & Continue button below and resume the application at a later time.
You will require a Temporary Food Permit (TFP) signed by a relevant Council officer
WWC offers advice on the registration of kitchens and canteens and the need for a TFP or otherwise.
Temporary Occupancy Permit - signed by a relevant Council officer or building surveyor - or current engineering certificate that applies to the structure to be used.
WWC’s public liability insurance covers casual one-off users of WWC facilities but is offered at the discretion of WWC and is based on a $500 excess.
Regular/Seasonal use of Council Facilities requires the organisation to posses Public Liability Insurance
All regular users must provide a risk management plan and can find related information here: Managing Risk at WWC Facilities.(opens in another window)
One off uses with a low level of risk and low participation numbers might not be required to do so. Please discuss this with WWC staff.
Please sign the application based on the following conditions:
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