Planning to hold an event within the Alpine Shire?
If you would like to organise an event in the Alpine Shire, you may need an event permit. Permits ensure public safety and amenity in public spaces and assist in the sustainable management of our parks and gardens.
Planning an Event
Planning to hold and an event in the Alpine Shire?
We encourage you to discuss your proposed event with the Events Development Team at Alpine Shire Council.
You will likely need an event permit if any of the following apply:
- your event is held on land managed by Council
- your event require changes to normal traffic conditions
- your event has the potential to impact public amenity
Please contact the Alpine Shire if you wish to conduct a demonstration, rally or protest or other form of public assembly.
What to Expect
Timeframes for an event permit vary depending on the complexity of each event. Applications should be submitted at least 6 weeks prior to the proposed event date for low impact events, and at least 3- 6 months for medium to high impact events.
There may be associated costs relating to your application and event. A summary of fees can be discussed with the Events Development Team prior to applying.
Below is an overview of the process demonstrating what to expect when applying to hold an event in a public space within the Alpine Shire.
- Read event permits and approvals
- Read event permit terms and conditions
- Read event permit requirements
- Pre-application meeting
- Prepare application
- Submit application and pay fees (if required)
- Council assesses application
- Further information request (if needed)
- Council assesses new information
- Final decision
- Event permit issued
- Post event evaluation
Please note, lodgement of an application does not guarantee availability of dates in the events calendar, booking of the venue or Council approval of the event.
Events Development Team
T: 03 5755 0555