Animals

Roosters and Domestic Birds

Noise from roosters and domestic birds must comply with the table of assigned levels set out in the Environmental Protection (Noise) Regulations 1997 at all times.

The owner of any birds that are found to be causing a nuisance or are emitting unreasonable noise may be required to take whatever action necessary to prevent the emission of unreasonable noise.

For more information refer to Guidelines for the Keeping of Roosters and Application for Approval to Keep Roosters.


Barking Dogs

Refer to Community Safety.



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