Current Local Laws
Under the Local Government Act 2009 (Act), Council may make and enforce any local law that is necessary or convenient for the good rule and local government of its area. The term "local law" includes "subordinate local law".
Following amalgamation of the former local government areas comprising Gladstone City, Calliope Shire and Miriam Vale Shire Councils, Gladstone Regional Council made a new set of local laws replacing the local laws of those former Councils. These local laws commenced on the 1 December 2011.
Since 1 December 2011, these local laws may have been amended in accordance with the provisions of the Act.
The current local laws (including consolidated versions of any amended local laws) appear below.
Further Information on Local Laws:
Click here to connect to the Department of Local Government and Planning web site to view more information on local laws.
Local Law Register
Click here to view Council's Local Law Register
Notices of Making Local Laws
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