Before You Begin

Applicants please ensure that you understand and agree to the following:
  • There may be additional legislation, codes of practice and guidelines required, in addition to the information listed in this application.
  • A bond will be charged for all events held in Shire of Denmark Halls.
  • The event may also attract fees.
  • The application maybe subject to change.
  • There may be other requirements not mentioned in this application, which may be necessary for you to conduct the event.
  • There may be other permissions or licences required from other agencies
  • No liability is accepted by the Shire of Denmark for any failure of the applicant to conduct the event(s).
  • Incomplete applications may not be considered.
  • Unsubmitted applications will not be considered.

You must familiarise yourself with the:

You will need to upload/submit attachments to support your application. This is very simple, but requires you to have the documents saved on your computer, or on a storage device ready to go.

Events that will need to submit a Risk Management Plan could include

(but are not limited to):

  • events that require attendee participation such as, fun runs, marathons, surfing competitions, surf life saving, motorbike racing, bicycle races, swimming competitions
  • events where alcohol consumption is likely
  • high risk / extreme events which have a history of serious medical incidents at similar events
  • fairs with carnival rides
  • events that are scheduled over a long duration of time (more than one day)

Document Templates

All items marked with an asterix must be submitted with your application, you will be unable to complete this application form without these documents. 

If you require assistance with you Emergency or Risk Management plan it is recommended that you contact Lee Shelley at the Shire of Denmark  on
(08) 9848 0300

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 COVID-19 Disclaimer: The Shire of Denmark will continue to assess events in accordance with the requirements of the Health (Public Buildings) Regulations 1992, however event organisers must understand that approval by local government does not guarantee that the event will proceed. Local governments can process event applications, granting conditional approval in anticipation of the relevant restrictions being lifted by the time the event is due to take place.