Requirements for common mall activities

Permits are required for busking, vehicle access, scaffolding and hoarding, and outdoor dining. Notification to Council is also required for rallies, demonstrations or procession activities. 

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Busking in malls

You need a licence if you want to busk in the Queen Street Mall, Reddacliff Place and Valley Malls. Find out the requirements and how to apply.

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Rallies, demonstrations and processions in malls

If you are planning a procession, rally, demonstration or other such gathering in Queen Street, Valley Malls or Reddacliff Place about matters of public concern under the Peaceful Assembly Act 1992, you will need to notify Council. Find out about the application and notification process.

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Applying for special events in malls

Queen Street and Valley Malls are popular locations for special events to promote a personal idea, belief or pastime. Find out the different processes to request consent for commercial and non-commercial promotional activities.

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Vehicle access to malls

Find out when vehicles are permitted to access malls and learn more about the vehicle access permit application.

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Outdoor dining in malls

Food premises located in Queen Street and Valley Malls can apply for a permit that allows outdoor dining. This includes placing dining tables and dining chairs in the mall space directly outside their establishment.

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Working in malls – building and scaffolding

Learn about the restrictions that apply to building and scaffolding in malls and find out about the permit application process.

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Fundraising near malls

Registered charities can apply to collect funds on specific footways adjacent to the Queen Street and Valley Malls. Find out the requirements and how to apply.