Park fees

Some park uses incur fees. Use this page to find out about park fees, security bonds and other fees.

Park activities with fees

The table below includes fees for activities in parks for the current financial year (from 1 July 2018 to 30 June 2019).

Table showing fees for park activities for period from 1 July 2015 to 30 June 2016.
Park activityFee (including Goods and Services Tax)
Booking a designated site$166.65 per hour (minimum 2 hours)
Activities and events with up to 100 attendees$386.90 per day
Activities and events with 101 to 500 attendees$602.50 per day
Activities and events with 501 to 2000 attendees$840.25 per day
Activities and events with more than 2000 attendees$1092.30 per day
Mobile food vendor$71.20 per month or $556.95 per year
Recreation equipment hire business$71.70  per month or $557 per year
Commercial sport and fitness classes, personal training, animal training, education and life skills training, health and well-being activitiesFree up to 10 participants
For over 10 participants, $111.35 per month or $1109.40 per year

Organisations listed in Appendix A of Council's published schedule of fees and charges may be exempted from consent fees.

Some activities or events may also require a current public liability insurance policy for a minimum of $20 million (e.g. jumping castle providers).

Security bonds

Depending on the type of activity or event and/or equipment you want to bring into a park, you may need to pay a security bond beforehand. 

If your security bond is not paid, the park use consent for your activity or event will be cancelled. 

If your activity or event causes damage to the park and/or the park is not properly cleaned and tidied after your activity or event, Council may keep part or all of your security bond to restore the park to its original condition.

Other charges

Other charges may apply for services provided by Council for activities or events, such as electricity, cleaning and any additional function set-up costs.

Last updated:7 May 2019