Local Law 2 - Animal Management
Local Law 2 (Animal Management) 2011 (PDF,130kB) and Subordinate Local Law 2 (Animal Management) 2011 (PDF, 99kB) applies across the Fraser Coast region being originally gazetted on 14 February 2014 and amendments adopted 2 December 2015.
This law regulates and manages the keeping and control of animals within the local government area in a way that:
- Balances community expectations with the rights of individuals;
- Protects the community against risks to health and safety;
- Prevents pollution and other environmental damage and
- Protects the amenity of the local community and environment.
The Animal Management local law achieves this by providing for:
- The regulation of the keeping of animals in terms of how many, what type, how, and where animals can be kept:
- The prescription of minimum standards for keeping animals;
- The proper control of animals in public places and koala conservation areas;
- The management of dangerous or aggressive animals other than dogs;
- The seizure and destruction of animals in certain circumstances;
- The establishment and administration of animal pounds and
- To regulate the breeding of cats and dogs.
Local Law Urban Boundary Mapping
For the purposes of interpreting local laws the urban area is the area defined within the urban boundaries.
For maps for the Fraser Coast urban boundaries.
Copies of the local and subordinate laws can be purchased from Council's administration centres, 77 Tavistock Street, Torquay or 211-213 Adelaide Street, Maryborough.
Last updated 12/04/2018