The Noosa local law regulates and manages the ongoing use of short stay letting to reduce the impacts on permanent residents and residential amenity through a local management framework and code of conduct for guest behaviour.
A Noosa Shire Council Local Law for Short Term Accommodation (Administration (Amendment) Subordinate Local Law (No. 1) 2021), requires guests to behave in the following manner.
(i) each vehicle used by an occupant of the premises must—
(A) be stored in a manner that does not cause a
nuisance or inconvenience to adjoining premises;
(B) be parked within the parking facilities at the premises.
(ii) each occupant of the premises who enters, uses or occupies the premises, including any outdoor area of the premises, for example, an outdoor entertainment area, deck, balcony, swimming pool or spa, must not—
(A) detrimentally affect the residential amenity (including but not limited to noise, overlooking or light spill) enjoyed by residents adjoining, or in the vicinity of, the premises; or
(B) cause a nuisance (including a noise nuisance); or
(C) display unacceptable behavior, for example—
• loud aggressive behaviour;
• yelling, screaming, arguing;
• excessively loud cheering, clapping or singing;
(D) create a level of noise which is in excess of the acceptable levels described by Queensland Government legislation for environmental protection (noise);
(iii) an occupant of the premises must not sleep or camp on the premises in a tent, caravan, campervan or similar facility;
(iv) pets occupying the premises must be managed and not cause a nuisance (including a noise nuisance);
(v) each occupant of the premises must store general waste (including the separation of recyclable waste) produced as a result of the ordinary use or occupation of the premises in a waste container;
(vi) each occupant of the premises must ensure that the premises, including the grounds of the premises, are kept in a safe and tidy condition.