Outdoor dining provides additional seating, offers new alfresco options for your business, and creates a vibrant street atmosphere. To obtain a street trading permit or permission to construct an outdoor dining deck, please visit the outdoor dining decks and permits page
The Food Act 2008
exempts certain types of food businesses from
registration requirements, including fundraising events, certain packaged food, providing complimentary drinks in conjuction with another kind of business or food businesses conducted at a registered commercial kitchen.
While exempted food businesses are not subject to the same registration requirements, they must still notify the City of their intention to operate, and provide the City with:
To obtain approval for a temporary food stall, please notify the City and complete the Application for Approval to Operate a Temporary Food Stall
All temporary food stalls must conform with standards set out in the Food Act 2008
(PDF, 404KB) and the Food Standards Australia New Zealand website
For further information, please email the Environmental Health Team
or call 9237 9222.
If your business prepares, packs, stores, handles, serves, or supplies food from home for sale to the public you must obtain a licence through the City of Subiaco.
To apply, you must make a written submission outlining your proposal. You may also require town planning approval from the City
to produce foods at home.
Home-produced food must comply with the health standards set out for residential kitchens, and all home-produced food products must be labelled correctly. For information about health standards, food labelling and compliance for home-produced foods, refer to Food Standards Australia New Zealand website
, the Food Act 2008
or call the City on 9237 9222.
A section 40 permit is required to support a new liquor licence and the request to modify an existing liquor licence.
• Section 40 Application Form