Public health and welfare

The Borough of Queenscliffe is responsible for a number of services that promote, protect and provide public health initiatives and services within the community.

The Environmental Health Officer's role is to fulfil Council's statutory obligations and health performance objectives as set out in the Municipal Public Health and Wellbeing Plan and the Council Plan.

Council manages requests with regard to food premises (fixed, temporary and mobile) registration, health premises registration (accommodation, hairdressers and beauty establishments), swimming pools and spas, nuisance complaints, Tobacco Act education, septic tank systems, communicable diseases and emergency management.

Council's Environmental Health Officer is available to provide advice around these areas and is also responsible for surveillance and investigating complaints.


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Food safety

Food safety
Food premises


Coronavirus information
Supporting local traders through COVID-19

Fire and extreme heat

Fire safety and alerts
Fire safety in the home

Medical care

Medical services

Information and fact sheets

Asbestos awareness
Communicable diseases
Mosquito control
Noise control
Tobacco education
Water quality

Forms and guidelines

Forms and guidelines