Pamphlets and product samples
Distributing pamphlets, leaflets and samples is a great way to promote products, services or causes.
Please note you may need to notify NSW Police and have public risk insurance cover of at least $10 million indemnifying the City.
Any application for the distribution of food or drink samples, or ones likely to generate excessive noise, may require additional approvals from the City's Public Health Unit. Contact the unit 02 9265 9220 to check the requirements.
Please note: other authorities are in charge of other parts of the City and may implement different rules or fees and charges. See the Other authorities table below for more information.
Personal training and group fitness classes
The City does not impose fees on personal trainers who conduct fitness classes in our parks and reserves. However, we recommend trainers call the City on the number below before they start conducting classes.
Keep in mind that neighbouring authorities and councils may have different rules and regulations. Personal trainers are required to pay a fee, for example, to operate in the Domain, which is part of the City but owned by the Royal Botanic Gardens.
Woollahra Council, which is in charge of the eastern side of Rushcutters Bay Park, imposes fees on personal trainers, and implements time restrictions if their programs are excessively noisy.
See the table below for other organisations that have responsibility for policing personal trainers in some parts of the City.
Buskers need to apply for approval before they can perform (in permitted areas only) in the City. Find out more about the busking application process.
For more information, please contact your nearest Neighbourhood Service Centre or call:
Tel: 02 9265 9333
|Centennial Parklands||Centennial Park and Moore Park|
|RailCorp||Inside train stations (Leaflet enquiries: Australian Posters)|
|Royal Botanic Gardens and Domain Trust||The Royal Botanic Gardens, The Domain|
|Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority||Circular Quay, First Fleet Park
Museum of Contemporary Art forecourt
|Sydney Opera House||Sydney Opera House forecourt|
Last updated: Friday, 24 May 2013