Will I need any permits for my event? If so, will you handle obtaining them?

Question Asked: 28/05/2019 Wedding Date: 9/08/2018


Most Helpful Response

Woodfire Desire

Albury/Wodonga, Central Victoria, Wagga Wagga and surrounds

(17) Posted: 3/06/2022

As a caterer, Woodfire Desire would look after any permits required.

(0) Posted: 10/01/2022

If the event is a prepaid event at a private venue no permit is required but if we will sell alcohol by the glass on your behalf a liquor permit will be required. We can organise that.


(5) Posted: 20/04/2021

Hi there

Thank you for enquiring about Permits for your Wedding.

Nutmeg and Pepper Catering can provide you with the number of our Event Planner who will arrange your permits for holding your Wedding in Parks/Beaches or other Public areas and will also discuss if there is any cost involved such as for keys to access the event site for the Caterers, Marquis Installers and Wedding Stylers.

If you are holding the event on your own property or private property you will only need to ensure your Bar is set up by a Licenced Supplier or if supplying your own you will need to hire a Bar Person with a RSA Certification. Nutmeg and Pepper have several Bar Staff available to book for your Wedding if required.

Hope that answers your question and feel free to contact us if you require any further assistance.

Thanks and Regards

Nutmeg and Pepper Boutique Catering Team


Swagmans Spit Roast

Brisbane, Ipswich, Gold Coast, Sunshine Coast and Surrounds

(4) Posted: 24/09/2019

You may need a permit if your event is being held in a public area owned by the council such as botanical gardens or a local park or lake. You will need to register your event with the Council in that area and they will advise you if any catering permits are required. Most public halls and churches do not require any Catering permits as the caterer will already be approved to Cater off-site in a rented building in the region their business is registered in as well as surrounding regions so long as the venue is for your private use only and is not open to the public at the time of your event.


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