Find out about food safety, registration and permits for temporary food premises in the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder.
Temporary food premises and food safety
A temporary food premise is any equipment and appliances for preparing or selling food that is intended to be dismantled or moved intact. This includes barbeques, sausage sizzles, cake stalls and food stands.
All temporary food businesses and stalls must notify the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder before trading in public.
Every person who sells food from a temporary food premises is responsible for ensuring the food is safe and does not cause food poisoning. Food poisoning is dangerous to customers and potentially disastrous to your organisation, and may result in legal action.
Please read the National code for food vending vehicles and temporary food premises (PDF, 290 kB) on the Environmental Health Australia website.
Registration of temporary food premises
In compliance with the Food Act 2008, all temporary food premises need to be registered with the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder, including:
- For-profit businesses
- Non-profit organisations
Registration enables Environmental Health to assess the organisation and provide information about safe food handling and preparation practices.
Please download and submit a Notification of a food stall or temporary food premises (PDF).
For more information, please contact Environmental Health.
Food preparation at charity events
If you are preparing food for a one-off fundraising event arranged by a community or charitable organisation, you require a permit from the City of Kalgoorlie-Boulder.
Please contact Environmental Health to discuss:
- What foods are allowed to be sold?
- What conditions are required for sale?
Permits are only valid for the day applied for.
Please download and submit a Permit to conduct application form (PDF).
You will also need to submit a site plan of the event. For events in the St Barbara Square a downloadable St Barbara Square area map has been provided for your convenience.
Please download our Guidelines for food prepared in the home or cooked onsite for one-off charity events (PDF) for more information on health guidelines related to:
- Home preparation area
- Food contents
- Presentation of food products
- Stall area
- Food cooked on the day
- Preparing and cooking food safely
- Disposable utensils
- Handwashing facilities.
For more information on food safety, please also view the fact sheets for charities and community organisations on the Food Standards Australia website.