Register a Party


One teenager held a big party at home with his friends. Shouts and loud music could be heard from the home. The neighbours called the police. The police officer rang the doorbell. The crowd calmed down.

"Good evening, guys, open the door, this is the police,” came a voice outside the door.

"I can't open the door," the teenager replied.

"Why can't you open the door?" the police officer asked.

"Because it is a private party by invitation only!" he replied.


Where to register a party?


 You have the two ways to register your party

  •  Get a Safe Party Registration Form from your police station
  •  Register your party online

 

 NSW (New South Wales)

 Time restrictions: Midnight to 8 am on Friday, Saturday or any day preceding a public holiday, and from 10 pm to 8 am on any other day.

 Visit the NSW Police public website for more information (opens in a new window)

 NSW Police Force (Party Registration)

 NSW Police Force (Safe Party Tips)

 

 WA (Western Australia)

 Time restrictions: Music should not be audible between 7 pm and 7 am from Monday to Saturday, and from 7 pm to 9 am on Sunday.

 Visit the WA Police public website for more information (opens in a new window)

 WA Police Force (Party Registration)

 WA Police Force (Your Safety)

 

 SA (South Australia)

 Time restrictions: There are no governed time - based restrictions, but a noise from music should not exceed 8 dB (decibel).

 Visit the SA Police public website for more information (opens in a new window)

 SA Police (Party Safe Notification)

 SA Police (Party safe)

 

 QLD (Queensland)

 Time restrictions: There are no governed time - based restrictions, but instead, a noise can be reported at any time and any day.

 Visit the Queensland Police public website for more information (opens in a new window)

 Queensland Police (Party Safe Registration)

 Queensland Police (Party Safe)

 Visit the Queensland Government website for more information (opens in a new window)

 Queensland Government

 

 VIC (Victoria)

 Time restrictions: Music should not be audible:

 Monday to Thursday: from 10 pm to 7 am;

 Friday: from 11 pm to 7 am;

 Saturday: from 11 pm to 9 am;

 Sunday: from 10 pm to 9 am.

 Visit the Victoria Police public website for more information (opens in a new window)

 Victoria Police Partysafe Registration Form)

 Victoria Police (Partysafe Programs)

 

 TAS (Tasmania)

 Time restrictions: Loud music restricted:

 Monday to Thursday: from 10 pm to 7 am;

 Friday: from 12 pm to 7 am;

 Saturday: from 12 pm to 9 am;

 Sunday: from 10 pm to 10 am.

 Visit the Tasmania Police public website for more information (opens in a new window)

 Tasmania Police (Party Safe)

 

 ACT (Australian Capital Territory)

 Time restrictions: In residential areas of the Australian Capital Territory, noise music restricted between 10 pm to 7 am (45 dB), or from 10 pm to 7 am (noise cannot exceed 35 dB).

 Visit the ACT Police public website for more information (opens in a new window)

 ACT Police

 ACT Policing (Safe Partying)

 

 NT (Northern Territory)

 Time restrictions: Noisy music restricted:

 Monday to Saturday: from 7 pm to 7 am;

 Sunday or public holidays: 6 pm to 9 am.

 Visit the NT Police public website for more information (opens in a new window)

 NT Police (Party smart)

 Visit the NT.GOV.AU website for more information (opens in a new window)

 NT.GOV.AU (Young people & parties)

 

 

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