The City of Fremantle's Health Local Laws 1997 and Cat Act 2011 restricts the number of cats kept on premises to no more than 3 over the age of 3 months.
For complaints regarding persons keeping more than 3 cats which are causing a nuisance, contact our compliance services team here.
All complaints regarding dogs must be sent to the City's rangers as they are authorised officers under the Dog Act 1976 . Contact our rangers on 08 9432 9905 or email email@example.com.
The City's Health Local Laws 1997 restricts the keeping of large animals on premises. Large animals include horses, cows, pigs, sheep or goats.
Should you wish to make a complaint regarding a person keeping a large animal within the City, contact our compliance services team here.
Poultry, parrots, pigeons and roosters
The City's Health Local Laws 1997 Division 4–keeping of poultry and pigeons governs the keeping of poultry, parrots, pigeons and roosters on premises. Poultry includes fowls, ducks and other domestic fowls. Parrots include cockatoos, galahs and weeros and the like.
An owner or occupier must not keep more than 12 poultry on one lot of land, and may not keep any poultry within the prohibited area– this means that portion of the district bounded –
a) to the north by the high water mark of Victoria Quay
b) to the east by Parry Street
c) to the south by Essex Street, Henderson Street, Queen Street and Holdsworth Street to its intersection with Parry Street and
d) to the west by the high water mark of Fishing Boat Harbour, Challenger Harbour and Bathers Beach.
Parrots, roosters, geese, turkeys or peafowls are not allowed to be kept within the City of Fremantle without the written approval of the Council.
Pigeons may be approved after completing the application to register a premises for keeping pigeons form and sending it to the City of Fremantle, however restrictions apply and an annual registration fee must be paid.
The Department of Health has produced petting zoo guidelines providing information on what is required when holding a petting zoo.