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Environmental health services

We are committed to maintaining the health of our environment and our quality of life on the Gold Coast. Each day our environmental health officers plan, coordinate and implement strategies to minimise adverse environmental and health impacts within our city's borders, protecting residents, businesses and visitors.

On this page you'll find useful links for information on common neighbourhood issues or how to report or reduce harm to our environment.

Note: some of the links below lead to LG Toolbox, a Queensland Government website providing standardised local government information relating to certain services.

If you cannot find the information you are looking for, please visit our Report a problem - Pollution page, email us at chealthadmin@goldcoast.qld.gov.au or visit our Contact page for more options. Your enquiry may be truly unique or it may not be within the jurisdiction of the City.


Food safety training

The City conducts regular food safety training courses (non-accredited) aimed at providing licensed* food business staff with an understanding of the causes and the prevention of food-borne illness (food poisoning).

*Licensed under the Food Act 2006.

For more information visit Food safety training.

If you believe a food business is engaging in practices that pose a risk to public health, visit Report a problem - Public health and safety to report your concern online or email us at chealthadmin@goldcoast.qld.gov.au or call us on 07 5667 5988.


Environmental Health Officers

Our Environmental Health Officers work on projects involving monitoring and responding to air, noise and water pollution; pest species outbreaks; risk and emergency management; delivering quality public health services; and auditing local businesses to identify health and environmental impacts.

Field staff conduct assessments of:

Visit our Environmental Health Officers page for more information about the powers and qualifications of our authorised officers.

If you believe a business that falls under the above categories is engaging in practices that pose a risk to public health, email us at chealthadmin@goldcoast.qld.gov.au or call us on 07 5667 5988.


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