Boarding houses must be registered on the Boarding House Register. The register is a list of public general and assisted boarding houses that contains information about:
- the name and address of the boarding house
- the boarding house proprietor
- whether the boarding house is a general house or an assisted boarding house
- the local Council areas in which boarding house is located
To search the Register, go to the accommodation registers page.
All boarding houses in Campbelltown must be registered with the Office of Fair Trading and Campbelltown City Council before occupancy of the premises occurs.
The boarding house must comply (where relevant) with the following Acts and Regulations:
- Public Health Act 2010
- Public Health Regulation 2012
- Boarding Houses Act 2012
- Boarding House Regulation 2013
- Local Government Act 1993
- Local Government (General) Regulation 2005
Local Council Inspections
Campbelltown Council's Environmental Health Officers inspect Boarding Houses in Campbelltown to ensure safety and accommodation standards in existing boarding houses.
Council can fine operators if they are unregistered and order them to meet building, safety and accommodation standards.
For further information regarding Boarding Houses, please visit the NSW Fair Trading website.
If you have concerns about a boarding house or would like to report an illegal boarding house, contact Council Customer Service Section on 4645 4000.