Boonah Shire Planning Scheme 2006

The Boonah Shire Planning Scheme 2006 was originally adopted by the former Boonah Shire Council on 28 March 2006 and came into effect on 31 March 2006.

The current version of the Boonah Shire Planning Scheme 2006 came into effect on and from 20 June 2018. It incorporates Amendments 1, 2, 4, 6 & 7.


Temporary Local Planning Instrument

Temporary Local Planning Instrument 01/2017 (Flood Hazard) (TLPI) is a local planning instrument which suspends and overrides the operation (in part) of Council's planning schemes. The TLPI applies new provisions for the Scenic Rim that either update or introduce a flood hazard overlay map and code that applies to development in a Flood Hazard Area. Development that is proposed on land affected by flood must check mapping (the Overlay maps) and refer to the TLPI. 


View Council's Flood Aware Page for more information about flooding in the region.

Adopted Amendments to the Boonah Shire Planning Scheme 2006

Amendment  No.


Commencement Date


Operational amendments

29 January 2011


Incorporation of Priority Infrastructure Plan

27 June 2014


Operational amendments

20 December 2013


Minor amendment to incorporate the Scenic Rim Local Heritage Register

29 July 2014


Local Government Infrastructure Plan and

Administrative LGIP Amendment

20 June 2018

Superseded and Historic Planning Schemes

The superseded version of the planning scheme is the Boonah Shire Planning Scheme 2006 (as amended 29 July 2014), which can be accessed here.

Please contact Council's Land Use Planning Team if you need a copy of the historic versions of the Boonah Shire Planning Scheme 2006.

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