The goal for Noosa Elysium was to create a community that is in tune with its natural surroundings yet captures the Noosa lifestyle. As such, Design Guidelines have been developed specifically to provide home owners with a guide to architectural and landscaping expectations.
The standards detailed in the Architectural and Landscape Code for Elysium Noosa are designed to maintain, protect and enhance your most valuable asset, and are responsive to the influences of the surrounding setting, climate and environment.
Residents are bound to the Architectural and Landscape Code by virtue of the Community Management Statement for Elysium Noosa Community Titles Scheme, and by virtue of section 59 of the Body Corporate and Community Management Act 1997 (Qld).
Some elements of the Code are design principles that the Body Corporate encourages you to follow, other elements are fixed requirements that you must comply with.
Download our Design Guidelines here (from page 34).
Architectural Review Committee
All buildings, extensions or additions including the installation of pools, carports, fences, etc are required to be approved by the Architectural Review Committee.
The Architectural Review Committee is made up of a small number of members of the Body Corporate Committee and an Architect who is independent to the Committee. Their principle role is to undertake a design control function using the mandatory requirements and design guidelines as detailed in the Elysium Noosa Architectural and Landscape Code (Code) which forms part of the Elysium Noosa Community Management Scheme.
The Code outlines the residential design principles and landscape guidelines which assist in establishing the quality and standards of the Elysium precinct.