Wow does that mean someone will come out and shoot that bloody bird that wakes me up at 5 every morning?!:DFound this info:
Environment Protection (Industrial Noise) Policy 1994
The Environment Protection Authority (EPA) administers noise control in South Australia and plays an important role in monitoring and regulating noise pollution from domestic, industrial and other activities. Please access the EPA Noise website.
The EPA uses specific Environment Protection Policies to regulate domestic noise, industrial noise and noise from machinery.
This is explained in detail and noise levels are summarised in tables presented in the EPA Information sheet Environmental Noise (116 kb)
Air conditioner noise
Noise from air conditioners can be a public nuisance. Restrictions on noisy air conditioner use and advice for those who own or plan to purchase an air conditioner are summarised in the EPA Information sheet Environmental Noise (116 kb)
Noise not regulated by the EPA
This includes noise from parties, loud radios or stereos and . Contact your local police station or telephone SA Police on 131 444.
For noise from pets such as dogs, parrots and roosters, contact your local council.