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Class 6

A Class 6 building classification are buildings where retail goods are sold or services are supplied to the public, such as shops or restaurants.

Typical Class 6 buildings are shopping centres and retail outlets that include:

  • a cafe or restaurant
  • a market or showroom.
  • a dining room, bar, shop or kiosk part of a hotel or motel.
  • a hairdresser or barber shop.
  • a public laundry.
  • a funeral parlour.
  • a service stationThe term “service station” does not cover buildings where panel beating, auto electrical, tyre replacement or the like are solely carried out. These are Class 8 buildings.


In preparing this definition, we have drawn from various sources including Legislation, Codes, Standards and industry information, research and knowledge.  Like the english language, these definitions may subtly change from time to time. As such these definitions are provided solely on the basis that users will be responsible for making their own assessment of the definition and and are advised to verify all relevant representations, statements and information.