Resources for existing liquor licence holders to apply for changes or variations to current licences.

Proposed alterations or redefinitions of licensed premises require approval by the Liquor and Gambling Commissioner.  Applications must be made by the licensee, and in the case of a licensed club the supporting committee resolution is required (i.e. minutes of the committee meeting showing agreement to make alterations, redefinition or variation).

Help lodging an application

Applicants may wish to contact a solicitor or relevant industry association before making an application.

How to apply

All the relevant forms and other documentation will need to be lodged meeting the minimum requirements when making an application.

Minimum requirements

An application must include the following:

Other Documentation Required Only if Relevant to the Application

  • Extract from club committee minutes supporting the decision to apply
  • If the applicant does not own the freehold:
    • A letter of consent from the landlord
  • If specifically requested:
    • Copy of Certificate of Title
  • Any other relevant approvals, consents or exemptions
    • (e.g. Department of Transport, Urban Lands Trust, Marine & Harbours, etc.)
  • Any other required planning, development or building approval
  • Any other necessary Council consents

A variation to licence conditions can be applied for to add or remove conditions of an existing licence.

Help lodging an application

Applicants may wish to contact a solicitor or relevant industry association before making an application.

How to apply

All the relevant forms and other documentation will need to be lodged meeting the minimum requirements when making an application.

Minimum requirements

An application must include the following:

A hearing date will not be set until all of these documents have been received.

Further requirements

The following documents are required to be lodged at least seven days before the date of the hearing or your application may be delayed.

  • Proof that the application has been advertised:
    • A copy of the page where the advertisement appears in The Advertiser
    • A copy of the page where the advertisement appears in the local newspaper (e.g. Messenger)
    • A copy of the notice that you have given to the local council
    • A copy of the notice that has been given to the occupiers of adjacent premises or land

Other documentation required only if relevant to the application

  • If the applicant does not own the freehold:
    • A letter of consent from the landlord
  • If specifically requested:
    • Copy of Certificate of Title
  • Any other relevant approvals, consents or exemptions
    • (e.g. Department of Transport, Urban Lands Trust, Marine & Harbours, etc.)
  • Any agreed conditions by interested parties
  • Any other necessary Council consents
A ban on drinking while standing outside hotels and clubs has been lifted. Licensees who have a condition on their licence requiring patrons to be seated while drinking in outdoor areas can now apply to Consumer and Business Services (CBS) to have the condition removed.

A discounted application fee equivalent to that of an alteration to a licensed premises must be attached to the application.

Help lodging an application

Applicants may wish to contact a solicitor or relevant industry association before making an application.

How to apply

All the relevant forms and other documentation will need to be lodged meeting the minimum requirements when making an application.

Contacting local councils

Applicants will need to contact their local council to obtain approval for the removal of conditions relating to use of areas under council control. A copy of the approval and any conditions imposed must accompany the application to the Liquor and Gambling Commissioner.

Minimum requirements

An application must include the following:

Criteria to be satisfied

The licensing authority must be satisfied that if the application was granted it would be unlikely to result in undue offence, annoyance, disturbance, or inconvenience. The licensee must also implement appropriate harm minimisation strategies.

Help lodging an application

Applicants may wish to contact a solicitor or relevant industry association before making an application.

How to apply

All the relevant forms and other documentation will need to be lodged meeting the minimum requirements when making an application.

Once the minimum requirements and documents have been received by Consumer and Business Services, applicants will be informed of the hearing date for the application.

Minimum requirements

An application must include the following:

  • Application for an Extended Trading Authorisation form
  • Application fee – including government gazette fee for advertising
  • Notice of advertisement: the Form 2 Notice will be sent once the application has been lodged
  • Two plans of the proposed licensed premises

A hearing date will not be set until all of these documents have been received.

Further requirements

The following documents are required to be lodged at least seven days before the date of the hearing or your application may be delayed.

  • Proof that the application has been advertised:
    • A copy of the page where the advertisement appears in The Advertiser
    • A copy of the page where the advertisement appears in the local newspaper (e.g. Messenger)
    • A copy of the notice that you have given to the local council
    • A copy of the notice that has been given to the occupiers of adjacent premises or land

Other documentation required only if relevant to the application

  • If the applicant does not own the freehold:
    • A letter of consent from the landlord
  • If specifically requested:
    • Copy of Certificate of Title
  • Any other relevant approvals, consents or exemptions
    • (e.g. Department of Transport, Urban Lands Trust, Marine & Harbours, etc.)
  • Any agreed conditions by interested parties
  • Any other necessary Council consents

An extension of licensed trading area requires approval by the Liquor and Gambling Commissioner as described in Section 69 of the Liquor Licensing Act 1997.

Applications must be made by the licensee and in the case of a licensed club the supporting committee resolution is required (i.e. minutes of the committee meeting showing agreement for extension of trading area).

An extension of trading area

An extension of trading area approval allows for the inclusion of areas adjacent to licensed premises. For example, this approval can be obtained for the licensing of footpaths and outdoor areas that are adjacent to the licensed premises or under control of the local council.

When approval is required

Approval is required if an additional area beyond the property boundary is to be licensed. The approval will allow the sale of liquor for consumption in the area under the authority of the existing licence.

If uncertain whether approval is necessary, it is advisable to contact us to discuss the proposal. It is an offence to supply liquor in the vicinity of licensed premises under Section 46(2) of the Liquor Licensing Act, 1997.

Contacting local councils

Applicants will need to contact their local council to obtain separate approval for the use of areas under council control such as footpaths. Many councils use a permit system where conditions are set and an annual fee is payable.

A copy of the agreement and any conditions imposed must accompany the application to the Liquor and Gambling Commissioner. The council approval will also need to specify that the consent includes sale of liquor for consumption within the specified area

Help with an application

Applicants may wish to contact a solicitor or relevant industry association before making an application.

Minimum requirements

An application must include the following:

Other documentation required only if relevant to the application

  • Extract from club committee minutes supporting the decision to apply
  • Any other required planning, development or building approvals

Criteria to be satisfied

The licensing authority must be satisfied that if the application was granted it would be unlikely to result in undue offence, annoyance, disturbance, or inconvenience. The licensee must also implement appropriate harm minimisation strategies.

Help lodging an application

Applicants may wish to contact a solicitor or relevant industry association before making an application.

How to apply

All the relevant forms and other documentation will need to be lodged meeting the minimum requirements when making an application.

Once the minimum requirements and documents have been received by Consumer and Business Services, applicants will be informed of the hearing date for the application.

Minimum requirements

An application must include the following:

  • Application for an Extended Trading Authorisation form
  • Application fee – including government gazette fee for advertising
  • Notice of advertisement: the Form 2 Notice will be sent once the application has been lodged
  • Two plans of the proposed licensed premises

A hearing date will not be set until all of these documents have been received.

Further requirements

The following documents are required to be lodged at least seven days before the date of the hearing or your application may be delayed.

  • Proof that the application has been advertised:
    • A copy of the page where the advertisement appears in The Advertiser
    • A copy of the page where the advertisement appears in the local newspaper (e.g. Messenger)
    • A copy of the notice that you have given to the local council
    • A copy of the notice that has been given to the occupiers of adjacent premises or land

Other documentation required only if relevant to the application

  • If the applicant does not own the freehold:
    • A letter of consent from the landlord
  • If specifically requested:
    • Copy of Certificate of Title
  • Any other relevant approvals, consents or exemptions
    • (e.g. Department of Transport, Urban Lands Trust, Marine & Harbours, etc.)
  • Any agreed conditions by interested parties
  • Any other necessary Council consents

Position of authority in a corporate structure or trust

Licence holders must apply for approval for a person to assume a position of authority within their corporate structure or trust. To assume a position of authority without the approval of the licensing authority is an offence.

All persons receiving profits or proceeds from the business must also be approved.

Positions of authority include;

  • Directors and shareholders, including where a shareholder is a body corporate
  • Trustees and beneficiaries of the trust associated with the licensed entity
  • Any person in the corporate structure which exercises influence or control over the business.

The licensing authority does not need to be notified if an approved person in a position of authority changes position within the same corporate structure, eg. CEO to Director, beneficiary to shareholder.

Minors who are shareholders in a proprietary company, or beneficiaries under a trust do not need approval.

For further information on persons requiring approval, please click here.

How to apply

  1. Complete the Position of authority – approval application and include the relevant fee.
  2. Attach a completed Personal Information Declaration (PID) to your application for each person who is not currently approved.Should a person have an existing approval under the Act eg. responsible person or approval to receive profits, a form is required to be completed and lodged with the appropriate fee. However a PID will not be required, unless their circumstances have changed since their last approval.
  3. Lodge the application form and PID’s (where applicable) with Consumer and Business Services (CBS):

In person:

Customer Service Centre
91 Grenfell Street
Adelaide

By Post:

Licensing Branch
GPO Box 2169
ADELAIDE  SA  5001

Scan and email: liquorandgaming@sa.gov.au

Gaming machine surcharge

If the premises has a gaming machine licence and a transaction relating to a change to officer holders or shareholders results in gaming machine surcharge payable under the Stamp Duties Act 1923, it is a condition of the licence that the surcharge is payable within the period allowed under the Stamp Duties Act.

For further information on gaming machine surcharge, contact Revenue SA

Download application forms

Transfer of a Licence Form |  Personal Information Declaration Form | Approval of a Person Form | Additional Information Questionnaire

Criteria to be satisfied when applying for a transfer

Applicants need to satisfy the licensing authority that they are fit and proper persons to hold liquor and gaming machine licences and will need to complete a Personal Information Declaration. Relevant liquor knowledge, skills and experience, the results of a police check (including having fingerprints taken) and creditworthiness will be taken into consideration.

The applicant

The applicant is the new entity taking over the business, not the current licensee. When lodging an application all the people to be involved in the business, for example, all partners, must be included on the application.

If the business is a company the application should be made in the company name. Where an individual runs the business, the individual is the applicant.

All documentation such as leases and finance agreements must be in the name of the applicant.

Help lodging an application

Applicants may wish to contact a solicitor or relevant industry association before making an application.

How to apply

All the relevant forms and other documentation will need to be lodged meeting the minimum requirements when making an application.

Once the minimum requirements and documents have been received by the Office of the Liquor and Gambling Commissioner, applicants will be informed of the hearing date for the application.

Minimum requirements

An application must include the following:

  • Application for a Transfer of Liquor Licence form
  • Application fee – including government gazette fee for advertising
  • Notice of advertisement:  the Form 2 Notice will be sent once the application has been lodged
  • If the applicant is a company – ASIC Search Extract and/or Share Certificates
    • Detailing directors and shareholders of the company
  • Personal Information Declarations:
    • For responsible persons, gaming machine managers and gaming machine employees
    • In the case of a sole-trader or partnership: For the sole applicant or each partner
    • In the case of a body corporate: For each director and shareholder
    • For each director and shareholder of any shareholding company
    • For each beneficiary under a trust (other than a minor)
    • For any other person in a position of authority
  • Two passport sized photographs for each person seeking approval

Relevant police and creditworthiness checks may take up to six weeks to complete. If individuals reside interstate or overseas, this may take longer. It is strongly advised that Personal Information Declarations be lodged as soon as possible.

A hearing date will not be set until all of these documents have been received.

Further requirements

The following documents are required to be lodged at least seven days before the date of the hearing or your application may be delayed.

  • Proof that the application has been advertised:
    • A copy of the page where the advertisement appears in The Advertiser
    • A copy of the page where the advertisement appears in the local newspaper (e.g. Messenger)
  • Details of finance
    • A copy of a bank or loan statement (if the applicant has borrowed money to finance the application)
  • Certificate of Registration of Business Name
    • In the name of the applicant
  • Copy of Certificate of Title

Other documentation required only if relevant to the application

  • If the applicant does not own the freehold:
    • Executed copy of lease agreement or similar evidence of tenure
    • A letter of consent from the landlord
  • If the applicant is a partnership and a partnership agreement has been executed:
    • Partnership agreement
  • Front page and Schedule of Beneficiaries relating to any trusts
    • In the case of a unit trust, the number of units held by each unit holder and whether they are held for someone else
  • Copy of council outdoor permit to sell alcohol in an adjacent area
    • In the name of the applicant
  • Any other relevant approvals, consents or exemptions
    • (e.g. Department of Transport, Urban Lands Trust, Marine & Harbours, etc.)
  • Any agreed conditions by interested parties

Moving your licence to a new address

The Liquor and Gambling Commissioner must be satisfied that the premises are suitable to be licensed. For example, the premises must have sufficient toilet facilities for patrons and comply with other building regulations and planning approvals.

In the case of an application to remove a hotel licence, the applicant must also satisfy the licensing authority that the proposed premises are necessary in order to provide for the needs of the public in that locality, having regard to the licensed premises already existing in that locality.

In the case of an application to remove a retail liquor merchant’s licence, the applicant must also satisfy the licensing authority that the licensed premises already existing in the locality to which the licence is to be removed, do not adequately cater for the public demand for liquor for consumption off licensed premises and the licence is necessary to satisfy that demand.

Certificate

If an application is made for the removal of a licence where the proposed premises are incomplete the licensing authority may grant a Certificate subject to any conditions considered appropriate. The licensing authority will grant the hotel licence once the applicant can satisfy the authority that the conditions have been met and the premises have been completed in accordance with the plans lodged.

Help lodging an application

Applicants may wish to contact a solicitor or relevant industry association before making an application.

How to apply

All the relevant forms and other documentation will need to be lodged meeting the minimum requirements when making an application.

Once the minimum requirements and documents have been received by the Office of the Liquor and Gambling Commissioner, applicants will be informed of the hearing date for the application.

Minimum Requirements

An application must include the following:

  • Application for Removal of Licence form
  • Application fee – including government gazette fee for advertising
  • Notice of advertisement:  the Form 2 Notice will be sent once the application has been lodged
    • Note: The Form 2 will need to be posted at the existing premise and the proposed premise
  • Two plans of the proposed licensed premises

A hearing date will not be set until all of these documents have been received.

Further requirements

The following documents are required to be lodged at least seven days before the date of the hearing or your application may be delayed.

  • Proof that the application has been advertised:
    • A copy of the page where the advertisement appears in The Advertiser
    • A copy of the page where the advertisement appears in the local newspaper (e.g. Messenger)
    • A copy of the notice that you have given to the local council
    • A copy of the notice that has been given to the occupiers of adjacent premises or land
  • Evidence of development approval
  • Any other necessary Council consents
  • Details of finance
    • A copy of a bank or loan statement (if the applicant has borrowed money to finance the application)
  • Copy of Certificate of Title

Other documentation required only if relevant to the application

  • If the applicant does not own the freehold:
    • Executed copy of lease agreement or similar evidence of tenure
    • A letter of consent from the landlord
  • Any other relevant approvals, consents or exemptions
    • (e.g. Department of Transport, Urban Lands Trust, Marine & Harbours, etc.)
  • Any agreed conditions by interested parties

What is the surrender of a licence?

Under Section 67 of the Liquor Licensing Act 1997, a licensee may by written agreement with the Liquor and Gambling Commissioner, apply to surrender a licence from a fixed date. Before agreeing to the surrender of a licence, the Commissioner must inquire into the proposed use of the premises to which the licence applies.

The Commissioner will usually request confirmation that the landlord is aware of the intent of the licensee to surrender the licence.

The surrender of a licence does not affect liabilities incurred by the licensee under the Act up to the date on which the surrender takes effect. For example, if the licensee is facing disciplinary action, surrender of the licence will not affect the progress of that action.

What if there are gaming machines involved?

If a licensee surrenders a liquor licence, the gaming machine licence will automatically be surrendered.

If a licensee wishes to surrender only the gaming machine licence, the licensee must notify the Commissioner in writing, and the licence will cease to operate on acceptance by the Commissioner.

The Commissioner cannot accept the surrender of a gaming machine licence unless satisfied that all gaming machines have been removed from the premises.

As the surrender of a licence does not affect liabilities incurred by the licensee, the licensee is liable for any gaming tax outstanding up to the date of surrender.

Documents required for an application for the surrender of a licence

An application must include the following:

Other Documentation Required only if Relevant to the Application

  • If the applicant does not own the freehold:
    • A letter of consent from the landlord
  • If specifically requested:
    • Copy of Certificate of Title

What is the suspension of a liquor licence?

The suspension of a licence means that a licence or part of a licensed area is not in use for a period of time with the consent of the licensing authority. Under Section 66(1) of the Liquor Licensing Act 1997, a licensee may at any time request the suspension of a licence or part of a licensed area, for a period of time.

The suspension of a licence may be due to a number of circumstances such as:

  • Conducting underage functions
  • Renovating
  • As an interim measure until a licence has been transferred

What if there are gaming machines involved?

When a liquor licence is suspended or a part of a licensed area is suspended which includes a designated gaming area, the gaming machine licence will be automatically suspended.

The licensee may suspend the gaming machine licence without suspending the liquor licence. For example, the licensee may wish to suspend the gaming machine licence due to renovations being undertaken in the gaming area.

Depending on the period of suspension, the Liquor and Gambling Commissioner may impose a condition that the gaming machines be removed from the premises and placed in storage until the renovations have been completed.

The requirement to hold a limited licence in certain circumstances

During a period of ‘suspension’ a venue is still defined as ‘licensed’ by the Liquor Licensing Act 1997.

Premises where the licence is suspended are ‘regulated’ not ‘unlicensed’ premises. Therefore in certain circumstances if alcohol is consumed on premises where the licence has been suspended it will not be an offence against Section 129 of the Act.

Not required

The following activities are permissible where a licence is suspended and a limited licence is NOT required:

  • a group hires the premises and the alcohol is provided by the host, with no charge for the supply of alcohol or admission of guests
  • a group hires the premises and alcohol is consumed on a BYO basis with no admission charge
  • the premises is subject to a suspended CLUB licence and members consume alcohol on a BYO basis during casual use of the premises with no sale of alcohol and no admission charge.

Required

A limited licence IS required for a function or event at a venue where the licence is suspended if:

  • a group hires the premises for a function at which alcohol is sold, or an admission fee is charged and it fits the criteria of Section 41 of the Act.

Section 48(3) of the Act provides that a limited licence may be granted for premises or part of a premises in respect of which a licence of some other class is in force. Therefore, in that case it is permissible for a limited licence to be granted for premises where a licence is suspended.

Documents required for an application for the suspension of a licence

An application must include the following:

Under Section 73(3) of the Liquor Licensing Act 1997 and Section 28B(3) of the Gaming Machines Act 1992, a landlord, mortgagee or other person with the permission of the licensing authority may take possession of a liquor licence and gaming machine licence and carry on the business for a specific period if the licensee ceases to occupy the premises. A landlord, mortgagee or other person must notify the Liquor and Gambling Commissioner within seven days of taking possession and may carry on the business for up to one month or a period longer than one month as approved by the licensing authority.

Gaming machine entitlements

Gaming Machine entitlements will vest in the landlord, mortgagee or other approved person for the duration of the authorisation to carry on business.

Gaming tax

Gaming tax is paid by the licensee on a monthly basis. A landlord, mortgagee or other person who is granted a gaming machine licence is liable for gaming tax for the entire month in which the licence is granted. For example, if the licence is granted on the 15th of January, the landlord, mortgagee or other person will be liable for tax for the full month of January. The method of collection of gaming tax is by electronic funds transfer from a nominated bank account. The landlord, mortgagee or other person will be required to complete a Direct Debit Request form to provide details of the relevant bank account.

Criteria to be satisfied when applying to carry on the business by a landlord or mortgagee

Applicants may need to satisfy the licensing authority that they are fit and proper persons to hold a licence and may need to complete a Personal Information Declaration form. Relevant liquor knowledge, skills and experience, the results of a police check (including having fingerprints taken if a gaming machine licence is involved) and creditworthiness may be taken into consideration. As each application is assessed individually, applicants will need to contact this Office to confirm whether a Personal Information Declaration form is required.

Suspension of licence

A landlord or mortgagee or other person carrying on the business under Section 73 of the Liquor Licensing Act 1997 or section 28B(3) of the Gaming Machines Act 1992 may elect to suspend the liquor and/or gaming machine licences. The landlord or mortgagee will need to complete the relevant section on the ‘Application by a Landlord or Mortgagee to Carry on the Business’ form as Licensee form indicating the period of suspension. It should be noted that in relation to the suspension of a gaming machine licence, monitoring and service agent fees may still need to be paid.

Documents required for an application by a landlord or mortgagee to carry on the business as a licensee

Minimum documentation

An application must include the following:

Other documentation required only if relevant to the application

If the applicant is a company – ASIC Search Extract and/or Share Certificates

  • Detailing directors and shareholders of the company

If the applicant is a partnership, and a partnership agreement has been executed:

  • Partnership agreement

Front page and Schedule of Beneficiaries relating to any trusts

  • In the case of a unit trust, the number of units held by each unit holder and whether they are held for someone else

Where a gaming machine licence is relevant:

Direct Debit Request Form

Appointment of a receiver, administrator or official manager

Under Section 74 of the Liquor Licensing Act 1997 and Section 28C of the Gaming Machines Act 1992:

  • If a licensee is bankrupt or insolvent, the official receiver may carry on business as the licensee under the licence; or
  • If a corporate licensee is being wound up or under administration, receivership or official management, a person vested by law with power to administer the affairs of the body corporate may carry on business as the licensee under the licence

Notification must be given to the Office of the Liquor and Gambling Commissioner within seven days from appointment.

How long can a receiver, administrator, official manager or liquidator be appointed?

A person/company entitled to carry on the business under Section 74 of the Liquor Licensing Act 1997 or Section 28C of the Gaming Machines Act 1992 may do so until the appointment lapses or is terminated.

Gaming machine entitlements

Gaming Machine entitlements will vest in the receiver, administrator or other approved person for the duration of the authorisation to carry on business.

Gaming tax

A person or company carrying on business will be liable (from the date of their appointment) for ongoing fees associated with the operation of the gaming machine licence such as gaming tax, monitoring and service agent fees. Gaming tax is paid by the licensee on a monthly basis via electronic funds transfer. Depending on the term of the appointment, the person or company may be required to complete a Direct Debit Request to provide details of a bank account, or an alternative method of payment may be arranged. Persons or companies should contact this Office for further information regarding these fees.

Suspension of licence

A person or company carrying on business under Section 74 of the Liquor Licensing Act 1997 or Section 28C of the Gaming Machines Act 1992 may elect to suspend the liquor and/or gaming machine licences. The person or company will need to complete the relevant section on the Notification of the Appointment of a Receiver, Administrator, or Official Manager or Liquidator form indicating the period of suspension. It should be noted that in relation to the suspension of a gaming machine licence, monitoring and service agent fees may still need to be paid.

Documents required for notification of the appointment of a receiver, administrator, official manager or liquidator

Minimum documentation

Where a gaming machine licence is relevant:

Responsible person requirement

Every business with a liquor licence is required to have an approved responsible person supervising and managing the premises during operating times, unless an exemption from that requirement has been approved.

Exemption from the responsible person requirement

Section 97(2) of the Liquor Licensing Act 1997 allows for an exemption or conditional exemption from the requirement to have a responsible person supervising and managing the premises. The licensee must make an application and indicate whether the exemption is to apply at all times or during nominated times (conditional exemption) and whether alternative arrangements will be made for the supervision and management of the business. For example, arrangements could be made to have a responsible person contactable by phone at any time the premises are operating.

Criteria to be satisfied when applying for a responsible person exemption

The licensing authority must be satisfied that, in view of the limited scope of the business conducted under the licence, the exemption would not compromise the responsible service and consumption principles of the Liquor Licensing Act, 1997.

Applicants should provide information supporting the application, for example:

  • Details of the value of the sales of liquor over the past financial year
  • Evidence that there is or will be a limited number of people attending the premises for the consumption of liquor
  • Evidence that there is or will be limited public access to the premises
  • Details of the size and nature of the operations of the business, including trading hours

How to apply

Applicants must complete the Responsible Person Exemption form and provide the details listed above. There is no application fee.

If further information is required contact us.

Depending on the type of licence you hold, you may wish to consider applying for the designation of an area.

Download Application form

Designated dining area

The designation of a dining area allows the sale of liquor at any time to a diner for consumption with or ancillary to a meal provided by the licensee in that area.

The following licence types may apply:
Club, Entertainment Venue, Hotel, Limited Club, Producers, Residential, Small Venue, Special Circumstances

Designated reception area

The designation of a reception area allows the sale of liquor at any time to a person attending a reception for consumption in that area.

The following licence types may apply:
Club, Entertainment Venue, Hotel, Limited Club, Producers, Residential, Small Venue, Special Circumstances

Designated sampling area

The designation of a sampling area allows the sale or supply of liquor by way of sample for consumption on a part of the licensed premises approved for that purpose by the licensing authority. Where the licence is operational from a home office, it is suggested that the applicant speak with the local council first to see what their development and planning approvals permit.

The following licence types may apply:
Retail Liquor Merchant, Producers, Special Circumstances, Wholesale Liquor Merchant’s Licence

Consumption on premises

The designation of a dining area allows the sale of liquor at any time to a diner for consumption with or ancillary to a meal provided by the licensee in that area.

The following licence types may apply:
Producers & Special Circumstances Licence