Liquor licensing

Consumer and Business Services (CBS) is responsible for administering the Liquor Licensing Act 1997 in South Australia.

For more information on licence classes (i.e. Restaurants, hotels etc) please see our new liquor applicants section.


Liquor licensing reforms > REVIEW OF SA LIQUOR LAWS

SA’s liquor licencing laws are currently being reviewed. For the latest information please visit the Attorney-General’s website – liquor licensing reform.


Liquor licensing > LIMITED (EVENT) LICENCE

If you are organising or hosting a party, function or event where alcohol will be sold, you may need to apply for a limited licence.

APPLY ONLINE AMEND A LICENCE MORE INFO

You can also view a list of upcoming large limited licences.


Liquor licensing reforms > REVISED LATE NIGHT TRADING CODE OF PRACTICE

The revised Late Night Code took effect on 1 February 2016 and applies to venues that trade past 12 am, 2 am and 3 am, with various safety measures applying at different times throughout the evening.

There is no change to the existing 3 am Late Night Restricted Entry (‘lock-out’).

Late night trading code of practice webpage provides more information about the changes.