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Liquor
Factsheets
List of proposed approved markets
Liquor
Factsheets
Calculating annual liquor licensing fees.
Liquor
Factsheets
From November 2019 this category of licence will be abolished. Existing special circumstances licences will be transitioned into a new category of licence depending on their type of business. In most circumstances, trading rights will not be lost as a result of the transition.
Liquor
Factsheets
From November 2019 this licence lets accommodation providers such as motels sell liquor for consumption on and, in some circumstances, off the premises.
Liquor
Factsheets
From November 2019 this licence lets clubs sell liquor for consumption on and, in some circumstances, off the premises.
Liquor
Factsheets
From November 2019 this licence lets licensees sell liquor for consumption on and off the premises.
Liquor
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This licence allows licensees to sell liquor for consumption on the licensed premises.
Liquor
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From November 2019 this licence lets licensees sell liquor for consumption on the premises.
Liquor
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From November 2019 this licence lets businesses sell liquor for takeaway and through direct sales transactions.
Liquor
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From November 2019 this licence lets licensees sell liquor, by wholesale, retail and direct sales for consumption off and sometimes on the premises.
Liquor
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From November 2019 businesses that provide meals, food or cooking classes and wish to sell or supply liquor for consumption on the premises—with or without a meal—must have a restaurant and catering licence.
Liquor
Factsheets
If a patron at your venue asks for 'Angela', what will your staff do?
Liquor
Factsheets
Guidelines for bar staff and others supplying liquor for sale.
Liquor
Factsheets
It is against the law to serve alcohol to a person who you believe is intoxicated.
Liquor
Factsheets
As a parent, you can allow your underage teen to drink in certain locations, so long as you provide responsible supervision. You can also give permission to another adult to supply alcohol to your teenager, so long as that adult provides responsible supervision.