The VCGLR has cut red tape and streamlined requirements that liquor licensees need to meet when holding live music events for young people. Find out more from the link above.
View the easy-to-use interactive map of Victorian liquor licences.
Read the Spring 2013 edition of the VCGLR News.
The demerit points system has been in place since 20 February 2012. The primary objective of this system is to contribute to improved compliance with liquor laws and a responsible liquor industry.
Liquor licences incur demerit points for non-compliance incidents and will be automatically suspended if they reach one of three demerit point thresholds within a three year period.
Find out what the Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation is doing to reduce red tape and improve operations.
06 Dec, 2013
On Thursday 5 December 2013, the Treasurer issued a Gazette Notice in relation to the supervision charge that gaming venue operators are now required to pay. The VCGLR will be sending out invoices to venue operators who will then have six months to pay the supervision charge.
29 Nov, 2013
Information for liquor licensees wishing to participate in White Night.