By law, licensees and permittees may not supply liquor to a person they reasonably believe to be in a state of intoxication. In addition, licensed premises that offer gaming in their venue may not knowingly allow a person who is intoxicated to gamble. Significant penalties for both offences apply.
The Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation’s Annual Report 2014–15 has been tabled in Parliament.
Under the Liquor Control Reform Act 1998, licensees are required to display certain signage around their licensed premises. Current liquor signage is available on our website for you to download, print and display in your premises.
From 1 July 2015, suppliers of wholesale liquor need to collect transaction data. Find out what information you need to record and report.
The VCGLR has released a public statement setting out how we approach the regulation of the gambling and liquor industries.
Read the VCGLR's Regulatory Approach and find out more from the link above.
10 Feb, 2016
The first Knowledge Exchange event for 2016 will be held in Frankston on Tuesday 1 March 2016. Book online now — places are limited.
22 Jan, 2016
Australia Day is a day of celebration for many Australians. It’s a great day to relax and enjoy summer. However, ambulance, police and hospital workers report a spike in alcohol-related injuries ranging from acute intoxication, assaults and serious motor vehicle accidents.