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Wholesales data reporting

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Some Victorian liquor licensees must collect and report information about their annual wholesale transactions to other Victorian licensees. Read more to find out how and when to report.

The reporting period is now closed for 2016-17.

A wholesale transaction is one that involves the sale of liquor to another licensee. If you do not undertake wholesale transactions, these reporting requirements do not apply to you.

If you hold any of the following licences, you must report wholesale transactions. Licences include:

  • pre-retail licence
  • wine and beer producer's licence
  • limited licence, including:
    • renewable limited
    • temporary limited
    • major event licence.
What do I need to report?

Licensees are required to report the following*:

  • the licence number of the licensee to whom the liquor is supplied
  • the postcode of the premises to which the liquor is delivered
  • the type of liquor* supplied, being low strength beer, medium strength beer, heavy strength beer, wine, fortified wine, spirits, ready to drink spirits and cider
  • the volume in litres of each type of liquor that is supplied, including:
    • if beer is supplied, the volume supplied in a container with a capacity of
      • 48 litres or less; or
      • more than 48 litres
    • if wine or fortified wine is supplied, the volume supplied in a small container, large container or bulk**
  • the dollar value of each type of liquor supplied.

* Requirements may alter each financial year

** The Liquor Control Reform (Wholesale Liquor Supply Information) Regulations 2015 (PDF, 105KB) provides definitions of types of liquor as well as definitions of small, large or bulk containers.

What format should I report it in?

Wholesale sales data must be reported in a form approved by the VCGLR.

Please visit our online portal to report your data

Full details on the information to be reported is available under 'Record keeping requirements' and the Regulations (PDF, 72KB).

Download the FAQs. 

How do I report?

Reporting must be done via the online portal. 

Download the FAQs for more information assistance. 

Reporting deadline

The reporting period ended 15 August 2017.

Are there any exemptions?

Some small businesses are exempt from the requirement to report. Exemptions apply to independent producers that produce less than:

  • 8,750 litres of spirits
  • 28,500 litres of wine
  • 100,000 litres of cider
  • 100,000 litres of beer in a financial year.

If you exceed the limit in one liquor category, you must collect and report information about all of your wholesale liquor transactions. Exemptions do not apply to importers.

There are some licensees that may be exempt from this reporting requirement. To find out if you are required to report or to register as exempt, please visit the wholesale data portal.

Please note: registering your exemption will ensure that we know not to contact you again regarding the 2016-2017 reporting period.

More information

Use the wholesales sales data portal to report your wholesale transactions

Page last modified 
16 August 2017