View the recent Coronavirus information for licensees
The Australian Taxation Office (ATO) has an increased focus on ‘illicit alcohol’. This is the term used to describe when businesses that make, store, import or distribute alcohol don’t pay the correct excise or customs duty when they’re required to. This includes spirits and beer, but not wine. It’s illegal and can put your business at risk.
A residents’ register must be kept on licensed premises where accommodation is provided by holders of a general licence, a late night (general) licence, an on-premises licence, or a late night (on-premises) licence.
The VCGLR has released a new animated video titled “On-premises licences”.
To help support new entrants to the industry, the VCGLR has the following key information and guidelines for new licensees.
On this page you will find links to information about your obligations as a licence holder of a bar or nightclub.
The following pages provide compliance and enforcement information related to bar or nightclub liquor licences.
The annual White Night festival is shaking things up in 2017 taking place over two iconic nights in two different settings.
Schoolies season is about to kick-off in Victoria. The Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation reminds both licensees and school leavers to know their responsibilities so everyone can enjoy schoolies safely.
Fees are charged when making an application for a liquor licence, and annually thereafter as provided for under the Liquor Control Reform Act 1998. This page covers the fees.
An on-premises licence authorises the sale of liquor for consumption on the licensed premises. This page explains how to apply for a licence.