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In July 2015, the Sporting Legends Club, located in Sale within the Wellington Shire, applied to the Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation to vary the number of gaming machines permitted at the club from 74 to 80.
There are different types of licences for a sporting or community club which are outlined on this page.
This page provides information on designated dry areas and what they mean for liquor licence applications.
The Liquor Control Reform Act 1998 (the Act) regulates the supply and consumption of liquor in Victoria.
Clubs may apply for approval to allow unaccompanied underage persons on their licensed premises for sporting and ancillary activities.
Licensed venues that supply alcohol for consumption on-site are required to provide free drinking water to their patrons.
All licences granted in Victoria have a set of standard obligations that a licence holder must meet in order to comply with the requirements of the licence. This page summarises the standard obligations.
Liquor fees are a standard business cost for all licensees, and as such all licensees should factor this fee into their business planning.
If you do not have a copy of your approved plan contact the VCGLR.