IMPORTANT NOTICE: Stage 3 restrictions are currently still in place. For more information, see:COVID-19 information for licensees
This New Year’s Eve our inspectors will be looking out for responsible service of alcohol, minors on premises and staff serving intoxicated patrons.
The Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (AUSTRAC) is Australia’s financial intelligence unit and its anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing regulator.
In a bid to reduce the burden on the gambling industry and venue operators, we are currently reviewing the hard meter requirements set out in the Accounting and Auditing Venue Requirements (AAVR).
Information and process for issuing major event licences.
The Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation (VCGLR) is making it easier to apply for a Major Event Liquor Licence with our new online form.
Temporary limited licences are often required by individuals or organisations holding a one-off event such as a ball, a presentation night or an event requiring an extension of trading hours or temporary increase in size of the licensed premises.
You can expect to receive your annual renewal notice from late November
The Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation’s (VCGLR) Annual Report 2018-19 was tabled in State Parliament.
Year 12 students will soon be finishing up their studies and celebrating School leavers (also known as ‘Schoolies’) by heading to popular tourist destinations in Victoria.
The Melbourne Casino Operator (Crown) is regulated by a range of state and federal government regulators and law enforcement agencies. Our role is to regulate gambling and liquor licensees to minimise harm and ensure Victorians and visitors enjoy safe and responsible gambling and liquor environments.