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We are working with government departments and agencies to implement a range of measures in response to coronavirus and respond to state of emergency changes to restrictions.
Information and process for issuing major event licences.
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.
This year for the first time ever, White Night Melbourne will be running over three consecutive nights from Thursday 22 - Saturday 24 August.
The Wholesale Data reporting period is now open and runs until midnight 15 August 2019.
Compliance and education officers from the Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation (VCGLR) are heading for the snowfields over the next week.
If you are involved in the selling, offering or serving of liquor you most likely require a Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) certificate.
The clock is ticking on venues who have not paid their liquor licence renewal fees.
Before you start celebrating your club’s wins this season, it’s important to make sure its liquor licence ready.
Licensed venues should be careful to make sure ‘Bottomless brunches’ don’t leave them exposed to a possible breach of their liquor licence.