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This licence replaces the wine and beer producer’s licence and authorises the supply of:
alcohol that is your own product to any other licensee at any time and at any place (wholesale)
your own product to the public from your licensed premises for both on and off-premises consumption
any liquor, including your own product, from your licensed premises for on-premises consumption
your own product to a person who makes an off-premises request (for example, orders by way of email, telephone, facsimile transmission, internet or other electronic communication)
your own product from an additional retail premises for consumption away from the licensed premises.
An on-premises licence with restaurant conditions requires that the main activity carried out on the licensed premises is the preparation and serving of meals.
As the holder of an on-premises licence you are allowed to supply alcohol to people within your licensed area
As the holder of a late night (packaged liquor) licence you are allowed to supply alcohol in sealed containers to people within your licensed area.
As the holder of a general licence you are allowed to supply alcohol to people within your licensed area.
From 1 July 2021, the only recognised Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) training course in Victoria will be the nationally accredited RSA qualification (SITHFAB002) obtained face-to-face or online from an approved Registered Training Organisation (RTO).
YourPlay is an initiative to help players gamble responsibly by setting time and spend limits on a personal gaming card prior to playing. Known as pre-commitment, players can track their activity on their card as they go.
Each financial year, gaming venue operators (venue operators) are required to pay a supervision charge to recover the costs of regulating the gaming industry in Victoria.
In light of the current COVID-19 restrictions a further deferral has been granted for the outstanding March 2020 gaming tax. The new collection date will be Tuesday 7 September 2021.
As the winter sports season is now in full swing, it is a great time to check your liquor and gaming licence responsibilities.