View the recent Coronavirus information for licensees
Year 12 students will be finishing up their studies and celebrating their achievements between November 28 and December 12 this year, which could mean more house parties, larger crowds, and an increased risk for licensees.
New Year’s Eve is just around the corner.
Are you aware of the extended ordinary trading hours for your licence?
Today our Annual Report 2019-20 was tabled in State Parliament.
International drivers’ licences and Victorian marine licences can now be accepted as evidence of age documents by licensed venues.
Venue operators and staff are reminded that credits left on gaming machines are unclaimed winnings and must not be played by venue staff or gaming technicians.
Almost 3000 temporary liquor licences have been granted to help businesses adapt their service model and stay open during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
This week the Department of Justice and Community Safety announced new Responsible Service of Gaming (RSG) refresher training requirements.
Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) training moves to national accreditation and online.
We have released our Corporate Plan for 2020-23.
Clubs that earned revenue from gaming machines between 1 July 2019 – 30 June 2020 need to provide us with an audited Community Benefit Statement (CBS) by 30 September 2020 as required by the Gambling Regulation Act 2003 (GRA).