IMPORTANT NOTICE: A Declared State of Disaster is currently in place across Victoria. For more information, see: COVID-19 information for licensees
Objections to a liquor licence application can now be completed online.
Businesses that hold a permanent liquor licence must renew their licence each year to continue to supply liquor. This is typically done by paying an annual renewal fee.
The annual rate for gambling and liquor fees and penalties will remain unchanged.
If you hold a coronavirus (COVID-19) temporary liquor licence, general licence, packaged liquor licence, late night (general) licence or late night (packaged liquor) licence you can supply liquor for takeaway or delivery, unless there is a condition on your licence that prohibits you from doing so.
The Victorian government recently announced changes to coronavirus restrictions that allow the re-opening of some licensed premises.
We are working with government departments and agencies to support licensees through current state of emergency trading restrictions.
From next week, our Education team will hit the ‘virtual streets’ with their ‘Street Talk’ program to support liquor licence holders with a coronavirus (COVID-19) temporary limited licence.
All online and telephone betting providers, in Victoria or elsewhere, providing interactive wagering and betting services to Victorian residents must comply with strict requirements under the direction of the Minister for Consumer Affairs, Gaming and Liquor Regulation, which comes into effect on 26 May 2020 (New Direction) and replaces the previous direction issued on 20 May 2019 (Previous Direction).
Feedback on a proposal to declare five existing Designated Area Orders covering the entertainment precincts of Mildura, Footscray, Colac, Mornington and Sunshine for a period of ten years is now invited.