This pages provides gambling and liquor rules and regulations for under 18s in Victoria.
We prepare and publish decisions and reasons for decisions in relation to certain liquor applications and disciplinary action proceedings.
An organisation hosting a raffle, fundraising event or bingo game must be registered as a community or charitable organisation.
It is important for licensees/permittees to understand their obligations when it comes to people under 18 and recreational minor gaming activities such as raffles.
From 26 May 2019, online or telephone betting operators providing interactive wagering and betting services to Victorian residents must comply with strict new requirements regarding betting account deposit limits, restrictions on direct marketing and a ban on inducements for consumers to continue betting.
We're here to help and work with you to understand the rules and regulations involved with the sale and supply of alcohol under your licence.
Some Victorian liquor licensees must collect and report information about their annual wholesale transactions to other Victorian licensees. Read more to find out how and when to report.
Anyone under the age of 18 years is considered a minor.
The legal drinking age in Victoria is 18 years. It's illegal for any person to supply alcohol to a minor on licensed premises. It's also illegal for a minor to be on licensed premises to purchase, receive or consume alcohol.
Ticket-In Ticket-Out (TITO) technology enables patrons to collect credits from a gaming machine via a barcoded ticket that can be exchanged for cash or used in another gaming machine to continue play.
Some small businesses are not required to have a liquor licence when supplying liquor. There are strict conditions regarding these exemptions.