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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.
Liquor licence applications, including variations and transfers received from 1 January 2021 will incur an application fee.
The Victorian Government has announced a range of tax relief measures as part of its economic survival package in response to coronavirus, including reimbursing businesses that have paid for a renewable liquor licence for 2020
We prepare and publish decisions and reasons for decisions in relation to certain liquor applications and disciplinary action proceedings.
The Melbourne Casino Operator (Crown) is regulated by a range of state and federal government regulators and law enforcement agencies. Our role is to regulate gambling and liquor licensees to minimise harm and ensure Victorians and visitors enjoy safe and responsible gambling and liquor environments.
The Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation (VCGLR) is making it easier for licensees to renew their liquor licence and save trees along the way.
There is a lot to know and do when taking over a gaming venue operator licence.
Our Liquor Portal makes it easier than ever to update your contact details today.
Supervision charges for the 2017-18 financial year are now due for gaming venue operators. Penalties apply for late payment.