IMPORTANT NOTICE: Stage 2 and 3 restrictions are currently still in place. For more information, see:COVID-19 information for licensees
The Victorian Commission of Gambling and Liquor Regulation last night took out the Institute of Public Administration Australia’s (IPAA) 2018 Innovative Regulation Award.
New optional signage has been created to help licensees and staff explain to patrons the laws around minors drinking liquor on licensed premises and the purchasing of liquor for minors.
We prepare and publish decisions and reasons for decisions in relation to certain liquor applications and disciplinary action proceedings.
Premises that advertise wagering or betting services are reminded that such advertising is prohibited in certain circumstances.
This page includes case studies demonstrating industry best practice across gaming and liquor.
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.
As university and college students get ready to take part in Orientation Week (O-Week) activities, licensees are being reminded to be extra vigilant.
Unsure what licence is required for your business or event?
Our liquor licence selector tool aims to give you a better understanding of the process and will help guide you towards making the right selection.
VCGLR inspectors were out and about this New Year’s Eve, making sure licensees remained compliant and that Victorians were able to safely celebrate on one of the busiest nights of the year.
Payment for your 2019 liquor licence is due in full by 31 December 2018.