Licensees can avoid the wait to receive their 2019 liquor licence renewal notices by registering an account on the Liquor Portal.
It is an offence under the Liquor Control Reform Act 1998 (the Act) for anyone to display (or cause to be displayed) static alcohol advertising within 150 metres of the perimeter of a school for any direct or indirect financial benefit.
This page sets out what is required when a gaming venue operator wishes to change the layout of their gaming machine area (GMA). This is often referred to in the gaming industry as the “area within the green line”.
This frequently asked questions (FAQs) page contains answers to commonly raised questions on the star rating and demerit points system.
A liquor licence or BYO permit authorises the supply and/or consumption of liquor within a defined area, known as the licensed premises (shown by a red line drawn on a plan of the licensed premises). This page has information about modifying the plan.
You and your staff need to be particularly vigilant when checking identification (ID) in the lead up to summer and school leavers season.
Licensees can expect to receive their renewal notices in the mail soon.
The third and final instalment of the three-part series created by the VCGLR is now available for viewing.
Failing to ensure a valid liquor licence was in place ended up being an expensive lesson for the new owners of a licensed premises in regional Victoria.
The second video of a three-part series documenting the journey of the VCGLR is now available for viewing.