Reports, studies and data relating to the activities of the Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation (VCGLR) and information about licensees.
The VCGLR regulates businesses focusing on the people, premises, products and promotions involved in supplying gambling and liquor.
Through our complaints process, we investigate breaches under a number of Acts, including the Liquor Control Reform Act 1998 Gambling Regulation Act 2003 and the Casino Control Act 1991.
Fees are charged when making an application for a liquor licence, and annually thereafter as provided for under the Liquor Control Reform Act 1998.
A restaurant and cafe licence permits the sale of liquor for consumption on the premises. This page contains information on how to apply for a licence.
This page provides information on designated dry areas and what they mean for liquor licence applications.
The Victorian Government has extended the freeze on granting new liquor licence applications to trade after 1am in local governments areas of Melbourne (including Docklands), Stonnington, Yarra and Port Phillip, until 30 June 2019.
This application kit contains all the information and forms you need to complete and submit your application for a restaurant and cafe licence.
There are things you will need to consider, including licence requirements, before applying for a restaurant and cafe liquor licence.
Licensees need to be aware of their responsibilities not to allow drunk, violent or quarrelsome persons to enter or remain on their licensed premises. This page provides information on banning or barring patrons.
Liquor fees are charged for licence applications, and a range of other activities relating to the licensing system.