You will require this permit if you intend to sell alcohol from a premises that is not otherwise licensed to sell alcohol. The permit is issued to the person who applies on behalf of an association, society, organisation, club or other bona fide body running the event or function. If alcohol is being provided by way of an entry fee into a function, a cost per glass or pre-sold tickets, then it is considered that alcohol is being sold and a Special Permit will need to be obtained.
There are four types of Special Permit, and they may be issued based on the amount of time a permit is required:
- Up to four days;
- Four to thirty days;
- Six months; and
- Twelve months.
The Agency may grant a permit if satisfied that the principal purpose of the function is not the sale or consumption of alcohol and that this is incidental to the event, and if satisfied that it is reasonable to grant the permit.
If you are planning to allow patrons to BYO (bring their own) alcohol, please consult your local council for compliance issues.
Please consult the Contact Officer for more information.
A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.
To be eligible to apply for this permit you must:
- Apply to the Agency on the approved form;
- Be at least 18 years old;
- Supply any required documentation; and
- Pay the fee.
The permit is issued to the person who applies on behalf of an association, society, organisation, club or other bona fide body running the event or function.
Please consult the Contact Officer for more information regarding eligibility requirements.
To be determined at the time of application.
Permit valid for 12 months.
|Application||$198.90||Permit valid for 6 months.
|Application||$168.30||Permit valid for between 4 and 30 days, both inclusive.
|Application||$61.20||Permit valid for less then 4 days.
Before proceeding with an application for a liquor licence, it is recommended that you contact the Agency for more information.
Department of Treasury and Finance
Tasmanian Liquor and Gaming Commission
Liquor Licensing Act 1990 (Tasmania)
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