Permit to Consume or Possess Liquor in Public Places - Victoria

Service summary

You will require this permit if you intend to consume or possess liquor in unsealed containers in public places, residential or commercial areas. This includes places owned, occupied, managed or cared for by your local council to which the public has access (whether or not on the payment of an admittance fee).

Your Council may stipulate certain areas and times for which this permit is required.

Service type

Licence

A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.

Eligibility requirements

Please consult the Council for details of any specific restrictions, conditions or requirements that may be applicable to this permit.

Duration

As specified on the permit.

Expiry

30 June or as specified on the permit.

Fees

 TypeAmountDescription
ApplyApplication$20.50

Fees for 2016-17.

Forms

 Resources
Apply

Permit to Consume or Possess Liquor in Public Places - Please contact the responsible council for application forms and registration details.

Administering agency

Wangaratta Rural City Council

Act(s) name

Local Government Act 1989 (Victoria)

Local law(s) name

Community Amenity Local Law 1 2014

Contact details

Local Law Enforcement Officer
Wangaratta Rural City Council


Operating address:
62 - 68 Ovens Street
Wangaratta
Victoria 3677
Mailing address:
PO BOX 238
Wangaratta, Victoria 3676

Phone:

03 5722 0888

Fax:

03 5721 9526
council@wangaratta.vic.gov.au

Website:

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