You must comply with all the conditions listed on your licence. This includes responsibilities related to trading hours, safety, advertising and noise. You must not conduct business on the licensed premises other than that authorised by the licence.
Trial change to distance criteria for resident visitors
From 1 September 2021, the Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation (OLGR) has trialled relaxing the requirements relating to:
- distance criteria, and
- maintaining a register of members and all visitors to cummunity clubs.
The trial has been extended until 30 June 2024 to allow for consultation and possible regulatory changes.
Ordinarily, community club licensees can only sell liquor to visitors who live more than 15km from their premises (except for members and their guests). Under the trial, community club licensees can sell liquor to visitors no matter how far away they live. Clubs are also not required to keep records of guests and visitors under the trial.
A visitor is someone who physically attends the club and consumes liquor on the premises or purchases takeaway liquor.
Participating in the trial is voluntary. You don't need to notify OLGR.
Read the distance criteria statement of regulatory intent for more information.