A restricted liquor permit is issued for non-proprietary clubs that wish to trade for up to a maximum of 10 hours per week or 25 hours per week. This permit is most appropriate for clubs which operate on a seasonal basis and/or share the premises with other organisations.
Trading hours are nominated by the club and endorsed on the permit. These hours are not transferable.
Note: The cost of the permit depends on the number of months and the number of trading hours per week.
If you hold a restricted liquor permit, you may sell liquor for consumption on the premises to:
members of another club with formal reciprocal rights
guests of a member or reciprocal member (in the member's company).
In addition to the above, a club that is an RSL or services club may sell liquor to:
an RSL honorary member and their guest(s) providing they are accompanied by the member; and
a defence member and their guest(s) providing they are accompanied by the member.
You must keep 2 registers:
a register of members with subscription details
a register of all members of reciprocal clubs or guests who visit the club.