You must apply for an adult entertainment permit if you wish to conduct sexually explicit entertainment on licensed premises. You can apply for an adult entertainment permit for one-off occasions, or for an ongoing period of 3 years.
Any adult entertainment conducted on licensed premises must by authorised by an adult entertainment permit.
Adult entertainment is defined in the Liquor Act 1992 and includes where the anus, vulva, vagina, penis or scrotum of any performer or staff member will be visible, either deliberately or by accident, during the provision of entertainment or other activities at your venue.
Note: You may make up to 6 one-off applications each year, otherwise you require a 3-year permit.
There are a number of restrictions on what can or cannot occur in relation to adult entertainment.
If you are conducting sexually explicit entertainment under an adult entertainment permit, you must display a sign at the entrance to the room or area advising patrons that adult entertainment is being provided and that minors cannot enter. This sign will be provided to you by the Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation upon approval of your permit.
If you wish to advertise the adult entertainment, the advertisement must not describe the sexually explicit nature of the acts performed in the entertainment.
If you wish to advertise the adult entertainment through print media, the advertisement must not contain graphics or photographs and it must be limited in size to not more than 80mm x 50mm.
Any other advertising for adult entertainment such as matchboxes, napkins, coasters, building signs, car signs, etc, must not contain graphics or photographs.
You must not publish any advertisement for adult entertainment through radio or television, or by film or video recording.
Form 33: Personal details schedule (adult entertainment)
Credit card payment authority form
Form 9: Application for approved extended trading hours
Form 34: Character reference
Form 51: Application for approved controller of adult entertainment
Form 10: Application for one-off extended trading hours (liquor or gaming)
Form 32: Application for adult entertainment permit