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.
Member and visitor register
A register of members and a register of all visitors to the club (except minors and visiting players) must be maintained and be available for inspection at the premises at any time.
Note that during coronavirus (COVID-19) restrictions, a statement of regulatory intent is in place that removes this requirement while registering with the Check In Qld app is mandated.
Trial change to distance criteria for resident visitors
A voluntary trial allowing community club licensees to sell liquor to local visitors will start on Wednesday, 1 September 2021, as part of the Queensland Government's economic recovery plan.
Ordinarily, community club licensees can only sell liquor to visitors who live more than 15 kilometres from their premises (except for members and their guests). As part of the two-year trial, this requirement will not be enforced -community club licensees will be able to sell liquor to visitors no matter the distance they live from the premises.
To be considered a visitor, a person must physically attend the club and consume liquor on the premises or purchase takeaway liquor. This does not change during the trial.
You can participate any time after the trial begins. You do not need to notify the Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation.
Read the distance criteria statement of regulatory intent for more information.