Our events for local liquor accords provide the latest information on industry changes, best practise and strategies that create safe, enjoyable and vibrant venues.

Upcoming events

Free training for all Responsible Service of Alcohol (RSA) Competency Card holders will be available in Newcastle and the Snowy Mountains in June 2017. The sessions will feature over 90 minutes of education, covering recent industry changes and a refresh of RSA best practice.
These free sessions are a joint initiative of the local Liquor Accords and Liquor & Gaming NSW to support frontline staff.

Snowy Mountains
  • 14 June 2017, 2 – 4pm at the Perisher Ski Centre Hotel
  • 15 June 2017, 3 – 5pm at the Banjo Patterson Inn
  • 16 June 2017, 11am – 1pm at the Thredbo Alpine Hotel
Download the event poster or RSVP with the session you wish to attend to jindy2627@gmail.com.
  • 26 June 2017, 11am – 12pm at the Grain Store Newcastle
  • 26 June 2017, 6 – 8pm at the Grain Store Newcastle
Download the event poster or RSVP with the session you wish to attend to corey@grainstorenewastle.com.au.
For more information or to request a session in your area, please contact the Sector Education and Support team accords@justice.nsw.gov.au.

Past events

Information Exchange
In 2015 six Information Exchange events were held across NSW. The events provided communication and networking opportunities for stakeholders, and encouraged collaboration between industry, government and community representatives. 

Photo of Information Exchange Event Attendees - 8 October 2015At the event held in Blacktown, from left: Superintendent Gary Merryweather, Paul Drohan, Jo Kelly, Neale Vaughn, Iona Krefel and Detective Superintendent Murray Reynolds

Key outcomes:

  • Liquor & Gaming NSW gained an understanding of stakeholders' priorities and created the Top Tips for Accords easy reference guide (PDF, 154KB), providing best practice guidelines and compliance audit tips.
  • Video of the Sydney CBD Information Exchange event was made available on YouTube.
  • A video case study 'Hung Over, You're Over' was developed as part of the event series, highlighting the benefits of collaboration to proactively address local alcohol-related issues. Watch the campaign video on YouTube.