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Paying your annual fee

Annual liquor licence fees are due for payment on Monday, 29 May 2017.  Fee notices are issued in April via post and email. If you don't receive your fee notice in April, please contact Service NSW on 13 77 88.

You can pay your annual liquor licence fee:

Fee reassessment

Did you know you can apply for a fee reassessment if you think an error has been made in the calculation of your liquor licence fee? 

You can apply to the Secretary for a re-assessment. Liquor & Gaming NSW will make a decision regarding your application and you will be advised via email of the outcome. The fee reassessment application period runs from Thursday 6 April until Monday 24 July 2017

How do I apply for a fee reassessment?
You can apply for a fee reassessment online here​​.

How will I know if my application is successful?
Liquor & Gaming NSW will contact you via email with the outcome of your fee reassessment application.

What do I do if I haven't received the outcome of my fee reassessment application before the 29 May 2017 fee payment deadline? 
We encourage you to submit your fee reassessment application as soon as possible so advice about any adjusted payment can be given before the fee payment date on 29 May 2017.

You should pay your full annual liquor licence fee if Liquor & Gaming NSW has not informed you of the outcome of your fee reassessment application before 29 May 2017.

If you do not apply for a fee reassessment until after the 29 May payment date, you should also still pay your full annual liquor licence fee by 29 May 2017.

If you are informed that your fee reassessment application has been successful after the 29 May 2017 Liquor & Gaming NSW will refund the difference in fee.​

Fee waivers

If you're suffering from financial hardship and are concerned you won't be able to pay your 2017 annual liquor licence fee, you can apply to have all, or part, of your fee waived. The fee waiver application period closed on Monday 22 May 2017.  

For more information on the fee waiver application, read the annual liquor licence fee waiver policy​.

How will I know if my application is successful?
Liquor & Gaming NSW will contact you via email with the outcome of your fee waiver assessment.

What do I do if I haven't received the results of my fee reassessment application before the 29 May 2017 fee payment deadline?
We encourage you to submit your fee waiver applications as soon as possible so advice about any adjusted payment can be given before the fee payment date on 29 May 2017.

If you have not been informed of the outcome of your fee waiver application before 29 May 2017 you should pay your annual liquor licence fee in full. If you are informed that your fee waiver application has been successful after this date Liquor & Gaming NSW will refund the waived amount.

Do I have to pay the annual liquor licence fee if I am currently not trading?

If you cease trading for six weeks or more you need to notify Liquor & Gaming NSW and complete the Ce​ase to trade form (PDF, 98KB). You will still need to pay your annual liquor licence fee as your licence will still be valid.​

​Have your contact details changed?

It's important to tell us if you've changed your contact details, so we can send you payment notices and reminders about your liquor licence fee. You can update your contact details online here​, or you can call us on 1300 024 720. 


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