Liquor licences are attached to premises, not a person.
If you are moving your business to another location, you must apply to take your liquor licence with you.
In fact, we treat an application to remove a liquor licence from one venue to another the same as an application for a new liquor licence.
The fee to remove a liquor licence is the same as the fee to apply for a new liquor licence of the same type.
We might impose new conditions on your new licence, depending on how you want to operate your venue and any feedback we get about your proposed licence removal.
Liquor & Gaming NSW will always give you a chance to respond before we impose new trading hours or conditions on your liquor licence.
Any authorisation that applies to your liquor licence at its current premises – primary service, minor's area, extended trading – will no longer be valid.
If you want new authorisations for your new premises, you must apply for them at the same time that you lodge your application to remove your liquor licence.
On-premises licence Restaurants, caterers, boats, motels and more.
Small bar licence Venues holding 100 people or less.
General bar licenceA type of hotel licence that does not allow take-away liquor and gaming.
Hotel licenceTo sell alcohol for consumption on and off the premises.
Packaged liquor licenceBottle shops and online businesses.
Club licenceTo supply liquor to members of a club or their guests.
Producer/wholesaler licenceLiquor producers or wholesalers who sell alcohol to individuals or businesses who hold a liquor licence.
We will not consider your application until you give us the following:
We advise you to read our guideline on theconsideration of social impact under Section 48(5) of the Liquor Act 2007 (PDF, 351KB) when you prepare any application that needs a CIS. If you don't conduct the proper CIS we can't consider your application.
Incomplete applications will not be processed.
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