Annual liquor licence fees due 29 May

Annual liquor licence fees are due 29 May

Fee notices were issued in April via post, email and SMS.  If you have not received your fee notice, please contact Liquor and Gaming NSW.

If you don't pay your liquor licence, it will be suspended from 27 June, a late fee will apply, and significant penalties apply if you sell liquor.

All liquor licensees pay a base fee depending on the licence type. Risk-based loadings such as trading hours risk loading and compliance risk loadings may also be applied. However, most venues in NSW only need to pay the base fee.

For more information about annual liquor licence fees and key payment dates, visit our website.