To sell, serve or supply alcohol in NSW, you need a liquor licence. A liquor licence allows you to sell serve or supply liquor as part of your business activity, or at an event. There are seven different liquor licences available in NSW.
Use our interactive licence selector to help you choose the best licence to suit you.
The content of this tool is provided for information purposes only. While every reasonable effort has been made to match activities to a NSW liquor licence category there will be times where no licence is available for the intended activity. For more information about liquor licences visit the Liquor & Gaming NSW website, or use the Contact Us form.
A liquor licence isn't required in some circumstances, such as at retirement village, hospitals and nursing homes and auctions. You can read more about this in our fact sheet:
Visit these pages to learn more about what you need to run a licensed business: