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Liquor and Gaming Application Noticeboard

Visit the Noticeboard

The Noticeboard lists all liquor applications and applications for gaming machine entitlements, transfers and threshold increases.

Anyone can visit the Noticeboard to check the status of liquor and gaming related licence applications in NSW and make submissions in support of, or against, any application.

The Noticeboard is current up to the day of your search, so you can learn about the latest event​​​​s involving liquor and gaming licences in your neighbourhood.

The Noticeboard​ can be used to search for applications for new liquor licences, changes to existing liquor licences, gaming machine entitlements, transfers and threshold increases by area.

Simple search

Type the name of the suburb you want to investigate in the main box and hit SEARCH.

Advanced search

This method allows you to search by:

  • suburb
  • postcode
  • local government area
  • licence name
  • type of application
  • application status
  • date.

Both searches will tell you:

  • ​the date we posted the application
  • the application number
  • the application type
  • licence name
  • address, suburb and postcode
  • local government area
  • a copy of the liquor licence notice
  • a copy of any community impact statement or local impact assessment
  • a copy of any relevant plans
  • the date that public submissions and the review period close
  • the status of the application.

Find details about a specific liquor licence

The Service NSW public register is an online government database that includes details about all NSW liquor licences.

Anyone can look up liquor licence records, including information about the conditions that apply to a particular liquor licence. Find out more about conditions.

Once you’ve found the application you wish to make a submission on, click on the application number to access the form.

You can make a submission relating to any of the following applications:

  • Liquor licence
  • Authorisations and changes to conditions on a liquor licence
  • Gaming machine threshold increases with Class 1 and Class 2 Location Impact Assessment (LIA)
  • Gaming machine dealer's licence.

You can apply to the Independent Liquor & Gaming Authority Board (ILGA) to review a decision made by L&GNSW in relation to the:

  • application for the grant or removal of an on-premises licence relating
    to a restaurant with a primary service authorisation (PSA), a karaoke bar, catering service or vessel
  • application for the grant or removal of a small bar licence
  • application for the grant or removal of a producer/wholesaler licence that includes an application for a drink on-premises authorisation under section 50 of the Liquor Act 2007
  • application for a packaged liquor licence limited to the sale of liquor by telephone, internet and other remote means
  • application for permanent extended trading hours for any of the relevant licences listed.

Apply for a review on a decision: Review of delegated ILGA decisions made by L&GNSW (PDF 765.1 KB)

We're here to help. 

Use our online feedback form to send us your questions, suggestions or feedback. You can also:

Call: 1300 024 720 | Monday to Friday 9am - 4pm

Email: contact.us@liquorandgaming.nsw.gov.au

Visit: Level 6, 323 Castlereagh Street, Haymarket

Access the Liquor Act 2007 and the Liquor Regulation 2018 at www.legislation.nsw.gov.au