ILGA can review certain decisions made by the Secretary, Department of Industry under the gaming and liquor legislation. Decisions made by the Secretary that can be reviewed by ILGA include:
Certain ILGA decisions made under delegation by Department of Industry staff can be subject to a merits review by ILGA. Delegated decisions reviewable by ILGA are an application lodged from 1 February 2016 for the grant or removal of a small bar licence, a producer/wholesaler licence that includes an application for a drink on premises authorisation, a packaged liquor licence requiring a Category A Community Impact Statement (limited to the sale of liquor by telephone, online and other remote means), and an on premises licence relating to a:
The Regulation also enables delegated decisions in relation to an application lodged from 1 February 2016 for extended trading for the above licences to permit the sale of liquor after midnight to be reviewed by ILGA.
A $100 fee applies to any other person who has standing to seek a review of a prescribed delegated decision. Under the Gaming and Liquor Administration Act 2007, standing is limited to those persons required to be notified of the application and who made a submission in relation to the application.
Review of decision by Delegate of the Independent Liquor and Gaming Authority – Big Poppy’s – 19 January 2018 (PDF 81.5 KB)
Review of Decision by Delegate of Independent Liquor and Gaming Authority On-Premises (Restaurant) Licence – Gallagher’s Bar and Grill, Double Bay - 31 July 2017 (PDF 408.3 KB)