Note: the following conditions must be read in conjunction with the common special conditions in Prescribed Precincts.
A drink, alcoholic or not, may not be sold or supplied for consumption on the premises in a glass after midnight until closing on any day of the week. For 24 hour trading premises, this restriction applies between midnight and 7.00am on any day of the week.
The term glass includes any drinking vessel, or container – such as a bottle or jug, that is made wholly or principally of glass. During these periods, all glass must also be removed from patrons and from public areas of the premises.
Venues which must meet this requirement typically include:
At least one clearly-identified RSA marshal must be on duty from midnight – 3.30am every Friday and Saturday night and public holiday eve and night.
Late trading venues that must meet this requirement typically include:
Find out more about RSA marshals.
High-risk venues must operate an ID Scanner between 9.00pm and 1.30am – or 2.00am for live entertainment exempted venues.
All staff operating the scanners, as well as the licensee, must have completed Privacy training. Penalties apply to staff and licensees where the training has not been completed.
A venue is required to refuse a person entry as a patron if the person:
It is an offence for a person to provide an ID that falsely represents that person. Penalties of up to $5,500 and on-the-spot fines of $500 will apply to a person using a fraudulent ID.
Find out more about ID Scanners and Privacy training.
A closed-circuit television (CCTV) system must be maintained. The CCTV system must comply with the following requirements:
The licensee must:
Venues which must maintain a CCTV system include:
It is noted that many of the special licence conditions for Kings Cross originated from the Kings Cross Precinct Plan of Management, implemented in 2012.