Anyone under the age of 18 years old is considered a minor. Find out how the law is applied.
Significant penalties apply when selling or supplying alcohol to a person under 18 years and may result in a cancellation of your liquor licence.
There are a number of types of cards to prove a patrons age, and it is important that your venue has practices in place to accept proof of age and ID documents.
Depending on your venue and liquor licence, minors can be permitted in specific areas and times.
Selling alcohol to minors can result in a suspension or cancellation of your licence. Sanctions are triggered when a licensee is convicted of selling liquor to a minor on a licensed premises.
Schoolies can be challenging for licensees. This information may help venues reduce their risk of non-compliance and prevent underage drinking.