This licence allows the sale and supply of alcohol for drinking at the specified licensed premises, i.e. cafes, taverns and hotels. The area specified as licensed is defined on plans provided and may include outside areas.
On-licences are issued for one year (a probation year) and then normally renewed for three years.
This is an endorsed on-licence (specific to restaurants) which allows customers of the premises to bring their own alcohol and drink it at the premises while they are dining. See the information under host responsibility and our BYO information sheet which give you guidance on how to manage BYO in your restaurant.
All alcohol licence applications require a Certificate of Compliance for the premises. You must include this with your application.
View the working days specified in the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act that could affect application processing times. If your application is complete, there are no objections and all building requirements are met, on-licences can normally be processed within four to six weeks.
Please read the checklist on the form to make sure you include all the extra documents we need with your application. Incomplete applications will be returned.
View the Alcohol licensing fees [PDF, 1.6 MB]. The fees for processing your application are non-refundable, and must be paid when you apply for your licence.
New licence applications are received through a pre-lodgement meeting. You will need to make an appointment with an Inspector to lodge your new licence application.
These documents give more information about applying for and holding an on-licence: