Compliance for liquor licensees and permittees
Learn more about licensee's compliance obligations under the Liquor Act and Wine Industry Act.
Use this checklist to help meet your obligations as a liquor and gaming licensee and understand what OLGR compliance officers look for during inspections.
Liquor licensees have a legal obligation to provide a safe environment for both employees and patrons. Learn more about key safety issues on licensed premises.
Learn more about banning orders and when liquor licensees and their staff may refuse to serve a patron.
Learn how to comply with security and monitoring requirements for your licensed venue, including security staff, CCTV, ID scanning and banning problem patrons.
Learn about preventing minors and under-age drinking at your licensed premises and the penalties you and your staff face for non-compliance.
Find out about compliance for liquor licensees relating to banned alcohol products and use of regular glass.
Understand noise restrictions at licensed premises and how to reduce noise. Find a Queensland acoustic consultant to meet liquor licensing noise requirements.
Find out about liquor trading hours during Anzac Day, Easter, Christmas and New Year and how to apply for extended trading hours.
Liquor licensees can find out their obligations for trading outside of approved trading hours.
Find out about additional measures that liquor licensees within the Brisbane City Council area must comply with.
Learn how to minimise the chance of a liquid nitrogen accident. As a licensee you should develop or adopt guidelines about its safe use when preparing drinks.
Queensland liquor licensees must comply with acceptable alcohol promotions and advertising, promoting responsible liquor use and maintaining a safe environment.
Find out the trading conditions in catchment areas that support alcohol restrictions and limit the amount of illicit alcohol that enters a restricted area.
Liquor licensees must take reasonable steps to remove a person wearing or carrying prohibited items associated with an identified organisation.
Learn how you, your staff and patrons can be penalised and fined if you don't comply with Queensland liquor laws.
Download, print and display Queensland liquor compliance signage free-of-charge. Tell your patrons what you expect of them while at your licensed premises.
Annual liquor licence fees are due on 31 July each year. Learn more about the penalties for non-payment.
Learn your rights and responsibilities when being interviewed for non-compliance under the Liquor Act 1992.
Liquor and wine licensees can find out how to complete an annual return.