Applying for a liquor or wine licence
The Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation (OLGR) regulates liquor and wine licences and permits applications in Queensland.
This guide explains how to apply for a liquor or wine licence, including:
- fees and charges—the amounts vary depending on the type of business
- advertising requirements
- when a community impact statement (CIS) is required
- when a risk-assessed management plan (RAMP) is required
- decisions about liquor licence applications that have received community comments.
Applications for new liquor or wine licences may take up to 3 months to be approved. Remember to account for this in your planning as it may influence when you can open your business.