Requirement to display liquor licence details
Once your application for a Queensland liquor licence is approved you'll be issued with a licence document. Your licence contains the following information:
- name and licence number of the premises
- licensee name
- address of the premises
- licensed area description
- permitted trading hours
- trading conditions.
View an example liquor licence.
You must keep your licence on the licensed premises and, if requested, present it to any Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation (OLGR) compliance officer or a police officer who inspects your premises.
If your licence document is destroyed or misplaced, you must apply for a replacement licence and pay the relevant fee.
Details you must display on premises
Licensees must display a sign containing the following details on a conspicuous part of the premises, in letters at least 15mm high:
- name of licensee
- name of premises
- nature of the business (e.g. restaurant, hotel, club)
- permitted trading hours, including any approved extended trading hours.
This is a requirement of the Liquor Act 1992.
Read Guideline 14: Particulars to be displayed on licensed premises for more information.