Penalties for selling or supplying alcohol to a disorderly person

It is an offence to sell or supply liquor to a disorderly person on licensed premises. It is also an offence to allow a disorderly person to consume liquor on licensed premises.

The penalties listed below are current as at 1 July 2019. This value changes each year.

Penalties for licensed venue staff and employers

OffencePenalty

Supplying or allowing the supply of alcohol to a disorderly patron

$66,725 for the licensee, permit holder or approved manager

$10,676 for any other person

Allowing alcohol to be consumed by a disorderly person

Read more about penalties for irresponsible service of alcohol .

Penalties for disorderly patrons

Penalties apply to the patron too, so by removing them from the premises you are doing them a favour!

OffencePenalty

Disorderly person attempting to enter a licensed premises after being refused

$6,672

Disorderly person or a person causing a disturbance when refusing to leave a licensed premises

Disorderly person on licensed premises

$3,336

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