Liquor and gaming guidelines
Publication and resources
This guideline is for liquor licence applicants. It explains how to complete a community impact statement (CIS).
This guideline is for acoustic consultants on how to prepare noise assessment reports for licensed premises. It replaced Guideline 50—Acoustic consultants on 1 July 2019. You can use the guideline 51 spreadsheet for data recording and...
Use this spreadsheet to edit the data recording and calculation tables from Liquor guideline 51, sections 13(4) and 14(4).
This guideline is for licensees to ensure any practices and promotions associated with the service, supply or consumption of liquor is undertaken responsibly and in a way compatible with minimising harm.
Find out what the Commissioner considers when approving liquor licences for premises that sell petrol. (Withdrawn 3 November 2020, following consultation with DTMR and QPS, which revealed a lack of evidence to support any nexus between...
This guideline is for gaming machine licence applicants. It explains applications for gaming machine licences, additional licensed premises, increases in gaming machine numbers and increases in trading hours.
This guideline is for gaming machine licence applicants. It explains how to complete a community impact statement (CIS).
This guideline applies to the conduct of, and participation in, the authorised sale of operating authorities (authorities).
This guideline applies to the conduct of, and participation in, the authorised sale of gaming machine entitlements (entitlements) Division 4 of Part 3B of the Gaming Machine Act 1991.
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