Short term (five year) liquor licence

A short term (five year) licence allows you to sell, supply or authorise the consumption of liquor at events endorsed on your licence.

This licence may suit applicants whose business does not fit into a permanent licence category. It may also benefit event organisers who would usually apply for a short term licence on an annual basis.

When applying you'll need to nominate at least one event for endorsement. Additional events can be added later.

What you'll need

Application fees

Licence summary

This licence allows the licensee to sell liquor in accordance with the events endorsed on the licence.

The licence will expire five years after the date on which it is granted.

This licence can't be transferred.

Optional additions

Prescribed entertainment

You will need to apply for prescribed entertainment consent if an event will have entertainment that:

  • is sexually explicit
  • involves boxing or martial arts.

Prescribed entertainment consent becomes part of your licence and can be applied to any event endorsed under the licence.

What you'll need

Positions of authority

You'll need to determine who holds a position of authority within your corporate structure or trust, and lodge an application to have those persons approved.

What happens next

You can log in to LGO at any time to track the progress of your application.

You'll also receive periodic email notifications asking you to log in to receive important information such as the date that your application will be considered (determination date).

Contact CBS Liquor and Gaming

Email: liquorandgaming@sa.gov.au

Phone: 131 882

In person:
91 Grenfell Street
Adelaide

Post:
GPO Box 2169
Adelaide SA 5001


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Page last updated 18 November 2019

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Attorney-General's Department
URL:
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Last Updated:
18/11/19
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