Liquor Licensing (Liquor Review) Amendment Bill introduced into Parliament

The Liquor Licensing (Liquor Review) Amendment Bill was introduced into Parliament on 29 March 2017, following community consultation between November 2016 and January 2017.

The final Bill is the culmination of the Government’s vision for a modern liquor licensing system and the feedback industry and the community provided both in relation to the independent review and the draft Bill.

While the introduction of the Bill outlines the legal framework for the new system, there are areas proposed by the independent review that Government are still considering and in addition, amendments will be required to the regulations and the Commissioner’s Codes of Practice.

To read a copy of the Bill and a summary of changes made to the draft Bill following consultation please visit the Attorney-Generals’ website. For more information about liquor licence changes in South Australia please visit the Consumer and Business Services website.

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