Licensing Process

Licensing Process Diagram

Graphic process diagrams of the Licensing Application Process are available for the:

Determining the Type of Licence You Should Apply for

There are 10 different types of liquor licence available in Western Australia. Each licence category varies in permitted trading hours and the manner in which liquor can be sold and supplied to the community. Specific conditions can also be imposed on an individual liquor licence. read more...

Objections Against Liquor Licence Applications

Most applications under the Liquor Control Act have to be advertised in order to inform the community. Which applications need to be advertised, and the advertising criteria for each are determined when the application is lodged with the Department of Racing, Gaming and Liquor. read more...

Public Interest Test

All applications for a liquor licence must satisfy the public interest test. The purpose of this is to ensure that all licences are granted on the basis that they are in the best interests of the public and are consistent with the primary and secondary objectives of the Liquor Control Act read more...

Public Interest Assessment

A PIA outlines how a proposed premises will impact on a community and provide an outline of how the applicant will manage any impact. read more...

Review of a Licensing Decision

Generally, if an applicant is dissatisfied with the decision handed down by the Director of Liquor Licensing, they have the right to apply for a review to be carried out by the Liquor Commission. read more...

Liquor Commission

The Liquor Commission determines liquor licensing matters referred to it by the Director of Liquor Licensing; read more...

Last updated: 09/11/2015 13:01:04 PM

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