Welcome to the South Sydney Liquor Accord
Are you a small bar, caterer, restaurant, cafe that serves alcohol or a liquor vendor, liquor licence holder, bottlleshop or hotelier?
Are you also located in the South Sydney precinct? Then you need to know more about the South Sydney Liquor Accord. We meet 3 times a year to discuss area issues, government updates and general business regarding the liquor industry and our local community.
We usually have a member of the Redfern LAC present to speak about police issues, a member from council to speak and also answer any questions you might have on licensing and your venue.
Part of newly issed DA's state that the holder must become a member of their local accord. It is also a good idea to be a member to share an audience with your peers in the community.
Normally meetings take around an hour and start at 3pm. So stay posted as to the date of the next meeting of the South Sydney Liquor Accord for 2013. It should be around Feb-March.
If you have any questions beforehand, just give Tracy Wright, President for 2013, a ring. Details are on the contact us page.
Don't forget to check South Sydney Liquor Accord every month, because we add new information periodically.
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Important information for new liquor licence applicants
The NSW liquor laws provide a broad and flexible framework to enable a liquor licence to be issued for a range of business and community activities.
If you're looking to join your local accord, please contact Tracy Wright, South Sydney President or download the application formSouth Sydney Business Chamber
We provide a forum to facilitate business connections, exchange of ideas and development of views and positions on the issues affecting our members. We are a membership organisation, strengthened by the involvement of our members.
Not sure of the conditions of your licence? Click the link above to find out.
*This Register, which is maintained by the Government Licensing Service, records information relating to licences such as
- date of issue and expiry of licence
- conditions endorsed on the licence
- names of partners of a partnership or directors of a corporation
- the licence category for which the licence holder is licensed to undertake
Use of information in this public register may be governed by terms and conditions stipulated by the licensing authority administering the licence. You need to be aware of, and agree to these conditions before you use the public register.
Note: that not all licensing authorities provide or maintain terms and conditions link for public register.
We acknowledge the Gadigal people of the Eora Nation, Past & Present on whose traditional land we work.