What application forms do you need to file for an on-licence, off-licence, or club-licence?
Different licence applications may require different information. The application forms outline the information you will need to provide. Please ensure all required documentation is attached prior to filing as incomplete applications will not be accepted.
How to apply for your alcohol licence
If you are buying a business with an existing on-licence (including conveyances) or off-licence
- Temporary authority application (file first)
- Sale and Supply of Alcohol certificate application 100(f) for On Licences and for Off Licences] or resource consent from Environmental Planning (file second)
- On-licence or off-licence application (file third)
If you are buying a business with no existing on-licence or off-licence, or starting a new business (including conveyances)
- Sale and Supply of Alcohol certificate application 100(f) for On Licences and for Off Licences] or resource consent from Environmental Planning (file first)
- On-licence or off-licence application (file second)
On-licence (BYO endorsed)
You can get a BYO endorsed on-licence if you want to allow diners in your restaurant to consume alcohol, but you don’t want to sell it. The alcohol must be brought to the restaurant by the diner – no alcohol can be sold on the premises.
If you are applying for a club licence
- 100(f) Sale and Supply of Alcohol certificate application or resource consent from Environmental Planning (file first)
- Club licence application (file second)
Manager’s certificate application
You may also need a manager's certificate application form if you are not intending to employ a person or persons already holding their manager's certificate.
If you need to renew your on-licence, off-licence, or club-licence
- There is new criteria in place and additional information is required when making an application.
- If this information is not provided then the Council will be unable to process your application.
- The renewal application must be filed no later than 20 working days before the expiry date of the licence.
Last Reviewed: 21/10/2016