By Andy Young
Liquor and Gaming New South Wales has reminded all liquor licensees that their annual liquor licence fees are due by Monday 29 May.
Liquor licence payment notices have been sent out in April via both post and email and anyone who has not yet received their notice is advised to contact Service NSW on 13 77 88.
L&G NSW said: “Licensees are encouraged to pay their fees on time to avoid late fees and licence suspensions.”
The 2017 licence fees have been calculated using a base licence fee plus risk-based loadings if they are applicable.
“All liquor licensees will pay a base fee based on their licence type. However, risk-based loadings only apply to some licensees such as late trading venues and venues that have committed serious liquor law offences,” L&G NSW added.
Licensees have also been reminded that it is possible to manage and update liquor licence details using the OneGov portal.
The portal allows you to manage your liquor licence and contact information on your desktop, mobile or tablet. Making sure your details are up-to-date online saves time and ensures you will receive important notices and updates from Liquor & Gaming NSW.