The Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012 aims to ensure licensing costs are met by the alcohol industry rather than ratepayers.
A special licence allows the sale or supply of alcohol at certain events (for example, a food and wine festival or some types of private functions in public venues).
Returned Services Associations (RSAs) that hold a club licence can serve alcohol early on ANZAC Day to members and their guests.
However, they need to apply for a special licence if they plan to serve alcohol to members of the public.
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