Applications that are lodged outside the following timeframes will not be accepted.
|21 days prior to the event||28 days prior to the event||8 weeks prior to the event|
A commercial public event permit may be granted to the holder of a commercial hotel licence or commercial other licence for the purpose of catering for a public event away from the premises.
A community liquor permit is an authority issued for unlicensed non-proprietary organisations or clubs that wish to trade on one-off or irregular occasions.
A restricted liquor permit is issued for non-proprietary clubs that wish to trade for up to a maximum of 10 hours per week or 25 hours per week.
An extended hours permit is an authority that allows licensees and permit holders to extend current trading hours for a one-off occasion.
A wine permit can be issued to Queensland wine producer licence holders to allow the sale of licensee's wine for one-off events away from the licensed premises.
Licensees must apply for an adult entertainment permit (AEP) if they wish to conduct sexually explicit entertainment.
Last reviewed 27 May 2013