A list of publications put out by the department's service areas.
Under section 115(4a) of the Liquor Control Act 1988 (‘the Act’) it is the prerogative of all licensees to set dress standards which are suitable for their particular premises.
If you are inexperienced in chairing formal meetings, such as the club Annual General Meeting or the monthly club meetings, this resource provides some helpful hints.
Local Government Operational Guidelines
Adoption of technical standards for electronic gaming machines (EGMs) as set out in the Gaming Machine National Standard.
Guidelines used by the Gaming and Wagering Commission (the Commission) in determining whether a game played byan electronic gaming machine (EGM) that is not a poker machine is authorised for use at the casino.
Implications of Bush Forever, Water Sensitive Urban Design and Liveable Neighbourhoods for Active Sport and Recreation
A standard entertainment condition is imposed on most licences.
Providing information on environmental issues currently facing sporting organisations and clubs within Western Australia and to equip them with the tools and skills necessary to reduce their environmental impact.
Your club may have been active for a while and you need to adopt a constitution.
The Culture Counts summary aggregates the data collected by organisations over a four year period and provides benchmark comparisons for organisations in WA.
This document provides guidance on the specific circumstances whereby the sale, supply and consumption of liquor is exempt from the applicationof the Actunder the Liquor Control Regulations 1989(‘the regulations’).
Guidance on the legislative requirements relating to extended trading permits (ETP) for extended areas.
Guidance on extended trading permits that are sought for providing catering services (with or without food) at venues away from the licensed premises.
This document provides guidance on extended trading permits that are sought for ongoing (i.e. long term) or indefinite circumstancesand the factors that the licensing authority may have regard to when considering applications for these permits.
The cellar door ETP provides producers with the opportunity to promote their products to the wider public within their region.
Section 50 of the Liquor Control Act 1988 (“the Act‟) authorises a restaurant licence to sell and supply liquor for consumption on the licensed premises only ancillary to a meal supplied by the licensee and eaten by the patron on the licensed premises.
Section 50 of the Liquor Control Act 1988 (‘the Act’) authorises a restaurant licence to sell and supply liquor for consumption on the licensed premises only ancillary to a meal supplied by the licensee and eaten by the patron on the licensed premises.
Section 48(2) of the of the Liquor Control Act 1988 provides that a club licence authorises the sale and supply of liquor to club members and to the guests of members.
This policy provides guidance on the Director’s requirements for liquor stores located outside the Perth metropolitan area to trade on Sundays under an ETP.