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The Liquor Commission was established under section 8 of the Liquor Control Act 1988 to provide a flexible system with as little formality and technicality as practicable.
Decisions handed down by the Liquor Commission.
Information on the role of the Commission and its commissioners
Applications to review decisions, disciplinary matters and matters referred by the Director.
Steps and processes for lodging an application.
The Liquor Control Act 1988 regulates the sale, supply and consumption of liquor,the use of premises on which liquor is sold and the services and facilities provided in conjunction with, or ancillary to the sale of liquor in order to minimise harm or ill-health caused to people due to the use of liquor.
The Liquor Control Act 1988 is supported and complimented by subsidiary legislation outlined in the Liquor Control Regulations 1989.
The Rules of the Liquor Commission regulate the practice and procedure of the Commission and matters that are related and subject to the regulations, as to the costs and charges payable in relation to proceedings under this Act. On 5 October 2007 the Liquor Commission Rules 2007 were published in the Government Gazette and have effect from that date.
Telephone 61 8 6551 4820Facsimile 61 8 9325 1041Email email@example.comPlease note that this email address should not be
used for any correspondence pertaining to a matter which is not before the Commission. Any queries or concerns in relation to the grant of a licence or management of licensed premises under the Act should be addressed to the office of the Director
of Liquor Licensing.
PO Box 8349Perth Business Centre WA 6849
Level 2, 140 William StreetPerth WA, 6000
Do not submit enquiries with this form.