Liquor Regulation 2008
53D Liquor sales cessation period
(1) In this clause:liquor sales cessation period means the period on any day of the week between 3 am and the commencement of the standard trading period referred to in section 12 (1) (a) (i) of the Act.(2) This clause applies to any of the following subject premises (but only if liquor is authorised to be sold for consumption on the premises):(a) a hotel or premises to which a general bar licence relates (other than a tourist accommodation establishment),(b) club premises (other than a tourist accommodation establishment),(c) a licensed public entertainment venue (other than a cinema or a theatre) or licensed karaoke bar,(d) so much of a high risk venue as is declared by the Secretary by order in writing to be subject premises for the purposes of this clause,(e) declared premises to which a level 1 or level 2 licence (within the meaning of Schedule 4 to the Act) relates,(f) premises to which a licence specified in Schedule 1AA relate or the part (as specified in that Schedule) of premises to which such a licence relates.(3) Liquor must not be sold or supplied on subject premises to which this clause applies during the liquor sales cessation period.(4) Subclause (3) does not in itself prevent the continued provision, or making available, of other services and facilities on the subject premises (such as food and non-alcoholic beverages, entertainment and the use of the premises for conferences or meetings and for gambling activities that are otherwise permitted on the premises).(5) Despite section 103 (1) of the Act, a bar area or other part of a hotel referred to in that subsection may remain open for the sale and supply of non-alcoholic beverages, or food, only during the period when liquor is not permitted to be sold or supplied under this clause.