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SA Government moves to make alcohol delivery permanent for hospo venues

Under the new laws, licensees will be able to sell either two bottles of wine, or one bottle of wine and a six-pack of beer, cider or pre-mixed spirits – with takeaway food.

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The South Australian Government intends to introduce new, permanent laws to allow bars, clubs and restaurants to deliver alcohol with meals.

Under the new laws, licensees will be able to sell either two bottles of wine, or one bottle of wine and a six-pack of beer, cider or pre-mixed spirits – with takeaway food.

“This measure is one we introduced during the height of the COVID-19 pandemic – and it’s one that is now here to stay,” Premier Steven Marshall said.

“This will remove unnecessary red-tape and help businesses defy the ongoing challenges and impacts COVID-19 presents.”

Attorney-General, Vickie Chapman is set to introduce the legislation to Parliament at the first appropriate opportunity.

“741 South Australian businesses have successfully applied for the temporary licence since it was first introduced earlier this year,” said the Attorney-General.

“Those figures alone show how successful and well received this temporary measure has been – and why we want to make it permanent.”

Liquor licence holders operating with the following stand to benefit from the new legislation:

  • Community club licence
  • On-premises licence
  • Small venue licence
  • Restaurant licence
  • Residential licence

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