Health Promotion Agency Guide | Sale and supply of Alcohol Act
Posted 23 December 2013.
The Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012 is replacing the Sale of Liquor Act 1989.
Please see below the Health Promotion Agency’s guides on the new laws:
- Alcohol promotions on on-licensed premises
- Alcohol promotions on off-licensed premises
- Bars and restaurants
- Bottle stores
Supplying alcohol to under-18s
From 18 December 2013, there are new laws for supplying alcohol to under-18s.
It will be illegal to supply alcohol to someone under the age of 18 years unless:
The person supplying the alcohol is the parent or legal guardian and the alcohol is supplied in a responsible manner, or
The person supplying alcohol has the express consent of the young person’s parent or legal guardian and the alcohol is supplied in a responsible manner.
You could be fined up to $2,000 if you don’t follow the law.