Fees and Charges Relief for Hospitality Providers Impacted by COVID-19 – Queensland

Support for Queensland pubs, clubs and venues.

Hospitality providers whose business has been impacted by Coronavirus will receive fees and charges relief.

Queensland’s hospitality providers have been hard hit by the Coronavirus pandemic with the majority having to shut down completely for the foreseeable future. In light of this the Queensland government is waiving application fees for some variations to liquor licenses.

From 1 February to 31 July 2020, liquor licensees will benefit from having fees waived for applications to change trading hours and temporarily or permanently change a licensed area.

Liquor license holders have also been provided a number of concessions related to the sale of takeaway alcohol. The full list of changes can be found on the Queensland Government website.

More details will be provided when it becomes available.

For more information contact the Queensland government on 1300 654 687.

FAQs

The Queensland Government is waiving application fees for some variations to liquor licences to assist Queensland bars, clubs and venues.

Fees and Charges Relief for Hospitality Providers Impacted by COVID-19 - Queensland - Frequently Asked Questions(FAQ)

Do I still pay licensing fees if my Qld hospitality business has closed?

The Queensland Government is waiving application fees for some variations to liquor licences to assist Queensland bars, clubs and venues.

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