News & Security Advice

Victoria – New laws to prevent alcohol related harm to minors

From 13 September 2018, there will be tighter restrictions on how alcohol can be supplied to minors.

These restrictions will mean that:

  • the serving of alcohol to a minor on a licensed premises is not permitted under any circumstance
  • the supply of alcohol to a minor by an adult in a private residence will be subject to further restrictions around responsible supervision
  • alcohol must not be delivered to a minor.

Changes to the supply of liquor to minors are part of the Liquor and Gambling Legislation Amendment Act 2018 (LGLA Act) which was passed by the Victorian Parliament earlier this year. The LGLA Act amends several provisions of the Liquor Control Reform Act 1998.

For further details on these changes, please see Changes to the Liquor Control Reform Act page.