Liquor Commission

Hearing dates

Under the Liquor Act 2019, the Liquor Commission has discretion to conduct a hearing in relation to any matter on which it is to make a decision.

The Liquor Commission has broad powers to determine how the hearing will be conducted, including the power to require a person to appear before it to give evidence on oath.

The Liquor Commission can determine to conduct a hearing, or part of a hearing, in private in certain circumstances or by way of written submissions only.

Details of upcoming hearings follow.

Table data last updated: 01 Mar 2021 7:32am.
Name of applicant/licensee Panel members Date of hearing Hearing venue
Application for material alteration and variation of conditions of licence
PINT Club Incorporated Russell Goldflam (Acting Deputy Chairperson), Elizabeth Stephenson (Health Member), Sandra Cannon (Community Member) 2 March 2021 at 10:00am Conference Room 1, Level 3, NAB House, 71 Smith Street, Darwin
Application for late night authority and variation of conditions of licene
Palmerston Golf & Country Club Incorporated Richard Coates (Chairperson), Kenton Winsley (Health Member), Sandra Cannon (Community Member) 4 March 2021 at 10:00am Conference Room 1, Level 3, NAB House, 71 Smith Street, Darwin
Application for permanent variation of conditions of licence
Beaver Brewery Pty Ltd Richard Coates (Chairperson), Kenton Winsley (Health Member), Sandra Cannon (Community Member) 4 March 2021 at 12:00noon Conference Room 1, Level 3, NAB House, 71 Smith Street, Darwin
Disciplinary Action
Halikos Hospitality Pty Ltd (Lizards Bar and Restaurant) Jodi Truman (Deputy Chairperson), Bernie Dwyer (Health Member), Christine Hart (Community Member) 16 March 2021 at 10:00am Conference Room 1, Level 3, NAB House, 71 Smith Street, Darwin

For more information email liquor.commission@nt.gov.au.

Public notice – COVID-19 measures

In response to the relaxation of COVID-19 measures, the Liquor Commission has determined to resume the conduct of public hearings unless it determines that conducting a public hearing is not appropriate, as provided for under section 21(2) of the Liquor Act 2019.

To reduce the number of possible people in waiting areas, persons are encouraged to telephone 08 8999 1800 and provide their name and a contact number to be called immediately ahead of required attendance.

With sufficient notice, the commission can arrange for appearance by audio visual link, telephone or attendance in person provided that room capacity is not exceeded. To make arrangements email liquor.commission@nt.gov.au.

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Last updated: 16 July 2020

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