Alcohol Licensing for On, Off and Club Licenses
Reihana waipiro o runga, o waho, reihana karapu hoki
The sale of alcohol to any member of the public requires a licence under the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act 2012.
The type of licence you need depends on the type of activity or business you will be undertaking. Look at the following situations to find out what licence type applies to your activity (more than 1 licence type may apply):
Premises that sell and supply alcohol, e.g:
Premises that supply alcohol: Bottle store, grocery store, supermarket, auctioneer, mail order business, online business, brewery, winery (alcohol is consumed away from the place of purchase)
Clubs that sell and supply alcohol, e.g:
Events or special occasions where alcohol is
Food and wine show, market stall at fair or gala where wine or beer is sold by bottle unopened for consumption off-site
Buying an existing business that sells alcohol
Click here to apply for an Alcohol Licence.
Applications take at least 20 working days to process.
Fees and charges (2020/21)
The alcohol licensing fees are set at a national level by the Government.
Important details to note are:
- An annual fee is payable on the anniversary of your premise licence.
- Licences for premises are based on a cost/risk-based approach for alcohol licensing fees.
Click here to calculate your weighting amount for your premises and then use that to establish which risk category your premises fits into. Once calculated, please refer to the alcohol licensing fees below.
Liquor Licence Application - Very Low
Liquor Licence Application - Low
Liquor Licence Application - Medium
Liquor Licence Application - High
Liquor Licence Application - Very High
Liquor Licence Annual Fee - Very Low
Liquor Licence Annual Fee - Low
Liquor Licence Annual Fee - Medium
Liquor Licence Annual Fee - High
Liquor Licence Annual Fee - Very High
|Chartered Club Licence||$632.50|