Liquor and Gaming

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Fifth Social and Economic Impact Study of Gambling in Tasmania

Written submissions are now invited for the fifth Social and Economic Impact Study of Gambling in Tasmania. For more information visit the SA Centre for Economic Studies webpage​ or ​click here ​. 

COVID-19 Industry Recovery

The Tasmanian Government is gradually lifting the public health restrictions put in place to help stop the spread of coronavirus, subject to public health advice.
Tasmania is in Stage 3 of eased restrictions.
You can clarify the current requirements and the things you should do to safely operate your premises here.

COVID-19 - Financial Supports 

The Liquor and Gaming Branch is administering a number of financial measures put in place by the Tasmanian Government to support liquor and gaming businesses affected by the public health restrictions.

COVID-19 Safety for Customers

Staff in licensed premises are working hard to maintain a COVID safe environment.

To find out how you can keep yourself and others safe when you visit any location, go to or call the Tasmanian Public Health Hotline: 1800 671 738.

Concerns or complaints that relate to COVID-19 may be referred to the organisations mentioned her​​e​​​​.

Do you need help and support related to gambling or liquor?
The following websites list a range of services that are available for individuals and families over the phone, online or in person:

​​​​​​Liquor and Gaming Branch arrangements

The reception counters at our offices at 4 Salamanca Place, Hobart and Henty House, Launceston remain closed. 
You can keep up‑to‑date via our website. If you have a query about your licence or permit, please contact us:

​​The Liquor and Gaming Branch regularly publishes a newsletter with seasonal alerts and other news. You can find it on the Recent News page.  ​

Lo​oking for the Latest Liquor Licence Decisions? 

They can be found in Liquor Licence Decisions​ page​​.

​​Online Application Forms​​

Apply for a Special Employee's or Technician's Licence

Apply for a Special Liquor Permit for less than 4 days