COVID 19 Public Health restrictions
Current COVID-19 restrictions
The restrictions that apply for liquor, gaming and wagering premises in Tasmania are under regular review, subject to public health advice.
You can review current business restrictions here. Included are specific requirements for licensed venues, as well as general requirements for gatherings, contact tracing and running events.
If you are planning an event involving the sale and consumption of liquor, please review a summary of the requirements here. Go to Business Tasmania for more information.
To keep up-to-date go to:
Concerns or complaints - What to do
If you are a licensee, staff member or a member of the public and you observe an incident or become aware of an issue that you think does not comply with the current requirements, you may direct your concern or complaint to one of the following organisations.
|Incident or issue||Contact|
|Sale or service of liquor in a licensed premises, such as non-compliance with Responsible Service of Alcohol obligations||Liquor and Gaming Branch via email: firstname.lastname@example.org or complete the Liquor complaint form|
|Excessive noise from bands or recorded music coming from a licensed premises|
Your Local Council:
Tasmanian Council Directory
|Illegal sale of liquor, intoxication in a public place, or issues of public annoyance||Call the non‑emergency Police Assistance Line 131 444|
|The conduct of gaming or wagering activities in premises|
Talk to the manager/licensee of the premises where the issue occurred
If you are not satisfied with the outcome, contact the Liquor and Gaming Branch via email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org, or complete a Gaming or Wagering complaint form
|Workplace COVID-19 safety issues, such as non-compliance with physical distancing or the number of customers allowed at any one time in a premises ||WorkSafe Tasmania via email: email@example.com|
|Concerns regarding non-compliance with COVID‑19 quarantine requirements or gatherings, indoor and outdoor, where the number of people exceeds the current restrictions||https://coronavirus.tas.gov.au/ or call the Tasmanian Public Health Hotline 1800 671 738|