Liquor consumption in public places

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Under Council's Community Amenity Local Law 2023, a person must not, without a permit, consume, carry or have in their control, an open container of liquor, on a road or on Council land unless:

  • the Council has granted an exemption in writing either to an individual, a class of persons or to an event organizer permitting the consumption of liquor;
  • they are attending a premises which is licensed under the Liquor Control Reform Act 1998; or
  • they are consuming, carrying or have in their control an open container of liquor within a reserve between the hours of 8am and 10pm.

Council may designate an area of the municipality to be a liquor prohibited area for a specified period as evidenced by the display of signage.  A designation made by Council must be advertised on Council’s website and in a newspaper generally circulating in the area prior to the commencement of the relevant period.

Application for Local Law Permit

Pdf form for Local Law Permit, Apply for a Permit

Application for a Local Law permit form:
Type of Activity
I wish to be able to
Application fee $70.00 (219) and Permit fee $119.00 (20) (total $189.00) (Fees are subject to change 1 July each year)
I declare that the information above is true and correct. I declare that I fully understand all of my requirements. * (required)
Note: This form must be completed in full prior to the permit being processed/issued. Incomplete applications will be denied.
PAYMENT METHODS: a) IN PERSON at Council Offices in Cobram and Yarrawonga. EFTPOS facilities available. b) PHONE: council during business hours. Monday to Friday 9am to 4.30pm. Please have your credit card ready and a copy of this form. c) MAIL: cheque or money orders, made payable to ‘Moira Shire Council’ to PO Box 578 Cobram VIC 3643.

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Community Amenity Local Law 2023