Club and community club events and alcohol

A licensee with a club or community club authority in the Northern Territory (NT) may notify the director of their intention to hold a function as allowed in the Liquor Regulations 2019.

How to notify

A licensee with a club or community club authority must notify the director by following these steps:

Step 1. Fill in your notice for a community club or club function.

Notice to director of community club function PDF (207.9 KB)
Notice to director of community club function DOCX (65.3 KB)

Notice to director of club function PDF (213.4 KB)
Notice to director of club function DOCX (65.7 KB)

Step 2. Submit your notice by email or fax to:

ditt.lrascompliancedwn@nt.gov.au

Northern region (Darwin and Katherine)
Fax: 08 8999 1888

Southern region (Tennant Creek and Alice Springs)
Fax: 08 8951 5112

Apply to register as a server of liquor - small community groups

Small community groups that want to serve liquor to members must register and have no more than 100 members.

You may apply for registration if:

  • you are not a current licensee or
  • not involved with the supply of liquor.

Registration allows you to serve liquor for up to four hours per week.

You can only serve liquor at the premises nominated on the application.

A small community group can register for 3 years.

How to apply

Follow these steps to apply.

Step 1. Fill in the application to register as a server of liquor.

Application to register as a server of liquor - small community group PDF (563.3 KB)
Application to register as a server of liquor - small community group DOCX (694.7 KB)

Step 2.  Email your form to ditt.lrascompliancedwn@nt.gov.au

There are no fees to register.

After you apply

Your application will be assessed and you be will be advised of the outcome.

If your application is approved you will receive a certificate of registration.

You must reapply when your registration certificate expires.


Last updated: 02 December 2021

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