WELCOME TO South Sydney Liquor Accord.
Our philosophy is to bring business owners and managers that provide the service of selling alcohol together. Our goals are to discuss how we can impact the community as a whole group. And as individuals, we discuss ideas, problems, and solutions. As a south Sydney liquor accord member, you will gain valuable information on various agenda from liquor laws changes, amendments, council specific related information to enjoy our meetings with complimentary beverage and nibbles. Our meeting change locations to allow every member to host the meeting in his/her venue, annually social events etc
Liquor Accords are local voluntary liquor industry partnerships which aim to:
- improve the operation of licensed premises,
- promote the responsible service and consumption of alcohol
- prevent or reduce alcohol related harm, violence and anti-social behaviour.
Accords provide a forum for licensees to identify local alcohol related issues and develop responses. Accord membership includes the operators of licensed premises. Accord meeting can be attended by NSW Police, NSW Office of Liquor, Gaming and Racing (OLGR) the City and other community organisations and groups.Accords have a chair, treasurer and secretary one of which must be a licensee. Membership of accords is voluntary unless OLGR has directed a licensee to join an Accord.
Information and resources for Accords are available from the NSW Office of Liquor, Gaming and Racing
Provide social events to our members to increase communication between each venue and Increasing business opportunities.
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