In NSW Liquor accords are voluntary industry-based partnerships working in local communities to introduce practical solutions to liquor-related problems. They reach agreements on ways to improve the operation of licensed venues so that entertainment venues and precincts are safe and enjoyable.
Most liquor accords include members from the local business community, local councils, police, government departments and other community organisations.
The NSW Government is committed to having an effective and sustainable network of liquor accords across the state. To this end, our office works with licensees and local communities to enhance and extend voluntary participation in accords.
Various accords have developed websites to keep members, the community and external stakeholders up to date with the latest news from their accord, including information about the implementation of strategies to address alcohol-related issues. Accords that have set up websites include the following:
Below is a list of liquor accord groups, including email addresses for their contacts and websites where they exist.
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