The Marshall Liberal Government have announced, that South Australian cafes, restaurants, small bars and local clubs will be able to temporarily sell takeaway liquor under measures aimed at supporting the hospitality sector.
Attorney-General, Vickie Chapman said the Government was keen to support those businesses who were experiencing, or will experience, a downturn during the coronavirus pandemic.
Purchases will be limited and will require the same stringent responsible service requirements already imposed on takeaway liquor.
In addition, community clubs will be able to sell limited liquor for takeaway to club members and as well as any member of the public purchasing a takeaway meal.
The extensions are expected to help businesses to continue to operate during this challenging time, with existing licensees able to apply for short-term licences.
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