Liquor Restrictions Halls Creek
Liquor restrictions apply in Halls Creek.
... on public roads and in private vehicles is an offence (except where a permit or licence applies). This includes drinking in a motor vehicle on any public road or street.
... in parks and other public places is an offence without the consent of the owner or controlling authority. This includes areas such as parks, reserves, beaches and so on.
... in Halls Creek
- The sale of takeaway liquor, containing more than 2.7% alcohol cannot be sold to anyone other than a permanent or casual lodger at a hotel or a liquor merchant.
- Liquor can only be served before 12 noon if it is served as part of a meal.
In addition to the liquor restrictions specific to Halls Creek, the following liquor restrictions exist for the entire Kimberley region:
- Takeaway liquor may not be sold:
- in individual containers of more than one litre of liquor with an alcohol content of 6% or more (for example, wine casks of more than one litre); and
- in glass bottles of 400ml or more of beer.