Liquor expansion sought

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Liquor expansion sought

Up to 2000 patrons of the Wulanda Recreation and Convention Centre in Mount Gambier will be served alcohol if a liquor licence modification is approved.

At present, there is a limit of 1000 patrons for on-site consumption of alcohol and licensee Hospitality WA Pty. Ltd. wants this number doubled.

Public comment has been invited on the application and it has been set down for determination by the Liquor and Gambling Commissioner at a hearing in Adelaide on December 13.

Meanwhile, the Loophole Brewing Company has sought to be granted a liquor production sales licence in respect of premises at Wangolina, north of Robe.

The applicant has applied for a maximum capacity of 60 persons and the application will also be heard on December 13.

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