Parramatta Liquor Accord is an industry-based, collaborative partnership of licensees, Parramatta Local Area Command, Parramatta City Council, RMS and other community groups, working together to implement practical solutions to address specific alcohol-related issues within our local area. The accord works closely with Liquor and Gaming NSW.
From 1 June, many of our members will be reopening with strict regulations in regard to patron numbers, physical distancing rules and other health and hygiene requirements. We look forward to welcoming our patrons back but ask for your patience and compliance with the regulations.
Do not visit our member venues or leave your home if you are required to self-isolate or you are unwell.
Thank you for your support and we all look forward to resuming our fantastic services at least partially from 1 June.
Established in 2002, membership of the accord is open to hotels, clubs, bottle shops, restaurants, small bars and other licensed venues in the Parramatta and surrounding area and we encourage all licensees to join and take advantage of the benefits to your business.
Participate in meetings, interact and network other businesses, connect with key stakeholders, stay current with legislation, exchange ideas, be instrumental in developing strategies and contribute to enhancing the amenity and appeal of our vibrant and growing entertainment culture.
The geographical, commercial and cultural focus of Western Sydney, Parramatta is steeped in history and heritage, embraces diverse cultures and offers an exciting, contemporary collection of hospitality hotels, clubs, dining, nightlife cultural, sporting, retail and leisure entertainment experiences.
Parramatta is a vital economic hub, undergoing significant development in residential, business and entertainment sectors and the liquor accord is an essential participant in maintaining a safe, vibrant and appealing environment for all patrons, through this exciting growth phase and beyond.
Next meeting: 9:30am Tuesday 04 August 2020 TBA, subject to COVID-19 restrictions