Safe partying tips for ‘Schoolies’

In the lead up to ‘schoolies’ or ‘leavers’ events it’s a good idea to have The Other Talk with your child and discuss some of the tips below for staying safe and having a good time during the celebrations.   Have a plan for the week Keep busy – find out about activities so alcohol [...]

Hosting a teenage party

Discussing the following list of things with your child can help make sure everyone has the same expectations about the party and has a good time on the night.   Pre-planning Budget Set a budget for the party, which will help decide the number of guests that can be invited, location, and type of entertainment [...]

Victoria

  Under Victoria’s Liquor Control Reform Act 1998 it is illegal to supply alcohol to people aged under 18 years in a private home unless parental consent has been given. Offenders are liable for a fine of over $7,000. Find out more: Teen Drinking Law Please note: This information does not constitute legal advice and [...]

Northern Territory

  Under Section 106C of the Northern Territory’s Liquor Act it is illegal to supply alcohol to people aged under 18 years in a private home unless it is supplied by: a parent, step-parent or guardian an adult who has the parental rights and responsibilities for the child. However, if the supply of this alcohol [...]

Tasmania

  Under Tasmania’s Police Offences Act 1935 it is illegal to supply alcohol to people aged under 18 years in a private home unless it is supplied by: a parent, adult with parental rights and responsibilities an adult who has the approval of the child’s parent or guardian. However, if the supply of this alcohol [...]

Queensland

  Under Section 156A of the Queensland Liquor Act 1992 it is illegal to supply alcohol to people aged under 18 years in a private home unless it is supplied by: a parent, step-parent, guardian an adult with parental responsibilities However, if the supply of this alcohol is not accompanied with ‘responsible supervision’, the supplier [...]

New South Wales

  Under Section 117 of the New South Wales Liquor Act 2007 it is illegal to supply alcohol to people aged under 18 years in a private home unless it is supplied by: the child’s parent or guardian an adult who had the approval of the child’s parent or guardian. A person convicted of secondary [...]

Party Registration with Police

  It’s a good idea to contact the police to register your party with them. The police will be able to provide safe partying tips and can help you if the party gets out of control.   Party Safe NSW Police Party Safe Program Victoria Police Party Safe QLD Police Hosting a party West Australian [...]

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