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TERMS & CONDITIONS
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It is against the law to sell or supply alcohol to, or obtain alcohol on behalf of, a person under the age of 18 years. License number: 103999.
Pyrmont Bridge Hotel supports & practices responsible service of alcohol.
All private events conclude at Midnight. Whilst we welcome you and your guests to stay on & continue to enjoy the evening, Hotel staff need to reconfigure the venue at Midnight.
Other hotel patrons are free to move through the Hotel & make use of unused areas from Midnight too. If you or some of your guests would like to stay on, please let the Managers know at this time.
Management may ask for assistance with:
– Moving your guests to an alternate area temporarily while the space is cleaned/reconfigured
If some or all of your guests are showing signs of approaching intoxication. Management may ask for assistance with:
– Moving your guests ground floor scanning area for I.D scan & RSA assessment.
– If intox indicators are identified, by law your guests must be asked to leave the premises. Staff will offer safe transport options if required.
We will always endeavour to ensure all our guests have a great time at the Hotel, however we must do so within the NSW Licensing legislation framework. As the host, it is important you are aware of your responsibilities & those of the Hotel’s staff. Licensing Legislation:
– It is against the law for Hotel staff & Hotel guests to provide alcohol to an intoxicated person. Fines of up to $11,000 apply to this offense.
– It is against the law for Hotel staff to permit an intoxicated person to remain on (or enter) the premises. Any patron identified as showing signs of Intoxication must leave immediately. Patron behaviour will be monitored at all times.
– The Hotel does not permit irresponsible or rapid drinking practices (eg. Drinking games, skulls).
– The Hotel does not permit antisocial behaviour (rudeness, aggression, argumentative, loud singing or swearing etc) Hotel Staff may approach the you (as the Host), if they are concerned one or more of your guests may be at risk of approaching intoxication or breaching our ‘Patron Behaviour Policy’. They may ask for your assistance to considerately resolve a potential problem (or even ask a guest to leave the Hotel). Please be aware food, non-alcoholic & low-alcoholic beverages (including free drinking water) are always available. Hotel staff may also introduce other measures to slow/restrict/cease the consumption of alcohol during your event:
– Restrict service to ‘1 drink per person’
– Restrict type of products on offer
WARNING: A breach of this legislation or our patron behaviour policy may lead to immediate closure of your event. No refunds will be provided.
WARNING: Failing to leave when asked by staff is an offence under Section 77 of the Liquor Act. $550 on the spot fine applies.
All our function areas have been approved as ‘Minors area authorised’. This means minors are permitted to attend functions under the following provisions;
Minors must not obtain, consume, or carry away alcohol from the licensed premises. Or attempt to do so
All minors must be presented to management upon arrival. Teenagers will be issued with a special wristband.
Minors must remain under the direct supervision of a parent/responsible adult at all times. A ‘responsible adult’ is an adult who is: a) A parent, step parent or legal guardian; b) For the time being standing in as the parent of the minor (‘generation gap’ required by the Hotel – i.e cannot be siblings/friends etc).
All minors must leave the Hotel by 1030pm (unless an exception has been agreed to in writing by management, prior to the event)
WARNING: Any breach of this legislation may lead to immediate closure of your event. No refunds will be provided.
WARNING: A person (including a parent or guardian) must not supply alcohol to a minor on licensed premises. A maximum court fine of $11,000 &/or 1 year imprisonment applies.