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How does one know where the alcohol exclusion zones in Canberra are?

By johnboy 6 February 2013 17

A friend needs to know for reasons we don’t need to go into here.

But as the matter is not easily googled we can perhaps provide a long term public service.

Anyone know?


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Bellfrog59 12:44 pm 13 Nov 16

I have been wondering the same question and whether it is illegal to consume alcohol outside Parliament house. Senator Pauline Hanson celebrated Donald Trump’s win in the US election by consuming champagne outside Parliament House, did she break the Law?

Comic_and_Gamer_Nerd 7:11 pm 06 Feb 13

Pork Hunt said :

Comic_and_Gamer_Nerd said :

Pork Hunt said :

Comic_and_Gamer_Nerd said :

c_c™ said :

johnboy said :

Given there are two bottle shops in the Civic bus interchange the possession can’t be too heavily policed.

Only applies to consumption of or possession of open containers of alcohol under the Act.
So long as you don’t crack it open, it’s fine… something the hobos in the area don’t take much notice off strolling along with an open Bundy.

Not even hobos. They are the filthiest of scum from abc. The amount of times I have seen them being the worst kind of tea bag in front of young kids walking past makes me want to vomit.
Rolling around drunk at 1000. Where are the police? I really think all of that area of civic should have police on the ground.

That often surprises me about alcos. If you’re as pissed as ten men in the morning, what are you doing for the rest of the day? That’s why I never drink before noon…

If you start at miday, unless you are smashing spirits constantly, come dinner time, it’s gonna be hard to be as bling as those pos are at 1000

Will you please find a sense of humour from some source or another…?

Source! Sorry bro but I only get a sense of humour if I have been on the sauce since 1000!!!!

RadioVK 6:39 pm 06 Feb 13

Comic_and_Gamer_Nerd said :

Pork Hunt said :

Comic_and_Gamer_Nerd said :

c_c™ said :

johnboy said :

Given there are two bottle shops in the Civic bus interchange the possession can’t be too heavily policed.

Only applies to consumption of or possession of open containers of alcohol under the Act.
So long as you don’t crack it open, it’s fine… something the hobos in the area don’t take much notice off strolling along with an open Bundy.

Not even hobos. They are the filthiest of scum from abc. The amount of times I have seen them being the worst kind of tea bag in front of young kids walking past makes me want to vomit.
Rolling around drunk at 1000. Where are the police? I really think all of that area of civic should have police on the ground.

That often surprises me about alcos. If you’re as pissed as ten men in the morning, what are you doing for the rest of the day? That’s why I never drink before noon…

If you start at miday, unless you are smashing spirits constantly, come dinner time, it’s gonna be hard to be as bling as those pos are at 1000

It’s not hard to get hammered by 1000 if you never really sobered up from the night before.

Pork Hunt 6:36 pm 06 Feb 13

Comic_and_Gamer_Nerd said :

Pork Hunt said :

Comic_and_Gamer_Nerd said :

c_c™ said :

johnboy said :

Given there are two bottle shops in the Civic bus interchange the possession can’t be too heavily policed.

Only applies to consumption of or possession of open containers of alcohol under the Act.
So long as you don’t crack it open, it’s fine… something the hobos in the area don’t take much notice off strolling along with an open Bundy.

Not even hobos. They are the filthiest of scum from abc. The amount of times I have seen them being the worst kind of tea bag in front of young kids walking past makes me want to vomit.
Rolling around drunk at 1000. Where are the police? I really think all of that area of civic should have police on the ground.

That often surprises me about alcos. If you’re as pissed as ten men in the morning, what are you doing for the rest of the day? That’s why I never drink before noon…

If you start at miday, unless you are smashing spirits constantly, come dinner time, it’s gonna be hard to be as bling as those pos are at 1000

Will you please find a sense of humour from some source or another…?

Comic_and_Gamer_Nerd 6:05 pm 06 Feb 13

Pork Hunt said :

Comic_and_Gamer_Nerd said :

c_c™ said :

johnboy said :

Given there are two bottle shops in the Civic bus interchange the possession can’t be too heavily policed.

Only applies to consumption of or possession of open containers of alcohol under the Act.
So long as you don’t crack it open, it’s fine… something the hobos in the area don’t take much notice off strolling along with an open Bundy.

Not even hobos. They are the filthiest of scum from abc. The amount of times I have seen them being the worst kind of tea bag in front of young kids walking past makes me want to vomit.
Rolling around drunk at 1000. Where are the police? I really think all of that area of civic should have police on the ground.

That often surprises me about alcos. If you’re as pissed as ten men in the morning, what are you doing for the rest of the day? That’s why I never drink before noon…

If you start at miday, unless you are smashing spirits constantly, come dinner time, it’s gonna be hard to be as bling as those pos are at 1000

Pork Hunt 5:23 pm 06 Feb 13

Comic_and_Gamer_Nerd said :

c_c™ said :

johnboy said :

Given there are two bottle shops in the Civic bus interchange the possession can’t be too heavily policed.

Only applies to consumption of or possession of open containers of alcohol under the Act.
So long as you don’t crack it open, it’s fine… something the hobos in the area don’t take much notice off strolling along with an open Bundy.

Not even hobos. They are the filthiest of scum from abc. The amount of times I have seen them being the worst kind of tea bag in front of young kids walking past makes me want to vomit.
Rolling around drunk at 1000. Where are the police? I really think all of that area of civic should have police on the ground.

That often surprises me about alcos. If you’re as pissed as ten men in the morning, what are you doing for the rest of the day? That’s why I never drink before noon…

Comic_and_Gamer_Nerd 4:46 pm 06 Feb 13

c_c™ said :

johnboy said :

Given there are two bottle shops in the Civic bus interchange the possession can’t be too heavily policed.

Only applies to consumption of or possession of open containers of alcohol under the Act.
So long as you don’t crack it open, it’s fine… something the hobos in the area don’t take much notice off strolling along with an open Bundy.

Not even hobos. They are the filthiest of scum from abc. The amount of times I have seen them being the worst kind of tea bag in front of young kids walking past makes me want to vomit.
Rolling around drunk at 1000. Where are the police? I really think all of that area of civic should have police on the ground.

c_c™ 4:27 pm 06 Feb 13

johnboy said :

Given there are two bottle shops in the Civic bus interchange the possession can’t be too heavily policed.

Only applies to consumption of or possession of open containers of alcohol under the Act.
So long as you don’t crack it open, it’s fine… something the hobos in the area don’t take much notice off strolling along with an open Bundy.

davo101 11:48 am 06 Feb 13

johnboy said :

Given there are two bottle shops in the Civic bus interchange the possession can’t be too heavily policed.

You’re missing the keyword “open” or am I missing the point 😉

davo101 11:32 am 06 Feb 13

Diggety said :

I thought all bus interchanges and within 100m of a bottle shop were permanent booze free zones…?

I think it’s a case of semantics. They’re “certain public places” where you can’t consume or possess an open container of liquor.

    johnboy 11:36 am 06 Feb 13

    Given there are two bottle shops in the Civic bus interchange the possession can’t be too heavily policed.

Diggety 10:36 am 06 Feb 13

I thought all bus interchanges and within 100m of a bottle shop were permanent booze free zones…?

caf 10:16 am 06 Feb 13

DrKoresh said :

block 21 of section 80 in the division of Phillip, other than the part of the block occupied for the purposes of a child care centre;

So you can drink at the pre-school? 😐

You don’t have kids, do you?

DrKoresh 10:10 am 06 Feb 13

block 21 of section 80 in the division of Phillip, other than the part of the block occupied for the purposes of a child care centre;

So you can drink at the pre-school? 😐

caf 9:32 am 06 Feb 13

The permanent alcohol-free places are defined in section 31 of the Liquor Regulation 2010.

There must also be some “non-permanent” ones defined though, because the signed alcohol-free zone in Braddon is not in that list.

davo101 9:25 am 06 Feb 13

Permanent alcohol-free places. Temporary Alcohol-Free Places are notified here with a title in the form “Liquor (Temporary Alcohol-Free Place) Declaration 20xx”

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