Welcome to the Harbourside Liquor Accord Incorporated website, we trust you find the information contained on the site of both interest and value.
Regular updates and points of interest are posted on the News page of this website.


Our members are operating under strict regulations in regard to the number of patrons,
physical distancing rules and health and hygiene requirements.

We welcome our patrons to our great venues but ask for your patience and compliance with the regulations.
Do not visit our member venues if you are required to self-isolate or if you are unwell.

Thank you for your support

The Harbourside Liquor Accord is a voluntary, industry-based, collaborative partnership working in the local community to implement practical solutions to liquor-related problems. The accord encompasses licensed premises from The Spit at Mosman, through Cremorne, Neutral Bay, Cammeray, North Sydney, Kirribilli, Milsons Point, McMahons Point, Waverton, Wollstonecraft, Crows Nest, St Leonards, Artarmon, Willoughby, Chatswood and Lane Cove.


Membership of the Accord is voluntary and includes local liquor licensees, the Harbourside Local Area Command of the NSW Police, North Sydney Council, Mosman Municipal Council, Willoughy Council, Liquor and Gaming NSW, the Northern Sydney Local Health District, RMS and other community organisations.

The Harbourside Liquor Accord (HLA) provides a strong foundation to enhance and promote communication amongst all stakeholders in the community to proactively address ways to improve the operation of licensed venues so that venues and precincts are safe and enjoyable environments for both residents and visitors.

HLA brings together a collective wealth of knowledge, experience and expertise to identify and implement best practice and introduce initiatives which are specifically tailored to impact issues affecting member premises and the local community.

The objects of the HLA are to:

  • reduce alcohol related harm/crime
  • promote responsible behaviour amongst patrons of licensed premises
  • responsible service of alcohol
  • improve safety and security
  • improve the local amenity
  • co-operate with the police and the community to improve local outcomes


To become a member, please view the information on the Membership web page where you can download the Membership Form
Membership is per financial year & due on 1 July. Partial pro rata fees come into effect 1 March each year. 
New members are welcome, simply download the Membership Form which contains all the information on how to join

Membership for 2021/22 is now available. Join now and receive membership through to 30 June 2022
Click here to download the membership form

Please contact our Accord Manager with all enquiries

Notice of meeting will be emailed to our members and associates around 2 weeks prior

Supporting Local Community Groups 

At the June 2019 meeting, members unanimously agreed to make further donations to both Mary's House to support those impacted by domestic violence and PCYC North Sydney for their work with troubled work in the area. We are pleased to be able to support these great local initiatives.

Accord Supports Domestic Violence Victims

Taking their own stand against domestic violence, members of Harbourside Liquor Accord unanimously voted to donate $1,000 to North Shore-based Mary’s House to provide gifts and new school year requirements for the children staying at the shelter over the festive season. 

“Our members strongly support the work of Mary’s House and are keen to bring some fun to the families affected by domestic violence in our local area,” Peter Calligeros, President, Harbourside Liquor Accord said.

Peter said the accord works closely with North Shore Local Area Command to implement a range of strategies to combat alcohol-related issues and this is a small, yet practical way in which the members can directly assist victims.

Mary’s House is a shelter in the North Shore of Sydney, operated by the North Shore Women’s Benevolent Association, supporting women and their children who are escaping domestic violence.

In accepting the surprise donation, Mary’s House Executive Officer, Maggy Farago, said “Mary’s House has been a community initiative from the beginning and we are very appreciative of the community continuing to support us. We thank the Harbourside Liquor Accord for being an active part of this community. Domestic Violence is a major issue in our society, affecting one in four women, and we are proud to be offering one solution to this.”

On Thursday 22 November, members of the Harbourside Liquor Accord Committee joined representatives from North Sydney Council in a visit the Mary’s House offices to discuss the donation and the issue of domestic violence on the north shore.
Back row: Matt Cavanagh (Norths, Andrew Crofts (Kirribilli Club); Myles Docker (The Orchard), Brian Balmer (Commodore Hotel. Front row: Ginny Barton (Marys House); Sonia McAlpine (Marys House); Helen Campbell (North Sydney Council) 

 Supporting Local Youth Programs

accord_reps_minister_pcycIn December 2017 the Harbourside Liquor Accord made a significant donation to the PCYC North Sydney to support their work with troubled youth in the area. The Minister for Liquor and Gaming, The Hon. Paul Toole was on hand to meet with Accord President Peter Calligeros and Treasurer Luke Simmons when they met with Snr Cons Jodie Young, Youth Case Manager to make the timely pre-Christmas donation.




 Harbourside Accord is supporting the NSW Police initiative in regard to the very serious issue of sexual assault



Further information on Liquor Accords can be found at the Office of Liquor and Gaming NSW website. www.liquorandgaming,nsw.gov.au

Additional information can be sourced from the Harbourside Local Area Command Facebook page http://www.facebook.com/HarboursideLAC

Licensees are also encouraged to contact Licensing at North Shore Police Area Command with any issues
Email nspaclic@police.nsw.gov.au