Kununurra and Wyndham currently have restrictions for the amount of takeaway alcohol that can be purchased per day.  The restrictions are in  place to address social, physical and mental health concerns relating to alcohol consumption in the community.

  • The current restrictions for takeaway alcohol in Kununurra and Wyndham are:
Alcohol Strength Trading Hours Quantity
(per person, per day)
a) Low Strength alcohol
(i.e. 2.7% or less)
Monday to Saturday
12pm to 8pm
No limit
b) Mid to Full Strength alcohol
(i.e. 2.7% to 7%)
Monday to Saturday
12pm to 8pm
11.25 litres
(e.g. one cartons of beer)
c) Full Strength alcohol
(i.e. 7% to 15%)
Monday to Saturday
12pm to 8pm
2.25 litres
(e.g. three bottles of wine)
d) Greater than 15%
(e.g. some spirits, wine)
Monday to Saturday
12pm to 8pm
1 litre
  • ** Liquor may be purchased in the quantities specific in either (b) or (c) or (d) or a combination of (b) and (c).
  • In addition to the liquor restrictions above, the following liquor restrictions exist for the entire Kimberley regions:
  • A Takeaway Alcohol Management System (TAMS) is a simple scanning technology system that implements a daily alcohol purchase limit. The scanners use legal personal identification to allow licensees to register how much an individual has purchased on any one particular day, across all takeaway liquor outlets within the Shire of Wyndham East Kimberley. This practice will assist licensees in ensuring the restrictions for takeaway alcohol are being adhered to.
    • Takeaway liquor may not be sold:
      – in individual containers more than one litre of liquor with an alcohol content of 6% or more (for example, wine casks or more than one litre); and
      – in glass bottles of 400ml or more of beer
  • For More information please visit The Shire of Wyndham East Kimberley website or follow this link swek.wa.gov.au/tams.aspx 

NOTE: this is directly off the KVC website. Not much of the wording can be changed to deliver the same message. If this breaches copywrite, send it back and I’ll try re-wording slightly