ANZAC Day Trading Hours for Licensed Venues

The Anzac Day public holiday affects trading hours, service of alcohol and use of gaming machines for licensed premises.
ANZAC Day Eve (Monday 24th April 2023)
The sale and supply of alcohol must cease at midnight (with a grace period of 30 minutes for consumption permitted until 12:30am). Gaming machine operations must also cease at 12.30am.
ANZAC Day (Tuesday 25th April 2023)
From 10am to 1pm, liquor may only be sold or supplied in conjunction with a meal in a part of the premises that is ordinarily set aside for dining. 
Liquor can be sold to patrons for one hour before dining, while eating their meal and for one hour after finishing their meal.
TAB wagering operations can commence from midday on ANZAC Day.
The sale of take away liquor, EGM gaming and KENO is not permitted prior to 1pm on ANZAC Day.
From 1pm on ANZAC Day, normal liquor and gaming trading conditions apply.
Conducting two-up on ANZAC Day requires written approval.
Hotel premises can conduct two-up on their premises as part of an ANZAC Day commemoration, if it is approved in writing by an RSL sub-branch and various conditions are met.
If you need further details or clarifications on any of the above, visit the Queensland Government Site.