Major changes to liquor laws in SA

Anyone supplying alcohol to minors in South Australia could be fined up to $10,000.

Liquor law changes to cut the supply of alcohol to minors passed the South Australian parliament on Tuesday.

Changes to SA's Liquor Licensing Act, the first significant reforms for 20 years, also remove restrictions on alcohol sales on Sundays, Christmas Day, Good Friday and New Year's Eve and cut red tape for licence holders.

"These changes help modernise our licensing regime and better reflect both community expectations and changes to the sector over the past two decades," Consumer and Business Services Minister John Rau said.

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