Liquor & Gaming LiveData shows statistical data about alcohol-related risks in NSW communities. This is the same data the Independent Liquor & Gaming Authority (ILGA) uses to inform its decisions about the approval of new liquor licence applications.

If you are an applicant, you can use this data to identify risks in an area where you may want to apply for a new liquor licence. As a member of the public, you can use this data to inform the preparation of a submission to ILGA on a liquor licence application in your community.

A User Guide is available to help you use this resource at Appendix B. Technical Notes with information about the selection of data and use of methodologies is at Appendix C.

Map and Spatial Data

Figure 1: Map of the Miller suburb within Liverpool Local Government Area (LGA) *The map is for suggestive purposes only
Data Layers

Liquor Licences

  • Club licenceClub
  • Hotel licenceHotel
  • On-premises licenceOn-premises
  • Packaged liquor licencePackaged liquor
  • Karaoke bar licenceKaraoke bar
  • Small barSmall bar

Offence Rates per 100,000 population by Local Government Area (LGA)

  • Alcohol Related Domestic Assault
     
  • Alcohol Related Non-Domestic Assault
     
  • Malicious Damage
     
  • Alcohol Related Offensive Conduct
     

Offence Hotspots by incident density

  • Alcohol Related Domestic Assault
     
  • Alcohol Related Non-Domestic Assault
     
  • Malicious Damage
     
  • Alcohol Related Offensive Conduct
     
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1. COMMUNITY PROFILE

Miller (population: 3,237) is a suburb in the Liverpool Local Government Area (LGA). The Australian Bureau of Statistics classes it as a Major Cities of Australia (NSW) area. In Miller, Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islanders comprise 4.5% of the population. Households in Miller and Liverpool LGA are socio-economically disadvantaged and advantaged respectively (Bottom 1% and Top 38% of NSW households, in terms of household income and residents in skilled occupations).



2. OUTLET DENSITY

Outlet density refers to the concentration of licensed premises in a local area. It is a known environmental risk that can lead to excessive drinking and alcohol-related harm. Outlet density can be assessed by measuring outlet saturation (number of licensed premises in an area as a proportion of a population) and outlet clustering (proximity of licensed premises in a local area to one another).

Outlet Saturation

Outlet Saturation in the Liverpool LGA (64.1) is lower compared to NSW (197.1) and lower compared to Major Cities of Australia (175.4) averages. Between Oct 2018 and Oct 2020, Outlet Saturation in Liverpool LGA increased (57.3 to 64.1).

Outlet Saturation in Miller (61.8) is lower compared to NSW (197.1) and lower compared to Major Cities of Australia NSW (175.4) averages. Between Oct 2018 and Oct 2020, Outlet Saturation in Miller remains the same (61.8 to 61.8).

Chart 1: Overall outlet saturation in Miller and comparison areas (Oct 2018 to Oct 2020)

Outlet Clustering

Outlet Clustering in the Liverpool LGA (12.8) is lower compared to NSW (92.2) and lower compared to Major Cities of Australia (130.8) averages. Between Oct 2018 and Oct 2020, Outlet Clustering in Liverpool LGA increased (11.4 to 12.8).

Outlet Clustering in Miller (1.0) is lower compared to NSW (92.2) and lower compared to Major Cities of Australia NSW (130.8) averages. Between Oct 2018 and Oct 2020, Outlet Clustering in Miller remains the same (1 to 1).

Chart 2: Overall outlet clustering in Miller and comparison areas (Oct 2018 to Oct 2020)



3. OUTLET DIVERSIFICATION

There are 2 authorised liquor licenses in Miller. Of these, 2 are authorised to sell packaged liquor. This includes 1 packaged liquor stores, 0 registered club licences and 1 hotel licences.

Chart 3: Outlet diversification in Miller categorised by liquor licence type (Oct 2020)


Chart 4: Outlet diversification in Miller categorised by liquor licence type (Oct 2018 to Oct 2020)


4. OFFENCE DATA

Alcohol related domestic assault (incidents per 100,000 residents)

In the year to June 2020, the rate of alcohol-related domestic assault in the suburb of Miller was 58.5. This was lower compared to the Liverpool LGA rate of 73.9. It was lower compared to the rate for Major Cities of Australia (NSW) (94.5), and lower compared to the rate for all NSW (113.2).

The alcohol-related domestic assault rate in the year to June 2020 for the suburb of Miller was lower the rate of 87.7 in the year to June 2019. The rate in Liverpool LGA in the year to June 2020 was the same the rate of 73.9 in the year to June 2019.

Annual count data for alcohol-related domestic assaults in Miller is provided in Appendix A.

Chart 5: Rate (per 100,000 residents) of alcohol related domestic assault in Miller and Liverpool LGA vs comparison areas (June 2018 to June 2020)

Alcohol related non-domestic assault (incidents per 100,000 residents)

In the year to June 2020, the alcohol-related non-domestic assault rate in Miller (292.4) was higher compared to Liverpool LGA (42.5), higher compared to Major Cities of Australia (NSW) (85.2), and higher compared to all of NSW (97.1).

The alcohol-related non-domestic assault rate in Miller was higher in the year to June 2020 (292.4) than in the year to June 2019 (175.4). The alcohol-related non-domestic assault rate in Liverpool LGA was lower in the year to June 2020 (42.5) than in the year to June 2019 (45.7).

In Miller, 40.00% (4 of 10) of all alcohol-related non-domestic assaults in the year to June 2020 were ‘serious’ (i.e. involved actual or grievous bodily harm). This percentage was lower compared to in the year to June 2019 (i.e. 100.0%, 6 of 6). From the year to June 2019 to the year to June 2020, the percentage of all alcohol-related non-domestic assaults that occurred ‘late at night’ (i.e. midnight to 6am) remains the same from 0.0% (0 of 6) to 0.0% (0 of 10).

In Liverpool LGA, 41.1% (39 of 95) of all alcohol-related non-domestic assaults in the year to June 2020 were ‘serious’ (i.e. involved actual or grievous bodily harm). This percentage was lower compared to in the year to June 2019 (i.e. 42.2%, 43 of 102). From the year to June 2019 to the year to June 2020, the percentage of all alcohol-related non-domestic assaults that occurred ‘late at night’ (i.e. midnight to 6am) decreased from 31.4% (32 of 102) to 20.0% (19 of 95).

Annual count data for alcohol-related non-domestic assaults in Miller is provided in Appendix A.

Chart 6: Rate (per 100,000 residents) of alcohol related non-domestic assaults in Miller and Liverpool LGA vs comparison areas (June 2018 to June 2020)

Alcohol related offensive conduct (incidents per 100,000 residents)

In the year to June 2020, the alcohol-related offensive conduct rate in Miller (0) was lower compared to Liverpool LGA (4), lower compared to Major Cities of Australia (NSW) (23.9), and lower compared to all of NSW (28.4).

The alcohol-related offensive conduct rate in Miller was the same in the year to June 2020 (0) than in the year to June 2019 (0). The alcohol-related offensive conduct rate in Liverpool LGA was lower in the year to June 2020 (4) than in the year to June 2019 (8.5).

Annual count data for alcohol-related offensive conduct in Miller is provided in Appendix A.

Chart 7: Rate (per 100,000 residents) of alcohol related offensive conduct in Miller and Liverpool LGA vs comparison areas (June 2018 to June 2020)

Malicious damage to property (incidents per 100,000 residents)

In the year to June 2020, the malicious damage to property rate in Miller (1783.6) was higher compared to Liverpool LGA (586.2), higher compared to Major Cities of Australia (NSW) (620.3), and higher compared to all of NSW (681.9).

The malicious damage to property rate in Miller was higher in the year to June 2020 (1783.6) than in the year to June 2019 (1579). The malicious damage to property rate in Liverpool LGA was lower in the year to June 2020 (586.2) than in the year to June 2019 (617.5).

Annual count data for malicious damage to property in Miller is provided in Appendix A.

Chart 8: Rate (per 100,000 residents) of malicious damage to property in Miller and Liverpool LGA vs comparison areas (June 2018 to June 2020)


5. Alcohol-Attributable Hospitalisations & Deaths

The alcohol-attributable death rate in Liverpool LGA is 17.5 (per 100,000 residents). This is higher compared to the average in Major Cities of Australia (NSW) (17.3). It is lower compared to the average across all of NSW (18.1). The alcohol-attributable hospitalisation rate in Liverpool LGA is 386.7 (hospitalisations per 100,000 residents). This is lower compared to the Major Cities of Australia (NSW) average (585.5), and lower compared to the NSW average (565.7). Between 2014/2015 and 2016/2017, alcohol-attributable death in Liverpool LGA decreased by 16.7%. Between 2014-2016 and 2016-2018 financial year periods, alcohol-attributable hospitalisation decreased by 1.1%. By comparison, Major Cities of Australia (NSW) alcohol-attributable death decreased by 6.5%, and alcohol-attributable hospitalisation increased by 6.6%. In NSW by comparison, alcohol-attributable death decreased by 7.2%, and alcohol-related hospitalisation increased by 5.6%.

Chart 9: Rate (per 100,000 residents) of alcohol-attributable death in Liverpool LGA (2014-2015 to 2016-2017)
Chart 10: Rate (per 100,000 residents) of alcohol-attributable hospitalisation in Liverpool LGA (2014-2015 to 2017-2018)


APPENDIX A: DATA TABLES

Summary of Key Data

Year Miller Liverpool LGA Major Cities of Australia (NSW) All of NSW
Population 2016 3,237 204,330 5,779,588 7,480,228
ABS ASGS Profile 2016 Major Cities of Australia (NSW) Major Cities of Australia (NSW) N/A N/A
Socioeconomic status 2016 Bottom 1% Top 38% N/A N/A
Outlet clustering Oct 2020 1.0 12.8 130.8 92.2
Outlet saturation
(annual rate per 100,000 residents)
Oct 2020 61.8 64.1 175.4 197.1
Outlet Diversification
(total licensed premises)
Oct 2020 2 131 9904 14742
Alcohol related domestic assault
(annual rate per 100,000 residents)
2020 58.5 73.9 94.5 113.2
2019 87.7 73.9 97.3 115.4
2018 204.7 66.7 92.7 110.7
Alcohol related non-domestic assault
(annual rate per 100,000 residents)
2020 292.4 42.5 85.2 97.1
2019 175.4 45.7 106.6 117.8
2018 497.1 50.2 110.3 124.2
Alcohol related offensive conduct
(annual rate per 100,000 residents)
2020 0 4 23.9 28.4
2019 0 8.5 29.6 35.9
2018 29.2 4.9 30.6 39.2
Malicious damage
(annual rate per 100,000 residents)
2020 1783.6 586.2 620.3 681.9
2019 1579 617.5 663.2 721.2
2018 2134.5 594.7 676 745.4
Alcohol-attributable hospitalisation
(annual rate per 100,000 residents)
2016/2017-2017/2018 Not reported 386.7 585.5 565.7
2015/2016-2016/2017 Not reported 363.5 551.4 537.7
2014/2015-2015/2016 Not reported 391.1 549.3 535.6
Alcohol-attributable death
(annual rate per 100,000 residents)
2016/2017 Not reported 17.5 17.3 18.1
2015/2016 Not reported 18.7 17.8 19
2014/2015 Not reported 21 18.5 19.5

Outlet Density Data

Table 1: Outlet saturation (annual rate per 100,000 residents) in Miller, Liverpool LGA, Major Cities of Australia (NSW) and NSW (2018 to 2020)
Year Liquor licence type Miller Liverpool LGA Major Cities of Australia (NSW) All of NSW
Oct 2020 Overall 61.8 64.1 175.4 197.1
Packaged liquor store 30.9 18.6 26.4 29.2
Authorised to supply packaged liquor 61.8 30.3 57.8 74.8
Hotel 30.9 6.9 19.7 28.4
General bar 0 0.5 1.5 1.4
Club 0 4.9 11.6 17.2
Late-trading outlets 30.9 12.2 32.6 34.2
Oct 2019 Overall 61.8 60.2 167.5 189
Packaged liquor store 30.9 18.1 25.6 28.4
Authorised to supply packaged liquor 61.8 28.9 56.8 73.8
Hotel 30.9 5.9 19.5 28.3
General bar 0 0 1.4 1.3
Club 0 4.9 11.6 17.2
Late-trading outlets 30.9 12.2 31.8 33.5
Oct 2018 Overall 61.8 57.3 158.2 180.2
Packaged liquor store 30.9 17.6 25.1 27.9
Authorised to supply packaged liquor 61.8 28.4 56.1 73.2
Hotel 30.9 5.9 19.5 28.2
General bar 0 0 1.4 1.3
Club 0 4.9 11.5 17.2
Late-trading outlets 30.9 11.7 31.2 33

Table 2: Outlet clustering in Miller, Liverpool LGA, Major Cities of Australia (NSW) and NSW (2018 to 2020)
Year Liquor licence type Miller Liverpool LGA Major Cities of Australia (NSW) All of NSW
Oct 2020 Overall 1 12.8 130.8 92.2
Packaged liquor store 0 1.3 3.6 2.8
Authorised to supply packaged liquor 0 1.5 11.2 7.1
Hotel 0 3 27 15.2
General bar 0 0 49.2 40
Club 0 0 1.4 1
Late-trading outlets 0 7.9 95.8 70.5
Oct 2019 Overall 1 12.7 125.4 88.1
Packaged liquor store 0 1.4 3.4 2.7
Authorised to supply packaged liquor 0 1.6 11.2 7.1
Hotel 0 3.5 27.1 15.2
General bar 0 0 51.6 41.4
Club 0 0 1.4 1
Late-trading outlets 0 7.7 90.9 66.6
Oct 2018 Overall 1 11.4 117.8 82.1
Packaged liquor store 0 1.3 3.3 2.6
Authorised to supply packaged liquor 0 1.6 11.1 7.1
Hotel 0 3.5 27 15.2
General bar 0 0 50.8 41.1
Club 0 0 1.4 1
Late-trading outlets 0 7.3 85.2 62.4


Licensed Premises Data

Table 3: Number of liquor licence types in Miller, Liverpool LGA, Major Cities of Australia (NSW) and NSW (2018 to 2020)
Year Liquor licence type Miller Liverpool LGA Major Cities of Australia (NSW) All of NSW
Oct 2020 Producer/wholesaler (with on-premises authorisation) 0 0 76 263
On-premises (with no Primary Service Authorisation) 0 60 5176 7085
On-premises (with Primary Service Authorisation) 0 9 1253 1644
Small bar 0 0 137 157
Club 0 10 655 1284
Hotel 1 13 1031 2021
General bar 0 1 83 104
Packaged liquor store 1 38 1493 2184
Total authorised to supply packaged liquor 2 61 3179 5489
Total not authorised to supply packaged liquor 0 70 6725 9253
Total all licensed premises 2 131 9904 14742
Oct 2019 Producer/wholesaler (with on-premises authorisation) 0 0 65 225
On-premises (with no Primary Service Authorisation) 0 57 4881 6686
On-premises (with Primary Service Authorisation) 0 7 1181 1558
Small bar 0 0 122 142
Club 0 10 654 1284
Hotel 1 12 1025 2015
General bar 0 0 78 99
Packaged liquor store 1 37 1448 2126
Total authorised to supply packaged liquor 2 59 3127 5425
Total not authorised to supply packaged liquor 0 64 6327 8710
Total all licensed premises 2 123 9454 14135
Oct 2018 Producer/wholesaler (with on-premises authorisation) 0 0 54 195
On-premises (with no Primary Service Authorisation) 0 52 4496 6222
On-premises (with Primary Service Authorisation) 0 7 1118 1474
Small bar 0 0 94 107
Club 0 10 652 1283
Hotel 1 12 1022 2010
General bar 0 0 77 97
Packaged liquor store 1 36 1416 2088
Total authorised to supply packaged liquor 2 58 3090 5381
Total not authorised to supply packaged liquor 0 59 5839 8095
Total all licensed premises 2 117 8929 13476


Demographic Data

Table 4: SEIFA Index of Relative Economic Advantage & Disadvantage (Percentile), Miller and Liverpool LGA (2016, 2011, 2006)
Year Miller Liverpool LGA
2016 Bottom 1% Top 38%
2011 Bottom 1% Top 43%
2006 Bottom 1% Top 33%

Table 5: Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander (ATSI) composition of Miller and Liverpool LGA (2016, 2011, 2006)
Year Miller Liverpool LGA
2016 4.5% 1.8%
2011 5.8% 1.6%
2006 4.4% 1.4%


Health Data

Table 6: Alcohol-attributable hospitalisation (per 100,000 residents) in Liverpool LGA, Major Cities of Australia (NSW) and NSW (2016 to 2018)
Year Liverpool LGA Major Cities of Australia (Average) NSW (Average)
2016/2017-2017/2018 386.7 585.5 565.7
2015/2016-2016/2017 363.5 551.4 537.7
2014/2015-2015/2016 391.1 549.3 535.6

Table 7: Alcohol-attributable death (per 100,000 residents) in Liverpool LGA, Major Cities of Australia and NSW (2015 to 2017)
Year Liverpool LGA Major Cities of Australia (Average) NSW (Average)
2016/2017 17.5 17.3 18.1
2015/2016 18.7 17.8 19
2014/2015 21 18.5 19.5


Offence Data

Table 8: Alcohol-related domestic assault (rate per 100,000 residents) in Miller, Liverpool LGA, Major Cities of Australia (NSW) and NSW (June 2018 to June 2020)
Year Miller Liverpool LGA Major Cities of Australia (NSW) All of NSW
Count Rate Count Rate Rate Rate
2020 2 58.5 165 73.9 94.5 113.2
2019 3 87.7 165 73.9 97.3 115.4
2018 7 204.7 149 66.7 92.7 110.7

Table 9: Alcohol-related non-domestic assault (rate per 100,000 residents) in Miller, Liverpool LGA, Major Cities of Australia (NSW) and NSW (June 2018 to June 2020)
Year Miller Liverpool LGA Major Cities of Australia (NSW) All NSW
Count Rate Count Rate Rate Rate
2020 10 292.4 95 42.5 85.2 97.1
2019 6 175.4 102 45.7 106.6 117.8
2018 17 497.1 112 50.2 110.3 124.2

Table 10: Late-night alcohol-related non-domestic assault (per 100,000 residents) in Miller, Liverpool LGA, Major Cities of Australia (NSW) and NSW (June 2018 to June 2020)
Year Miller Liverpool LGA Major Cities of Australia (NSW) All NSW
Count Rate Count Rate Rate Rate
2020 0 0 19 8.5 26.5 29.9
2019 0 0 32 14.3 36.6 40.2
2018 2 58.5 36 16.1 38.1 42.2

Table 11: Alcohol-related non-domestic serious assault (per 100,000 residents) in Miller, Liverpool LGA, Major Cities of Australia (NSW) and NSW (June 2018 to June 2020)
Year Miller Liverpool LGA Major Cities of Australia (NSW) All NSW
Count Rate Count Rate Rate Rate
2020 4 117 39 17.5 30.3 36.4
2019 6 175.4 43 19.3 38.6 44.6
2018 11 321.6 41 18.4 40.3 46.9

Table 12: Alcohol related offensive conduct (per 100,000 residents) in Miller, Liverpool LGA, Major Cities of Australia (NSW) and NSW (June 2018 to June 2020)
Year Miller Liverpool LGA Major Cities of Australia (NSW) All NSW
Count Rate Count Rate Rate Rate
2020 0 0 9 4 23.9 28.4
2019 0 0 19 8.5 29.6 35.9
2018 1 29.2 11 4.9 30.6 39.2

Table 13: Malicious damage to property (per 100,000 residents) in Miller, Liverpool LGA, Major Cities of Australia (NSW) and NSW (June 2018 to June 2020)
Year Miller Liverpool LGA Major Cities of Australia (NSW) All NSW
Count Rate Count Rate Rate Rate
2020 61 1783.6 1309 586.2 620.3 681.9
2019 54 1579 1379 617.5 663.2 721.2
2018 73 2134.5 1328 594.7 676 745.4


APPENDIX B: USER GUIDE



APPENDIX C: TECHNICAL NOTES



APPENDIX D: LICENSED PREMISES LIST