PARENTS will be stopped by security guards outside Queensland’s biggest alcohol retailer if it is thought they are buying booze for their children during Schoolies.

BWS and Dan Murphy’s will turn away adults from the front doors of 50 outlets if it appears they are helping teenagers stockpile grog for the end-of-year celebrations.

And groups who try to buy booze from any of the southeast Queensland and northern New South Wales outlets will be checked for ID.

It comes as police and Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation inspectors will be on the lookout for adults who provide alcohol to underage youths during Schoolies events, which are expected to attract more than 30,000 revellers during the next three weeks.

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