The Queensland Government is looking to scrap pub and gambling bans on Good Friday, Anzac Day and Christmas Day, as part of a major review of the state's liquor licensing rules.

Other options include earlier opening hours for bottle shops, bigger bets on poker machines, and a review of so-called 'drinksafe' precincts, as well as and the 3:00am venue lockout.

Attorney-General Jarrod Bleijie says Queenslanders have a month to comment on the changes, which are aimed at reducing red tape.

He says there is also likely to be changes to remove liquor licensing rules for school functions and community groups.

"We're dealing with little sporting clubs here as well and they're the ones that have been pushing this drive to have these in these discussion papers," he said.

"It's only fair the Government listen to them and at least let the community have a bigger say."

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