Install Liquibase on macOS

You can install Liquibase on your macOS machine by following the steps on this page.


Click Install Liquibase.

If the Liquibase Installer does not start automatically after downloading, locate the Installer file in your Downloads directory and run it.


To install Liquibase with the Homebrew package manager, follow these steps:

  1. Install Homebrew if you have not done so already.
  2. In your command line, run the following command:
  3. brew install liquibase


  1. Click Download Liquibase to download the Liquibase Installation Files.
  2. Extract the contents to a local directory.
  3. (Optional) Add the Liquibase installation directory to your system PATH. Open the ~/.bashrc file (if you use Bash) or ~/.zshrc (if you use Zsh) and add this line:
  4. Example: export PATH=$PATH:<path to liquibase installation>

    Restart the shell session to load the new changes.

  5. From a command line or terminal, type liquibase --version to verify that Liquibase has been installed successfully.

Need help? See Installation Troubleshooting.

Next steps

  1. Introduction to Liquibase – Dive into Liquibase concepts
  2. Get Started with Liquibase – Learn how to use Liquibase with an example database
  3. Design Your Liquibase Project – Create a new Liquibase project folder and organize your changelogs
  4. Liquibase Database Tutorials – Configure Liquibase to work with your own database
  5. How to Apply Your Liquibase Pro License Key – If you use Liquibase Pro, activate your license