The VCGLR has released a public statement setting out how we approach the regulation of the gambling and liquor industries.
Read the VCGLR's Regulatory Approach and find out more from the link above.
View the easy-to-use interactive map of Victorian liquor licences.
View and download the Winter 2014 edition of VCGLR News.
Read the Ministerial Statement of Expectations and view the VCGLR’s response.
Find out what the Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation is doing to reduce red tape and improve operations.
Financial institutions no longer need to be listed on the Roll of Manufacturers, Suppliers and Testers
17 Oct, 2014
Financial institutions no longer need to be listed on the Roll of Manufacturers, Suppliers and Testers in order to repossess and re-sell electronic gaming machines.
16 Oct, 2014
Certain types of gambling licences have been extended to ten years and bookmaker partnerships no longer need to be renewed.