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The Casino Agreement between the Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation (the Commission) and Crown Melbourne Limited is an agreement entered into under Section 142 of the Casino Control Act 1991.
On 21 September 1993, the Commission entered into the Casino Agreement, and has since been varied 12 times (most recently 26 September 2019). The purpose of the Casino Agreement is to detail Crown Melbourne Limited Casino's licence conditions.
Some key features of the Casino Agreement include:
A consolidated version of the Casino Agreement (DOC, 256.5 KB) (DOC, 256.5 KB) incorporating the above mentioned 12 variations is available. A marked-up consolidated version of the Casino Agreement (DOC, 268 KB) (DOC, 268 KB) highlighting the insertions and deletions in the twelfth variation is also available.
On 19 November 1993 under Part 2 of the Casino Control Act 1991, the casino licence was granted to Crown Melbourne Limited. There have been four variations of the licence to date.
The licence includes:
For more information, download a copy of the Casino licence conditions (PDF, 51.16 KB) (PDF, 51.16 KB).
Under section 25 of the Casino Control Act 1991, the Commission is required to conduct a review of the casino operator, Crown Melbourne Limited, and its licence, at intervals not exceeding five years.
The Sixth Casino Review was completed in June 2018.
Copies of earlier casino reviews can be found below.
The Commission has made the following decisions in respect to applications to amend casino games and rules. For more information, download Notice under s60(1c) of the Casino Control Act 1991 - amendments to approved casino games and rules. (DOCX, 825.7 KB) (DOCX, 825.7 KB)