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Gaming decisions 2015

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The Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation (VCGLR) prepares and publishes decisions and reasons for decisions in relation to certain gaming applications and disciplinary action proceedings.

If you would like a copy of any of the below decisions in a more accessible format, please submit an enquiry using the contact us form.

EGM increase - Sporting Legends Club Inc - Sporting Legends Club

On 23 December 2015 the Commission handed down its decision concerning an application by Sporting Legends Club Inc to amend its venue operator's licence to vary the number of electronic gaming machines from 74 to 80 at the Sporting Legends Club, 233 York Street, Sale.

The Commission has determined to refuse the application.

For a full copy of the Commission's decision and reasons for the decision, download Gaming decision - EGM increase - Sporting Legends Club Inc (PDF, 2.29 MB).

EGM increase - Minus Pty Ltd - Diamond Creek Tavern

On 2 November 2015, the Commission handed down its Decision concerning an application from Minus Pty Ltd. to amend their venue operator's licence to vary the number of electronic gaming machines at the Diamond Creek Tavern from 40 to 50.

The Commission determined to grant the application, subject to the condition outlined at paragraph 108 of the reasons for decision.

For the full Commission Decision and Reasons for the Decision, download Gaming decision- EGM increase- Minus Pty Ltd (PDF, 4.13 MB).

EGM increase - Yarraville Club Inc - Yarraville Club

On 28 October 2015, the Commission handed down its decision on an application by the Yarraville Club Inc to amend its venue operator's licence to vary the number of electronic gaming machines at the Yarraville Club, 135 Stephen Street, Yarraville from 78 to 103.

The Commission has determined to grant the application, subject to the condition outlined in paragraph 109 of the reasons for decision.

For the full Commission Decision and Reasons for the Decision, download Gaming decision - EGM increase - Yarraville Club Inc (PDF, 3.39 MB).

EGM increase - Glenroy RSL Sub-Branch Inc - Glenroy RSL

On 22 October 2015, the Commission handed down its decision concerning an application from Glenroy RSL Sub-Branch Inc. to amend their venue operator's licence to vary the number of electronic gaming machines at the Glenroy RSL from 40 to 50.

The Commission determined to grant the application, subject to the conditions outlined at paragraph 110 of the reasons for decision.

For the full Commission decision and reasons for the decision, download Gaming decision - EGM increase - Glenroy RSL Sub-Branch Inc (PDF, 7.88 MB).

Gaming decision - appeal of decision - French-Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry

On 29 September 2015, the Commission handed down its decision in respect of an appeal against a decision of a delegate of the Commission to refuse the French-Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry's application to be declared a community or charitable organisation.

The Commission determined to confirm the decision of the delegate.

For a full copy of the Commission's decision and reasons for decision, download Decision and reasons for decision - French-Australian Chamber of Commerce and Industry (PDF, 1.46 MB).

EGM increase - CJSV Nominees Pty Ltd - West Waters Hotel

On 1 September 2015 the Commission handed down its decision concerning an application from CJSV Nominees Pty Ltd to amend their venue operator licence to vary the number of electronic gaming machines from 80 to 90 at the West Waters Hotel, 10-20 Lake Street, Caroline Springs.

The Commission has determined to grant the application, subject to the conditions outlined at paragraph 92 of the reasons for decision.

For the full Commission decision and reasons for the decision, download Gaming decision - EGM increase - CJSV Nominees Pty Ltd (PDF, 6.87 MB).

EGM increase - Richmond Football Club Ltd - Wantirna Club

On 24 July 2015, the Commission handed down its decision concerning an application by Richmond Football Club Limited to amend its venue operator's licence to increase the number of electronic gaming machines from 87 to 97 at the Wantirna Club, 250 Stud Road, Wantirna.

The Commission has determined to grant the application, subject to the conditions relating to community contributions and works, outlined at paragraph 107 of the reasons for decision.

For a full copy of the Commission's decision and reasons for the decision, download the Gaming decision - EGM increase - Richmond Football Club Ltd (PDF, 7.58 MB).

On 12 September 2016, the Commission subsequently granted an application by the Richmond Football Club Ltd to amend the conditions that are outlined in the above decision. In particular, the Commission granted an extension to 31 December 2016 for the substantial completion of works at the Wantirna Club.

Appeal - Newlands Arm Residents and Ratepayers Association

On 23 June 2015, the Commission handed down a decision granting an appeal and declaring the Newlands Arm Residents and Ratepayers Association (NARRA) a community or charitable organisation pursuant to s8.3.5 of the Gambling Regulation Act 2003.

The Commission has determined to grant the appeal.

For full copy of the Commission's decision and reasons for the decision, download Gaming decision - appeal- NARRA (PDF, 983.58 KB).

EGM increase - Deer Park Club Inc - The Deer Park Club

On 9 June 2015 the Commission handed down its decision to grant an application by Deer Park Club Inc for amendment of its venue operator's licence to vary the number of electronic gaming machines at the approved premises, The Deer Park Club, 780 Ballarat Road, Deer Park, from 68 to 80.

The application be granted subject to the conditions in paragraph 81 of the reasons. 

For a full copy of the Commission’s decision and reasons for the decision, download Gaming decision - EGM increase - Deer Park Club Inc (PDF, 3.21 MB).

On 13 April 2017, the Commission subsequently granted an application by Deer Park Club Inc to amend the conditions that are outlined in the above decision. In particular, the Commission granted an extension to 30 June 2017 for the substantial completion of Stage One Works and an extension to 31 March 2018 for the substantial completion of Stage Two Works at the Deer Park Club. 

EGM increase - Zagame's Berwick Springs Hotel Pty Ltd - Berwick Springs Hotel

On 15 May 2015, the Commission granted an application by Zagame's Berwick Springs Hotel Pty Ltd to increase the number of electronic gaming machines at its venue from 85 to 95.

The Commission has determined to grant the application subject to the conditions in paragraph 62 of the reasons for decisions.

For a full copy of the Commission's decision and reasons for the decision, download Gaming decision - EGM increase - Zagames Berwick Springs Hotel Pty Ltd (PDF, 2.93 MB).

EGM increase - Supreme Tanti Pty Ltd - Mornington on Tanti Hotel

On 5 May 2015 the Commission handed down its decision to grant an application by Supreme Tanti Pty Ltd to vary the number of electronic gaming machines at the approved venue, the Mornington on Tanti Hotel, Mornington, from 23 to 40.

The Commission has determined to grant the application subject to the conditions in paragraph 115 of the reasons for decisions.

For a full copy of the Commission’s decision and reasons for the decision, download Gaming decision - EGM increase - Supreme Tanti Pty Ltd (PDF, 4.05 MB).

EGM increase - Keilor East RSL Sub-Branch Inc - Keilor East RSL

On 29 April 2015 the Commission made a decision to grant an application by Keilor East RSL Sub-Branch Inc to amend its venue operator's licence to vary the number of gaming machines at the approved premises, the Keilor East RSL, 12-22 Hoffmans Road, Easendon, from 25 to 39 gaming machines.

For a full copy of the Commission’s decision and reasons for the decision, download Gaming decision - EGM increase - Keilor East RSL Sub-Branch Inc (PDF, 1.67 MB).

EGM increase - Box Hill RSL Sub-Branch Inc - Box Hill RSL

On 27 April 2015, the Commission determined to grant the application by Box Hill RSL Sub-Branch Inc for amendment of its venue operator's licence to vary the number of gaming machines permitted at the approved venue, the Box Hill RSL, Box Hill, from 95 to 103 electronic gaming machines.

For a full copy of the Commission’s decision and reasons for the decision, download Gaming decision - EGM increase - Box Hill RSL Sub-Branch Inc (PDF, 2.45 MB).

EGM increase - Kilsyth and Mountain District Basketball Association - Club Ringwood

On 24 April 2015 the Commission made a decision to grant the application by Kilsyth & Mountain District Basketball Association for amendment of its venue operator's licence to vary the number of gaming machines at the approved premises, Club Ringwood, 523-531 Maroondah Highway, Ringwood, from 75 to 82 gaming machines.

For a full copy of the Commission’s decision and reasons for the decision, download Gaming decision - EGM increase - Kilsyth & Mountain District Basketball Association (PDF, 2.06 MB).

EGM increase - Spazor Pty Ltd - Royal Hotel

On 16 April 2015, the Commission approved an application from Spazor Pty Ltd to amend the venue operator licence to vary the number of gaming machines permitted at the approved venue, the Royal Hotel, from 18 to 25.

For a full copy of the Commission’s decision and reasons for the decision, download Gaming decision- EGM increase - Spazor Pty Ltd (PDF, 3.34 MB).

Appeal - Geelong Amateur Arts Fund

On 16 April 2015, the Commission determined to grant the appeal and declare the Geelong Amateur Arts Fund a community or charitable organisation subject a number of orders outlined in the decision at paragraph 63.

For full copy of the Commission’s decision and reasons for the decision, download Gaming decision - appeal - Geelong Amateur Arts Fund (PDF, 1.41 MB).

EGM increase - Croydon Hotel Pty Ltd - Croydon Hotel

On 12 February 2015, the Commission handed down its decision regarding an application to vary the number of electronic gaming machines from 95 to 105 at the the Croydon Hotel in Croydon.

For full copy of the Commission’s reasons and conditions relating to the decision, download Gaming decision - EGM increase - Croydon Hotel Pty Ltd (PDF, 3.82 MB).

EGM increase - Robinvale Golf Club Inc - Robinvale Golf Club

On 9 February 2015, the Commission handed down its decision regarding an application to vary the number of electronic gaming machines from 50 to 70 at the Robinvale Golf Club in Robinvale.

For full copy of the Commission's reasons for the decision, download Gaming decision - EGM increase - Robinvale Golf Club (PDF, 2.88 MB).

On 29 March 2017, the Commission subsequently granted an application by Robinvale Golf Club Inc to amend the conditions that are outlined in the above decision. In particular, the Commission granted an extension to 1 July 2022 for a minimum of eighteen cabin rooms to be operational at the Robinvale Golf Club. The Commission further imposed additional conditions requiring Robinvale Golf Club Inc to make annual community contributions and to comply with the skills training partnership agreement with the Robinvale College.

EGM increase - Molwin Pty Ltd - Dromana Hotel

On 29 January 2015 the Commission handed down its Reasons for Decision in an application by Molwin Pty Ltd for amendment of its venue operator's licence to vary the number of gaming machines permitted at the approved venue, the Dromana Hotel, from 41 to 50 electronic gaming machines.

The Commission has refused the application.

For full copy of the Commission’s reasons and conditions relating to the decision, download Gaming decision - EGM increase - Molwin Pty Ltd (PDF, 222.42 KB).

UPDATE: On 23 December 2015, the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal (VCAT) set aside the decision of the Commission and directed the Commission to amend the applicant's venue operator's licence to vary the number of gaming machines at the Dromana Hotel from 41 to 50, subject to the conditions in the Appendix of the decision.

For a full copy of VCAT's decision and reasons for the decision, please click on the following link - VCAT decision - EGM increase - Molwin Pty Ltd.

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