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Gaming decisions 2016

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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 - Doxa Social Club Inc

On 30 December 2016, the Commission made a decision in relation to an application by Doxa Social Club Inc for amendment to its venue operator's licence to increase the number of electronic gaming machines at The Meeting Place on Elizabeth Street, Melbourne from 56 to 76 electronic gaming machines.

The Commission granted the application subject to the conditions set out at paragraph 92 of the reasons.

For a full copy of the Commission’s decision and reasons for the decision, download Gaming decision – EGM increase - Doxa Social Club Inc (PDF, 7.88 MB).

EGM increase - Watsonia RSL Sub-Branch Inc

On 21 December 2016, the Commission made a decision in relation to an application by Watsonia RSL Sub-Branch Inc for amendment of its venue operator's licence to vary the number of electronic gaming machines (EGMs) at the approved premises, the Watsonia RSL, located at  6 Morwell Road, Watsonia, from 83 to 103 EGMs.

The Commission has determined to grant the application, subject to the conditions outlined at Paragraph 91 of the reasons for decision.

For a full copy of the Commission’s decision and reasons for the decision, download Gaming decision - EGM increase - Watsonia RSL Sub-Branch Inc (PDF, 2.9 MB).

New premises - Australian Leisure and Hospitality Group Pty Ltd

On 8 December 2016, the Commission made a decision in relation to an application by Australian Leisure and Hospitality Group Pty Ltd for approval of the premises known as the Commercial Hotel, located at 820 Plenty Road, South Morang, as suitable for gaming with 40 Electronic Gaming Machines.

The Commission has determined to refuse the application.

The reasons for the decision were released on 12 December 2016.

For a full copy of the Commission’s decision and reasons for the decision, download Gaming decision - New premises - Australian Leisure and Hospitality Group Pty Ltd (PDF, 454.76 KB).

EGM increase - Melbourne Football Club

On 6 December 2016, the Commission made a decision in relation to an application by the Melbourne Football Club for amendment of its venue operator's licence to vary the number of electronic gaming machines permitted in the approved premises, the Bentleigh Club, located at 33 Yawla Street Bentleigh,  from 80 to 88.

The Commission has determined to grant the application, subject to the conditions outlined at paragraph 87 of the attached reasons for decision.

For a full copy of the Commission’s decision and reasons for the decision, download Gaming Decision - EGM increase - Melbourne Football Club (PDF, 2.45 MB).

EGM increase - Warragul Sporting and Social Club Inc.

On 21 November 2016, the Commission made a decision in relation to an application by the Warragul Sporting & Social Club Inc. for amendment of its venue operator's licence to vary the number of electronic gaming machines permitted in the approved premises, Warragul Sporting & Social Club, located at 55 Victoria Street, Warragul, from 80 to 100.

The Commission has determined to grant the application, subject to the condition outlined at paragraph 85 of the attached reasons for decision.

For a full copy of the Commission’s decision and reasons for the decision, download Gaming Decision - EGM increase - Warragul Sporting and Social Club (PDF, 275.09 KB).

EGM increase - Collingwood Football Club Inc

On 28 June 2018, the Commission subsequently granted an application by Collingwood Football Club Inc to amend the conditions that are outlined in the above decision. In particular, the Commission granted an extension to 30 November 2018 for the substantial completion of Works at the Coach and Horses Hotel.

On 9 November 2016, the Commission made a decision  in relation to an application by the Collingwood Football Club Inc for amendment of its venue operator's licence to vary the number of electronic gaming machines at the approved premises, the Coach and Horses Hotel, (located at  33-37 Maroondah Highway, Ringwood) from 80 to 90 machines.

The Commission has determined to grant the application, subject to the conditions outlined at Paragraph 146 of the decision and reasons for decision.

For a full copy of the Commission’s decision and reasons for the decision, download the Gaming Decision - EGM increase - Collingwood Football Club Inc - Part 1 (PDF, 5.64 MB) and Gaming Decision - EGM increase - Collingwood Football Club Inc - Part 2 (PDF, 5.65 MB). Document has been split into two due to file size. 

EGM increase - Bendigo District RSL Sub-Branch Inc

On 25 October 2016, the Commission made a decision in relation to an application by Bendigo District RSL Sub-Branch Inc for amendment to its venue operator's licence to increase the number of electronic gaming machines at the Bendigo District RSL Sub-Branch on Havilah Road, Bendigo from 81 to 93 electronic gaming machines.

On 29 January 2018, the Commission subsequently granted an application by Bendigo District RSL Sub-Branch Inc to amend the conditions that are outlined in the above decision. In particular, the Commission granted an extension to 31 October 2018 for the substantial completion of Works at the Bendigo District RSL Sub-Branch.

For a full copy of the Commission’s decision and reasons for the decision, download Gaming Decision - EGM increase - Bendigo District RSL Sub-Branch Inc (PDF, 8.52 MB).

EGM increase - Stawell Harness Racing Club

On 8 August 2016, the Commission made a decision to grant an application by Stawell Harness Racing Club to amend its venue operator's licence to vary the number of electronic gaming machines at the approved premises known as the Stawell Harness Racing Club (located at Laidlaw Park, 78 Patrick Street, Stawell) from 30 to 45 electronic gaming machines.

For a full copy of the Commission's decision and reasons for the decision, download Gaming decision - EGM increase - Stawell Harness Racing Club.

EGM increase - Warragul Country Club Inc - Warragul Country Club

On 18 July 2016 the Commission made a decision to grant an application by Warragul Country Club Inc to amend its venue operator's licence to vary the number of electronic gaming machines at the approved premises known as the Warragul Country Club, located at 41 Sutton Street, Warragul, from 60 to 80 electronic gaming machines.

For a full copy of the Commission's decision and reasons for the decision, download Gaming decision - EGM increase - Warragul Country Club.

EGM increase - Third Bekkah Pty Ltd - Cobram Hotel

On 28 April 2016 the Commission made a decision to grant an application by Third Bekkah Pty Ltd to amend its venue operator's licence to vary the number of electronic gaming machines at the approved premises known as the Cobram Hotel, located at 4 Terminus Street, Cobram, from 38 to 50 electronic gaming machines.

For a full copy of the Commission's decision and reasons for the decision, download Gaming decision - EGM increase - Third Bekkah Pty Ltd.

EGM increase - Myrtleford Savoy Sporting Club Inc - Myrtleford Savoy Sporting Club

On 13 April 2016 the Commission made a decision to grant an application by Myrtleford Savoy Sporting Club Inc to amend its venue operator's licence to vary the number of electronic gaming machines at the approved premises known as the Myrtleford Savoy Sporting Club, located at 252-254 Great Alpine Road, Myrtleford, from 26 to 40 electronic gaming machines.

For a full copy of the Commission's decision and reasons for the decision, download Gaming decision - EGM increase - Myrtleford Savoy Sporting Club.

EGM increase - Beretta's Langwarrin Pty Ltd - Langwarrin Hotel

On 24 March 2016 the Commission handed downs its decision concerning an application by Beretta's Langwarrin Pty Ltd to amend its venue operator's licence to vary the number of electronic gaming machines from 52 to 62 at the approved venue the Langwarrin Hotel, 220 Cranbourne-Frankston Road, Langwarrin.

The Commission has determined to approve the application, subject to the conditions set out at paragraph 80 of the Reasons.

For a full copy of the Commission's decision and reasons for the decision, download Gaming decision - EGM increase - Berettas Langwarrin Pty Ltd.

On 25 September 2017, the Commission subsequently granted an application by Berreta's Langwarrin Pty Ltd to amend the conditions that are outlined in the above decision. In particular, the Commission granted an extension to 29 November 2017 for the completion of works at the Langwarrin Hotel.

New premises - APD Group Pty Ltd - Valley Inn Hotel

On 23 March 2016, the Commission handed down its decision in relation to an application by APD Group Pty Ltd for approval of the premises known as the Valley Inn Hotel, located at 120 Fyans Street, South Geelong, as suitable for gaming with 29 EGMs.

The Commission has determined to grant the application, subject to the conditions outlined at paragraphs 105 and 106 of the Reasons for Decision.

For a copy of the Decision and the Reasons for Decision, download Gaming decision - New premises - APD Group Pty Ltd.

EGM increase - Sale and District Greyhound Racing Club Inc - Sale and District Greyhound Racing Club

On 16 February 2016 the Commission made a decision to grant an application by Sale and District Greyhound Racing Club Inc to amend its venue operator's licence to vary the number of electronic gaming machines at the approved premises from 70 to 80 electronic gaming machines.

For a full copy of the Commission's decision and reasons for the decision, download Gaming decision - EGM increase - Sale and District Greyhound Racing Club.

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