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Gaming decisions 2017

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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 - Kilmore Racing Club Inc (the Bendigo Club)

On 21 December 2017, the Commission made a decision in relation to an application by Kilmore Racing Club Inc for amendment of its venue operator's licence to vary the number of electronic gaming machines permitted in the approved premises, the Bendigo Club, located at 22 Park Street Bendigo, from forty-four (44) to sixty (60).

The Commission has determined to grant the Application subject to the conditions as outlined at paragraph 121 of the decision. 

For a full copy of the Commission's decision and reasons for the decision, download Gaming decision – EGM increase - Kilmore Racing Club Inc (PDF, 6.93 MB).

EGM increase - Pakenham Racing Club Inc

On 4 December 2017, the Commission made a decision in relation to an application by Pakenham Racing Club Inc for amendment of its venue operator's licence to vary the number of electronic gaming machines permitted in the approved premises, Club Officer, located at 3 Niki Place, Officer, from sixty (60) to eighty (80).

The Commission refused the application for the reasons set out in its decision.

For a full copy of the Commission's decision and reasons for the decision, download Gaming decision - EGM increase - Pakenham Racing Club Inc (PDF, 8.46 MB).

EGM increase - Portarlington Golf Club Inc

On 20 October 2017, the Commission made a decision in relation to an application by Portarlington Golf Club Inc for amendment of its venue operator's licence to vary the number of electronic gaming machines permitted in the approved premises, the Portarlington Golf Club, located at 130 Hood Road, Portarlington, from fifty-five (55) to sixty-five (65).

The Commission granted the application subject to the conditions set out at paragraph 152 of the reasons.

For a full copy of the Commission's decision and reasons for the decision, download Gaming decision - EGM increase - Portarlington Golf Club Inc (PDF, 427.61 KB).

EGM increase - Zagame's Berwick Springs Hotel Pty Ltd

On 2 October 2017, the Commission made a decision in relation to an application by Zagame's Berwick Springs Hotel Pty Ltd for amendment to its venue operator's licence to increase the number of electronic gaming machines at the Berwick Springs Hotel, 288-296 Clyde Road, Berwick from 95 to 105.

The Commission granted the application subject to the conditions set out at paragraph 135 of the reasons.

For a full copy of the Commission's decision and reasons for the decision, download Gaming decision – EGM increase - Berwick Springs Hotel (PDF, 323.93 KB).

Premises Approval - Bendigo Stadium Ltd

On 18 August 2017, the Commission made a decision in relation to an application by Bendigo Stadium Ltd for approval of the premises known as the Wellington at Botanical Gardens, located at 555 Napier Street, White Hills, as suitable for gaming with 44 Electronic Gaming Machines.

The Commission has determined to refuse the application.

For a copy of the Decision and the Reasons for Decision, download Gaming decision - Premises Approval - Bendigo Stadium Ltd. (PDF, 7.37 MB)

EGM increase - Noble Park Football Social Club

Having considered an application by Noble Park Football Social Club for amendment of its venue operator's licence to vary the number of EGMs permitted in the approved premises at Moodemere Street, Noble Park, from 50 to 70, the Commission has determined to refuse the application for the reasons set out in the attached Reasons for Decision.

For a full copy of the Commission's decision and reasons for the decision, download Gaming decision – EGM increase – Noble Park Football Social Club (PDF, 7.81 MB).

Premises Approval - Wangaratta RSL Sub-Branch Inc

On 12 July 2017, the Commission handed down its decision in relation to an application by Wangaratta RSL Sub-Branch Inc for approval of the premises known as the Sydney Hotel, located at 2-4 Templeton Street, Wangaratta, as suitable for gaming with 50 EGMs.

The Commission has determined to grant the application, subject to the conditions outlined at paragraphs 139 and 140 of the Reasons for Decision.

For a copy of the Decision and the Reasons for Decision, download Gaming decision - Premises Approval - Wangaratta RSL Sub-Branch Inc. (PDF, 7.3 MB)

EGM increase - Highlands Hotel Craigieburn Pty Ltd

On 28 April 2017, the Commission made a decision in relation to an application by Highlands Hotel Craigieburn Pty Ltd for amendment to its venue operator's licence to increase the number of electronic gaming machines at the Highlands Hotel, located at Crn Grand Boulevard and Aitken Boulevard, Craigieburn, from 60 to 80 electronic gaming machines.

The Commission granted the application subject to the conditions set out at paragraph 141 of the reasons.

For a full copy of the Commission's decision and reasons for the decision, download Gaming decision – EGM increase - Highlands Hotel (PDF, 5.26 MB).

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