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Fees are charged for licence applications, and a range of other activities relating to the licensing system. This page outlines these fees.
Gambling fees are charged for licence applications, and a range of other activities relating to the licensing system. This page outlines these fees, as well as offences and penalites.
This page outlines applicable gambling legislation and regulations.
Depending on the prize pool, there are special conditions you need to abide by. This page outlines these conditions and requirements.
Depending on the amount, there are actions operators need to take in the scenario of unclaimed winnings. This page outlines these scenarios.
To surrender your liquor licence or permit, download and complete the Surrender a liquor licence or permit application form.
Useful links for gambling related topics and interstate regulators.
If you intend to conduct a raffle, in whole or in part, on behalf of a declared or charitable organisation on a commercial basis, you need to hold a Commercial raffle organiser’s licence. This page outlines the process.
Raffles can only be conducted to raise funds for organisations that have been declared as community or charitable organisations by us and may require a minor gaming permit. You can hold a raffle without a minor gaming permit if the prize value is $5000 or less. If you’re conducting a raffle to raise funds on behalf of a charity (i.e. CFA or Cancer Council), you need their written permission before proceeding.
The information on this page relates to both commercial and community and charitable gaming.
It is a condition of licence holders in the gambling industry to have a Responsible Gambling Code of Conduct (Code of Conduct).