The VCGLR has released three short videos covering how and why the VCGLR came about, its Regulatory Approach and the tools used to conduct its business.
The Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulator (VCGLR) has recently banned two liquor advertisements that it found encouraged the irresponsible consumption of alcohol.
If you apply for a major event licence, you have certain obligations to abide by.
The VCGLR is committed to working with the gaming industry to help them understand the responsibilities that come with being a registered bookmaker’s key employee. This page is a starting point, but it's up to you to make sure you're aware of all your responsibilities as stated under the Gambling Regulation Act 2003 (the Act).
Party bus operations that pose the greatest risk of alcohol-related harm are subject to regulatory control.
Section 3.5.35 of the Gambling Regulation Act 2003 prohibits the display of gaming machine related signs. This page outlines the requirements.
These guidelines have been produced to assist venue operators with the Self-Exclusion Program.
Venue operators are required to independently record soft meter data on a daily basis in order to comply with the ‘Accounting and auditing venue requirements’ approved by the VCGLR.
A residents’ register must be kept on licensed premises where accommodation is provided by holders of a general licence, a late night (general) licence, an on-premises licence, or a late night (on-premises) licence.
Protecting patrons and staff from a serious fire threat in a licensed premises is important. This page summarises fire safety responsibilities and the powers of the VCGLR in relation to fire safety.