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The Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation (VCGLR) is the independent statutory authority that regulates Victoria's gambling and liquor industries.

Our vision is that Victorians and visitors enjoy safe and responsible gambling and liquor environments.
Gambling
Gambling
The VCGLR regulates businesses focusing on the people, premises, products and promotions involved in supplying gambling to ensure the integrity of Victoria's gambling industries and to minimise harm.
Every situation is unique.
What best describes your situation in the Victorian gambling industry?
  • Gaming venue operator
  • Gaming industry employee
  • Wagering and sports betting
  • Bookmaker (and employee)
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  • Casino
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Liquor
Liquor
The VCGLR regulates businesses focusing on the people, premises, products and promotions involved in supplying liquor to ensure the integrity of Victoria's liquor industries and to minimise harm.
Every situation is unique.
What best describes your situation in the Victorian liquor industry?
  • Restaurant / Cafe
  • Bar / Night club
  • Live music venue
  • Temporary or major event
  • Bottleshop
  • Sexually explicit entertainment venue
  • Liquor Accord Member
  • Liquor Wholesaler
  • Sporting and community club
  • Pub
  • BYO
  • Winery, Brewery or Distillery
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  • Apply for a new licence
  • Understand your liquor licence
  • Manage my licence
  • Education and training
  • Public holiday trading
  • Licensee resources
  • Forums and accords
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  • Understand your liquor licence
  • Manage my licence
  • Education and training
  • Public holiday trading
  • Licensee resources
  • Forums and accords
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  • Understand your liquor licence
  • Manage my licence
  • Education and training
  • Public holiday trading
  • Licensee resources
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  • Understand your liquor licence
  • Manage my licence
  • Education and training
  • Public holiday trading
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  • Understand your liquor licence
  • Manage my licence
  • Education and training
  • Public holiday trading
  • Licensee resources
  • Forums and accords
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  • Understand your liquor licence
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  • Education and training
  • Public holiday trading
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  • Manage my licence
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  • Understand your liquor licence
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  • Understand your liquor licence
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  • Education and training
  • Public holiday trading
  • Licensee resources
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  • Understand your liquor licence
  • Manage my licence
  • Public holiday trading
  • Forums and accords
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  • Apply for a new licence
  • Understand your liquor licence
  • Manage my licence
  • Education and training
  • Public holiday trading
  • Licensee resources
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A VCGLR Inspector completes paperwork during a compliance inspection of a licensed premises

The Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation (VCGLR) is responsible for regulating businesses focusing on the people, premises, products and promotions involved in supplying gambling and liquor.

A VCGLR Inspector, accompanied by a gambling venue employee, inspects an Electronic Gaming Machine (EGM)

Gaming venue operators have until 6 May 2016 to pay their 2014-15 supervision charges or penalties apply.

Daylight saving ends at 3am this Sunday (3 April 2016), which means clocks will be moved back to 2am.

Gambling and liquor licensees and other stakeholders are invited to VCGLR’s regional Knowledge Exchange event in Ararat on Wednesday 25 May 2016.

Returned Servicemen and women, carrying Australian National flags taking part in an ANZAC Day march

Monday 25 April 2016 is the anniversary of Australia and New Zealand’s military action in World War I. We honour the sacrifice, suffering and contribution of all Australians who have served and died in war, conflict, and peacekeeping operations.

A row of Electronic Gaming Machines, each with a chair in front of it

Venue operators must submit all unclaimed winnings to the State Revenue Office (SRO) by 31 May.

A pile of paperwork in manilla folders

Commercial licence holders and venue operators are required to undertake an annual review of their Responsible Gambling Code of Conduct (Code) and, where applicable, self-exclusion programs (SEPs) by 12 August 2016.

a picture of the Licensee Super Forum invitation

The first inner-city “Super Forum” brings together representatives from industry, regulators and local and state government to discuss current liquor trends and issues.

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A row of pokie machines with a chair in front of each machine

The Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) has unveiled the new $5 bank note which will be in circulation from September 2016. A new $10 note is planned for 2016/17.

Night time scene of people at a restaurant terrace area

The designated areas in Mornington and Mildura city centres and surrounds have been extended for a further 12 months.