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This page outlines the functions of compliance.
An organisation hosting a raffle, fundraising event or bingo game must be registered as a community or charitable organisation.
A forum is a meeting of liquor and gambling industry representatives and interested community members who meet regularly.
Information related to Victorian liquor hearings and decisions.
Select the appropriate section below to obtain the correct form. It is important that you read the information and complete all required sections before you lodge your application. For fee amounts, see Application fees and timing.
Recently the Victorian Parliament passed legislation which amends the Liquor Control Reform Act 1998. These changes include new restrictions regarding the delivery of liquor to a minor.
This pages provides gambling and liquor rules and regulations for under 18s in Victoria.
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.
Each year gambling and liquor fees, fines and penalties increase.
Working in partnership with VicRoads and Victoria Police, inspectors from the Victorian Commission for Gambling and Liquor Regulation (VCGLR) will be visiting venues throughout Melbourne CBD to ensure licensees are compliant when it comes to underage patrons.