The Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation (OLGR) is tasked with regulating the gambling industry in Queensland and ensuring the community benefits from gambling.
Information and forms for new licence applications (individual, hotels and clubs, service contractors and suppliers), renewing an exisitng licence and making changes to licensed venues. Guidelines for conducting competitions and raffles, poker tournaments and funny money nights and sports and race wagering.
There are a range of matters to consider when surrendering a gaming machine licence or disposing of electronic gaming machines (EGMs).
The EMG reallocation scheme allows for the trade of gaming machines (authorities) that become available in the market
A list of OLGR fees and charges relating to gaming licencing and regulation.
All gaming machine licence holders are required to have a compliance program in place that meets minimum standards.
Information on latest changes affecting the Gaming Machine Act 1991 and legislation governing wagering and casinos in Queensland.
Information about submitting gaming equipment and systems to the Department of Justice and Attorney-General (DJAG) for evaluation.
The Queensland Government is committed to achieving a balance between the social and economic benefits and costs of gambling.
Gaming rules provide the means and standards by which the various forms of lawful gambling are conducted in Queensland.
ComplaintsInformation on how to deal with a situation when the gaming provider is not meeting their legislative obligations.
OLGR regularly publishes electronic gaming machine (EGM) statistics for clubs and hotels in geographical areas throughout Queensland.
Find out about gaming related research, the history of gaming in Queensland and meet the Commissioner for Liquor and Gaming.
These are the major licence holders under the various gaming legislation administered by OLGR.
Last reviewed 22 August 2014