Gaming machines in clubs and pubs

Who can apply for gaming machines

You can apply for a gaming machine licence if you are any of the following:

  • a club, public hotel or tavern liquor licence holder 
  • a transferee of an approved liquor licence 
  • an applicant for a relevant liquor licence. 

You can apply for a liquor licence and a gaming machine licence at the same time. 

You can also apply for a licence to increase the number of gaming machines you have up to a limit.

If you hold a gaming machine licence you must do all of the following: 

Premises

Your premises must be covered by your liquor licence. If you want to make alterations to your premises for the gaming machines you must apply for a material alteration under the Liquor Act.

Read about making changes to licensed premises.

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Last updated: 14 March 2016

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