A list of publications put out by the department's service areas.
To make Western Australia a world class arts, cultural, sport and Aboriginal tourism destination.
The Gaming and Wagering Commission Act 1987 (the Act) provides for the issue of a Two-up permit to country race clubs and other organisations, which are located outside of a 100km radius of Crown Perth.
Local Government Operational Guidelines
Guidance on the issuing of video lottery terminal (‘VLT’) permits to sporting organisations/clubs, community/charitable organisations and local hotel based sporting/community associations.
Position statement on volunteers.
WA Appendix to the Gaming Machine National Standard 2016
An infographic representing results from the WA Audience Segmentation study.
An audience segmentation study was conducted in 2012 to analyse the data gathered from the the department’s Arts and Culture Monitor 2007-2011 surveys.
Information on the current economic situation for creative industries in Western Australia. Includes data from the Australian Bureau of Statistics Census 2016 and Labour Force Survey.
A strategic approach for the development of our industry.
Requirements of betting operators who use or publish WA race fields as part of their wagering operations.
In late 2016, consultants were engaged to undertake a review of the sector under governance of an independent reference group with expertise in writing sector development.
Barbagallo Raceway WA report released
Position on water safety
Guidance as to the legislative requirements relating to websites maintained by, or on behalf of the licensee.
For the year ended 31 August 2018.
For the year ended 30 June 2019.
The former Minister for Arts, The Hon. Peter Foss QC MLC, initiated the State Living Treasures Awards to honour those artists whose lifetime work has enhanced the artistic and cultural life of Western Australia.
This is the second time the awards have been presented, the first being in 1998.
The Western Australian State Living Treasures Awards were inaugurated in 1998 to honour senior West Australian artists who have made a lifelong contribution to their art form and their community.