When your organisation sells lottery tickets to the public for an extended period, it is called a Standard Lottery.
Each ticket must have the following information:
Section 103 and 108
1.1 Tickets are sold to persons who work or reside on the same premises, or to members or guests of a member of a body of persons (i.e. a club);
1.2 The price of every ticket is the same;
1.3 The sale of tickets and the declaration of prizes takes place within 8 days; and
1.4 The maximum retail value of each prize does not exceed $1000.
2.1 The price of every ticket is the same;
2.2 The lottery is conducted on the same day and on the same premises where tickets are sold; and
2.3 The total retail value of the prizes does not exceed $2000.
The conduct of minor fund raising activities which constitute gaming, betting or a lottery, is lawful without a permit provided that the following conditions are met.
The conduct of the following activities is permitted:
Funds raised by a standard lottery must be used for the active promotion, support or conduct of: sporting; social; political; literary; artistic; scientific; benevolent; charitable; or other like activity.
Funds must not be for the purpose of private gain or any commercial undertaking.
The department has forms and application kits relevant to gaming.
A permit may be issued to an organisation on the proviso that the purpose of raising funds is not for private gain or commercial undertaking.
Do not submit enquiries with this form.