We are responsible for regulating and maintaining the
integrity of lawful racing, gambling and liquor activities for Western
Australians to participate in.
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A consultation on options to strengthen the Banned Drinkers Register (BDR) has been launched after an independent evaluation of the scheme’s trial in the Pilbara.
Proposed new legislation will exclude convicted offenders and perpetrators of antisocial behaviour in designated Protected Entertainment Precincts from entering those areas.
Western Australia’s hospitality and bar scene will receive a major boost thanks to the State Government’s one-off extended trading permits policy for the upcoming 2022 FIFA World Cup football (soccer) games.
Licensees are advised that the permitted trading hours on Thursday 22 September 2022 will be the same as any other Thursday.
Deadline for industry submissions extended until 1 September 2022.
Racing and Gaming Minister Dr Tony Buti has appointed 2 new members to the Gaming and Wagering Commission (GWC), bringing the total number of appointees this year to 4.
Activating Alfresco aids COVID recovery.
Western Australia's independent casino regulator — the Gaming and Wagering Commission — and the Racing and Gaming Minister have granted the necessary approvals to facilitate the acquisition of Crown Resorts by Blackstone Group.
The Goldfields Banned Drinkers Register (BDR) trial is now in full effect, meaning all customers require approved photo identification to buy takeaway alcohol.
The State Government has announced almost $67 million for a new COVID-19 Business Assistance Package for businesses adversely affected by increasing cases and the necessary implementation of Level 1 public health and social measures.
The State Government has introduced new regulations to strengthen requirements around the home delivery of liquor to help minimise alcohol-related harm.
Issued under the Liquor Control Act 1988 sections 31 (4) and (7) and 60 by the Director of Liquor Licensing.
Renewing and applying for liquor licenses, permits, conditions including fees and charges.
Certain applications are required to be advertised for a specified period, allowing for the public to obtain more details about the application or the objection process.
Licence types, trading hours, approved managers, restrictions and information for licensees.
Help for individuals to apply to become an approved manager, renew or replace your card.
Policies to ensure responsible regulation of the hospitality industry.
The commission reviews decisions and complaints in accordance with the Liquor Control Act.
Responsible service of alcohol, staff training and registered training organisations.
Some restrictions apply in areas of Western Australia.
Permits, guides and information for gaming activities in Western Australia.
Renewing and applying for licences, permits, conditions including fees and charges.
Betting operators who engage in or conduct betting on Western Australian races are authorised to publish/use Western Australian race fields.
Casino application forms
The RPAT is an impartial judicial forum for the racing industry.
Administering the law relating to gaming and wagering.
Ensuring that community gaming stakeholders and the industry meet their regulatory obligations.
Relevant legislation for the gaming and wagering industry.
Addressing the social and economic issues that result from problem gambling in WA.
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