Racing applications

Renewing and applying for licenses and certificates, including fees and charges.

Fees and charges

Fees and charges are subject to change on 1 January each year.

Fees and charges

Racing and Wagering WA

In accordance with sections 14 and 24 of the Racing and Wagering Western Australia Act 2003, RWWA directors and key employees must be issued a licence from the Gaming and Wagering Commission of Western Australia.

Application for Racing and Wagering Western Australia - director and key employees

Personal particulars

The personal particular form assesses the character, honesty and integrity of any person who is to be associated with a bookmakers’  or bookmaker's manager licence.

Information and download personal particulars form

Bookmakers Licence

Lodgement guides for an application for a Bookmaker's Licence.

Bookmaker's Licence  Bookmaker's Manager Licence  Bookmaker's Employee Licence  Person in a position of authority

Telephone and internet betting

Lodgement guides and requirements for conducting telephone or internet betting at sports or racing events.

Telephone betting Internet betting Designated sporting event

Computerised betting system

Lodgement guide for conducting a computerised betting system.

Computerised betting

Publish or use WA Race Fields

Lodgement guide to obtaining approval to publish/use WA Race Fields.

WA Race Fields

GST rebate

The department administers a rebate scheme, which is available to WA-based racing and gambling operations claiming GST payable on gross gambling margin.

GST rebate

Racing Bets Levy

The racing bets levy scheme is achieved through the Betting Control Act 1954 and the Racing Bets Levy Act 2009. Betting operators who engage in or conduct betting on Western Australian races are authorised to publish/use Western Australian race fields.

How to lodge your Racing Bets Levy

Page reviewed 17 September 2019