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Club gaming entitlements

    Gaming machine threshold increase with Local Impact Assessment - Clubs​

    A threshold increase application must be submitted with a Local Impact Assessment (LIA) unless the application is made together with a transfer application and the following applies:

    1.    Your club is situated in a Band 1 Local Government Area (LGA) and, if the application is approved, the total increase in gaming machine threshold for the past 12 months would be 20 or less; or

    2.    The transfer of entitlements is between clubs situated in the same local government area.

    If you are required to submit a Local Impact Assessment with your application for gaming machine threshold increase, use:

    If you are moving your club to a new premises and LIA is required use:

    If your club is (or will be) located in a New Development Area and a LIA is required use:

    Gaming machine threshold increase with transfer of entitlements - Clubs​

    If you are not required to submit a Local Impact Assessment, and you wish to increase gaming machine threshold for your club, use the following application forms.

    If you are transferring gaming machine entitlements ​use:

    If you transferring gaming machine entitlements between different premises of the same club within the same LGA use both:

     
    If you are moving your club to new premises in the same local government area use:

     

    Remember – If you wish to increase your Gaming Machine Threshold past 450 you will have to meet a number of additional requirements.​

    Transfer of entitlements - Clubs

    If you wish to transfer gaming machine entitlements and you are not required to apply for a gaming machine threshold increase, use the following application forms.

    If you are transferring gaming machine entitlements between clubs use:

    If you transferring gaming machine entitlements between different premises of the same club within the same LGA use:

    PLEASE NOTE: In the above forms, GMEs are referred to as poker machine entitlements (PMEs). Under the Gaming Machines Act 2001 No 127, they are referred to only as gaming machine entitlements.​