Publication and resources
Learn about the cloud computing regulatory framework for gaming operators in Queensland before submitting an application to use cloud technology in a licensed venue.
This document is provided as a guide on how to lodge a petition objection to a liquor licensing application.
To assist Liquor Accords in setting up arrangements, the Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation (OLGR) provides this amended Pro-forma Liquor Accord Arrangement approved by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission.
The Pro-forma Liquor Accord Arrangement (PLAA) is a template document that local liquor accord bodies are encouraged to adopt. The purpose of the PLAA is to allow licensed venues in local communities to implement strategies that help...
Register your PLAA with OLGR to ensure protection under the Competition and Consumer Act 2010 . These arrangements only apply to liquor accords that feature price and supply controls based on those included in the PLAA Determination...
This document has been designed as a ready-made safety audit model for use by liquor licensees who decide to conduct their own review of safety in and around their venue. It will help a licensee to establish a risk profile of the...
The Code is designed to ensure that alcohol advertising will be conducted in an appropriate manner.
This guide has been designed to assist liquor licensees to adopt best practice standards for CCTV systems.
This form is provided to assist in ensuring complaints submitted to the Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation (OLGR) can be properly investigated.
This document is provided to ensure that noise complaints submitted to the Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation (OLGR) contain relevant information for investigation.
This is a guideline on the transfer of gaming machine entitlements between club licensees.
This is a guideline about compliance programs for gaming licensees. It provides information on how a licensee can develop a compliance program that meets minimum standards.
This guideline serves to clarify the application of section 341A of the Gaming Machine Act 1991 and relates to the restriction on membership of management, committee or board.
This disclosure table names the approved exemptions to Section 341A of the Gaming Machine Act 1991: Restrictions on membership of management committee or board. This should be read in conjunction with Gaming Guideline Section 341A.
This guideline's primary purpose is to briefly describe the accounting Forms and procedures followed by gaming licensees and to provide the approved accountants with specific guidelines by which to complete the Auditors Report.
This guide has been developed to help event managers through the planning process.
This document explains the 'Think the Drink' program developed by the Goondiwindi Liquor Accord.
This guideline helps licensees to understand whether all or part of a licensed premises is ‘high risk’ under Part 4 Division 9 of the [Liquor Act 1992] (https://www.legislation.qld.gov.au/LEGISLTN/CURRENT/L/LiquorA92.pdf).
Full list of fees related to Queensland liquor and wine licences FROM 1 July 2019. DO NOT EMAIL or FAX credit card details to OLGR. Your payment will not be accepted. Please see form for lodgement and payment details.
Full list of fees related to Queensland gaming licences as at 1 July 2019. Includes licensing fees related to machine gaming, charitable and non-profit gaming, wagering, lotteries, Keno and casinos. DO NOT EMAIL or FAX credit card...
Sample site plan. Use this as an example of the type of site plan you will need to submit for applications to temporarily change (increase/decrease) the size of your licensed area.
This guideline is applicable to a club that is the holder of, or an applicant for, a gaming machine licence under the Gaming Machine Act 1991 and which intends to enter into a management agreement as defined by the Act or alter an...
'Eligible associations' conducting small regional shows generally no longer have to apply for a community liquor permit to sell alcohol at a fundraising event.
Two-up can be played and conducted on Anzac Day (and other designated days), within certain provisions. This document provides details of conducting two-up and handling monies wagered and collected for two-up.
This PPT presentation explains the privacy obligations of employees of an ID scanning regulated premises. This document and the related notes ID Scanning - Privacy responsibilities for licensed venue staff: Information notes’ (PDF)...
Information notes to be used in conjunction with the ID scanning privacy responsibilities for licensed venue staff sample presentation (PPT).
Local councils can use this guide when making comment on licence applications under the Liquor Act 1992. The Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation (OLGR) seeks comment from the relevant local government authority (council) on a range of...
Learn how games of Jag the Joker, or Jokers Wild, must meet the requirements of the Charitable and Non-Profit Gaming Act 1999.
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