Hurstville R.S.L Memorial Club Ltd, Hurstville, LIQC300227790
Simon John Mikkelsen
Town/suburb where licensed premises located
Georges River Council
Gaming machine threshold when application lodged
Increase applied for
Application (PDF, 186KB)
LIA (PDF, 0.97MB)
GMT increase approved
On 13 April 2017 a delegate of the Independent Liquor and Gaming Authority (Authority) approved the application under section 34 of the Gaming Machines Act 2001 (Act) for a gaming machine threshold increase of eight (from 67 to 75) for Hurstville R.S.L. Memorial Club Ltd, LIQC300227790.
The Authority has approved under section 36 of the Act the associated Local Impact Assessment (LIA), subject to the following conditions:
The gaming machine entitlement transferred to the Club as a result of the approval of this gaming machine threshold increase application must be transferred from clubs located in Band 2 or Band 3 metropolitan Local Government Area (LGA).
By 31 July 2017, the Club must provide evidence to the Independent Liquor & Gaming Authority that it has made a payment of $43,992, as LIA contributions, to the following organisations:
$4,888 to Kogarah Community Services – the funding will be used for a website upgrade and marketing development.
$4,888 to Australian Kookaburra Kids Foundation, Gymea – the funding will be used to help eight children from the local area, who live in families affected by mental illness, to attend a respite and education camp.
$4,888 to N.E.E.D.S, Carlton – the funding will be used for the purchase of a Community Van which will be used to provide food and assistance to those in need.
$4,888 to St George Cancer Support Group Inc, Kogarah – the funding will be used to expand their cancer related activities, including weekly meetings and activities, and contact visits.
$4,888 to The St. George Children with Disabilities Fund, Sans Souci – the funding will be used for the music therapy program and provision of modified bikes.
$4,888 to St George Hospital and Community Health Service, Kogarah – the funding will be used towards equipping operating theatres with Wireless Gamma Probes, which are surgical instruments used for breast cancer surgery.
$4,888 to St Mark's Anglican Church, South Hurstville – the funding will be used towards a new footpath from the street to St Mark's preschool, as well as towards a new disabled access to St Mark's church.
$4,888 to 3 Bridges Community, Carss Park – the funding will be used towards a trip to the Fargo Film festival in the USA, where a film created by participants of 3 Bridges Community won an international award.
$4,888 to RSL DefenceCare, Sydney – the funding will be used towards financial support to veterans and their families.
The LIA contributions must be additional to any contributions provided by the Club under the ClubGRANTS community support.
The Club must maintain the level of ClubGRANTS community support provided in the tax year ending 31 August 2016, proportional to gaming machine profits of the Club, in each club tax year during which the LIA contributions are made.