Registered clubs pay tax on gaming machine profits in excess of $1 million. Clubs that make less than $1 million per year from gaming machines do not pay tax.
The gaming machine tax is calculated on metered profit, using the data collected on the Centralised Monitoring System (CMS) from each gaming machine in NSW.
Find out more about
tax rates, adjustments, payments, assessments and the tax deferral scheme.
The ClubGRANTS scheme was established in 1998 to ensure that larger registered clubs in NSW contribute to the provision of front-line services to their local communities; and to ensure that the disadvantaged in the community are better positioned to benefit from the substantial contributions made by those clubs. ClubGRANTS funding for community projects is available under three separate grants programs
Clubs can find out more about the ClubGRANTS scheme to receive a gaming machine tax rebate for expenditure on approved projects and activities under Category 1 and Category 2.
ClubGRANTS (Category 1 and 2) - tax deductions
ClubGRANTS Category 3 fund