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Lakeside Golf Club, Camden - LIQC330010007


​Lakeside Golf Club

Town/suburb where licensed premises located

​Catherine Field


​Camden City Council

LGA Band


LIA Class


​Gaming machine threshold when application lodged


​Increase applied for



Application (PDF, 200KB)


​LIA (PDF, 3.7MB)

​Submissions close




​Determination Date


GMT increase approved



The Independent Liquor and Gaming Authority (ILGA Board), has approved the application under section 34 of the Gaming Machines Act 2001 (Act), for a gaming machine threshold increase of 20 (from 57 to 77) for the Lakeside Golf Club, Camden LIQC330010007.

The ILGA Board has approved under section 36 of the Act, the associated Local Impact Assessment (LIA), subject to the following conditions:

1. By 30 September 2016 the Club must provide evidence to the ILGA Board that it has made a payment of $100,000 as LIA contributions, to the following organisations:

  • $10,000 to Camden and Districts Netball Association – intended to subsidise registration costs.

  • $15,000 to Cam​​pbelltown District Netball Association – intended for Family Discount scheme which provides a reduction in registration fees for more than one family member who participates.

  • $39,000 to Western Suburbs District Junior Rugby League – intended for administration and operating costs.

  • $4,000 to Softball Campbelltown – intended to subsidise registration and insurance costs as well as uniform and equipment subsidies.

  • $32,000 to Southern Districts Tennis Association – purpose is to provide funds for 10 junior tennis scholarships to aspiring players as well as contribute to operating costs.​​

2. That LIA Contributions must be additional to any contributions provided by the Club under the ClubGRANTS community support.

3. The Club must maintain the level of ClubGRANTS community support provided in the tax year ending 31 August 2015, proportional to gaming machine profits of the Club, in each tax year during which the LIA Contributions are made.

The increase must be utilised within a 2 year period. Any unused portion will lapse at the end of that 2 year period.​