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Current consultations

Feedback from the community and stakeholders plays an important role in helping us to form plans and legislation.

Our current community consultations:

The Casino Control Regulation 2009 is due to expire on 1 September 2019. As part of the NSW Government’s ongoing commitment to the effective regulation of casinos, we propose that a new Regulation is made.

The proposed new Casino Control Regulation 2019 aims to effectively support the Casino Control Act 1992 through rigorous, transparent and risk-based regulatory practices.

The proposed Regulation also:

  • reflects relevant amendments made to the Liquor Act 2007 and Liquor Regulation 2018 since the expiring Regulation came into effect
  • streamlines the provisions of the expiring Regulation by reducing redundant clauses and updating the harm minimisation requirements.

Before the proposed Regulation can be made law, a formal public consultation process must take place in line with the Subordinate Legislation Act 1989.

We welcome your feedback, which will be considered by Liquor & Gaming NSW before the proposed Regulation is finalised.

How to have your say

Please read the Regulatory Impact Statement (PDF 842.9 KB) which explains the effects of the proposed Regulation and its costs and benefits. The proposed Regulation (PDF 525.6 KB) itself is also available.

Submit your feedback by email cc.regulation@liquorandgaming.nsw.gov.au or post:
Casino Control Regulation 2019
Liquor & Gaming NSW
GPO Box 7060
SYDNEY NSW 2001

All feedback must be received by 11:59pm Wednesday 17 July 2019.

All submissions will be published on our website, unless anonymity has been requested.

The Gaming Machines Regulation 2010 is due to expire on 1 September 2019. As part of the NSW Government’s ongoing commitment to effective regulation of gaming machines, we propose that a new Regulation is made.

The proposed new Gaming Machine Regulation 2019 aims to provide the necessary legislative and administrative framework for the operation of the Gaming Machines Act 2001.

The changes in the proposed Regulation focus on:

  • updating the harm minimisation requirements that apply to hotels and clubs that operate gaming machines
  • removing redundant and unnecessary provisions
  • introducing a fee unit structure to align with the Liquor Regulation 2018.

Before the proposed Regulation can be made law, a formal public consultation process must take place in line with the Subordinate Legislation Act 1989.

We welcome your feedback, which will be considered by Liquor & Gaming NSW before the proposed Regulation is finalised.

How to have your say

Please read the Regulatory Impact Statement (PDF 811.5 KB) which explains the effects of the proposed Regulation and its costs and benefits. The proposed Regulation (PDF 459.4 KB) itself is also available.

Submit your feedback by email gm.regulation@liquorandgaming.nsw.gov.au or post:
Gaming Machines Regulation 2019
Liquor & Gaming NSW
GPO Box 7060
SYDNEY NSW 2001

All feedback must be received by 11:59pm Wednesday 17 July 2019.

All submissions will be published on our website, unless anonymity has been requested.

View past community consultations.