If you are a licence holder, you are required to renew your licence every seven years.
Your information is collected by Liquor & Gaming NSW (L&GNSW) to be used for the purpose of processing your application and may be disclosed to other Government agencies for this purpose.
Application cost $255*:
* Fee increases with CPI on 1 July each year.
Collect and scan the below list of documents to submit with your licence application:
Complete the two submission forms once you've collected and scanned all your relevant documentation.
You will need to renew your licence every seven years. L&GNSW will send a text and email notification to you when it's time.
A criminal history check is required for all Casino Special Employee applicants. This may require you to provide finger and palm prints. If you are employed by the casino, your employer will arrange this.
All criminal charges and guilty verdicts must be disclosed with your application. Findings of guilt do not automatically disqualify you from being issued with a licence but are handled on a risk assessment basis.
Your application will be submitted to your employer for their review, or to L&GNSW directly if you are a contractor. Your employer will contact you if they require further information and will lodge the application on your behalf with L&GNSW.
Before granting you a Casino Special Employee Licence, ILGA has to be satisfied that you are a suitable person to hold a licence. For that purpose, ILGA will make an assessment of your:
ILGA uses the information provided in the online application, probity form, the criminal history check, and other attached documents to assess your suitability.
You may be granted a Provisional Casino Employee Licence pending determination of your application.
If your information changes between your application being submitted and the application outcome you must notify ILGA immediately by completing the form: CA0040 Casino special employee - notify/update details form (PDF 698.5 KB).
Further information may be requested before granting your licence. Failure to provide information requested by the Authority may result in the refusal of your application.
Note: If you are employed directly by a casino, contact your employer if you have a question about your application.
If you are employed as a contractor at a casino, contact L&GNSW if you have a question about your application.
You will be notified via email of the outcome of your application.
A casino special employee must:
Licence holder must notify ILGA in writing within 14 days of:
Changes in your financial circumstances Notify ILGA as soon as possible of changes in your financial circumstances including:
Complete and submit: CA0040 Casino special employee - notify/update details form (PDF 698.5 KB)
A Casino Special Employee Licence is valid for seven years unless:
Speak to your employer if you do not receive an email notification 90 days before your licence expires.
There are three steps to renewing your licence: