Bookmaker's Permit - Northern Territory

Service summary

Persons intending to act as a bookmaker on NT racecourses must obtain a Bookmaker's Permit.

Interstate bookmakers can apply under the Mutual Recognition Act.

Service type


A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.

Eligibility requirements

Applicants must demonstrate financial security. All key employees must be licensed.


Annual to 30 June.


$132 (115 Revenue Units)
in 2017/18 a revenue unit is equivalent to $1.15

Additional information

Bank guarantee, current financial statements, criminal history check.

Administering agency

Racing Commission

Act(s) name

Racing & Betting Act 1983 (Northern Territory)

Contact details

Manager Racing

Operating address:
Level 3, NAB House
71 Smith Street
Darwin NT 0800
Mailing address:
GPO Box 1154
Darwin NT 0801






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