If you are being employed in a Queensland casino as a manager or supervisor of casino staff you will require a casino key employee licence.
Note: If you are being employed as a dealer, cashier, security officer, maintenance worker or administration officer you will need a casino employee licence.
A licence defines the need to obtain recognition / certification and registration to undertake a certain business activity.
You must be 18 years or older.
You must have a letter from the casino operator confirming your employment.
This licence remains in effect until cancelled, surrendered, expired (if not used for 12 months) or death.
All fees are indexed annually. Annual fees are payable by 31 July each year.
The OLGR credit card payment authority form can be used for credit card payments of all OLGR fees.
OLGR will not accept credit card details by fax or email, including PDF attachments. If an email is received with credit card details, it will be deleted immediately and your form will not be processed. This is in accordance with the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard.
Application fee if applicant holds a casino employee licence
Application fee if applicant does not hold casino employee licence
Replacement fee for casino employee licence
The casino that is employing you will submit a completed Form 8: Application for a casino key employee licence to the Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation (Note: This form will be part of your application package).
Your employer will also submit the following documents to OLGR with your application:
certificate of training experience
other documents as requested.
This licence cannot be transferred.
You are required to undergo fingerprinting and identification photographs will be taken. Armed service discharge or immigration certificate may also be needed.
Department of Justice and Attorney-General
Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation
Casino Control Act 1982 (Queensland)
Casino Control Regulation 1999 (Queensland)
The information contained on the Australian Business Licence and Information Service
(ABLIS) web site, or via packages or other sources is intended for general guidance
To the full extent permitted by law, the Federal, State, Territory and Local Governments
make no representations or warranties (expressed or implied) in relation to the
information, including its accuracy, currency or completeness.
The business information provided does not constitute professional or legal advice,
nor is the use of any third party resource an endorsement of the information contained,
the associated organisation, product or service. It is recommended that you obtain
appropriate professional and /or independent legal advice to ensure that the material
provided here is relevant to your particular circumstances.
To the full extent permitted by law the Federal, State, Territory and Local Governments,
their employees and agents do not accept any liability for any reason, including
without limitation, liability in negligence, to any person for the general information
which is provided herein, or in respect of anything, including the consequences
of anything done, or not done, by any such person in whole or partial reliance upon