Renewing and applying for licenses and certificates, including fees and charges.
Fees and charges are subject to change on 1 January each year.
Fees and charges
In accordance with sections 14 and 24 of the Racing and Wagering Western Australia Act 2003, RWWA directors and key employees must be issued a licence from the Gaming and Wagering Commission of Western Australia.
Lodgement guides for an application for a Bookmaker's Licence and completing the personal particulars form.
Lodgement guides and requirements for conducting telephone, internet or computer betting.
Lodgement guide to approve a new person or company in a body corporate holding a Bookmaker's Licence.
Lodgement guide for an application for a Bookmaker's Manager Licence.
Lodgement guide for an application for a Bookmaker's Employee Licence.
Application lodgement guide for requesting an event to be designated as a sporting event.
Designated sporting event
Offshore wagering operators are required to get approval to publish/use WA race fields. Further information and application requirements are obtained in the WA Race Fields Lodgement guide.
WA Race Fields
The department administers a rebate scheme, which is available to WA-based racing and gambling operations claiming GST payable on gross gambling margin.
The racing bets levy scheme is achieved through the Betting Control Act 1954 and the Racing Bets Levy Act 2009. Betting operators who engage in or conduct betting on Western Australian races are are required to lodge a monthly return and pay the associated levy.
How to lodge your Racing Bets Levy return
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