Gambling legislation provides a range of regulatory decisions by the Minister. These are highlighted in the regulatory documents below.
- On 25 November 1999, Adelaide Casino was granted the casino licence by the Governor. Under section 7 of the Casino Act 1997, there is not to be more than one casino licence in force at the same time.
- Adelaide Casino conducts its operations pursuant to the Approved Licensing Agreement required under section 16 of the Casino Act 1997. The Approved Licensing Agreement is currently in force.
- View the Approved Licensing Agreement (PDF 1.22Mb)
- Adelaide Casino makes payments to the South Australian Government pursuant to the Casino Duty Agreement required under section 17 of the Casino Act 1997. The Casino Duty Agreement is currently in force.
- View the Casino Duty Agreement (PDF 951Kb)
- Exemption for the storage of Casino gaming machines off-site
- Exemption for Holders of a Gaming Machine Service Licence and Approved Gaming Machine Technicians clearly allow for gaming machine service licence holders and approved gaming machine technicians to have temporary possession of approved gaming machines to service or repair the machines, or immediately before installation, at premises other than licensed premises
- Exemption under section 76A of the Gaming Machines Act coincides with the removal of the role of the State Procurement Board in the purchase and sale of gaming machines on 1 July 2011, the Minister for Gambling varied existing exemptions that facilitate financing arrangements. The existing exemptions under Regulation 10 of the Gaming Machines Regulations were brought under section 76A of the Gaming Machines Act and were varied by removing references to the State Supply Board and including the holder of the special club licence
- Notice of Exemption by the Minister for Gambling Training grants exemptions from licensing for specified trainers that undertake training in the operation of gaming machines and responsible gambling
- Notice of Exemption by the Minister for Gambling—Ocean Going Passenger Vessels entering South Australian State Waters provides exemption from the need to have a gaming machine licence for ocean going passenger vessels with gaming machines entering South Australian waters.
- An exemption from Section 77(1) of the Gaming Machines Act 1992 has been granted to remove unnecessary red tape that would result if gaming machine dealers were required to be an intermediary where there is:
- the transfer of all gaming machines
- the transfer of the gaming machine licence
- the transfer of all gaming machine entitlements.
The Minister has issued the following directions under the Authorised Betting Operations Act 2000:
- Direction to the Liquor and Gambling Commissioner under sections 55(4) and 57(3) of the Act to meet the Government's obligations to the SA TAB under the Approved Licensing Agreement.
SA TAB conducts its operations pursuant to the Approved Licensing Agreement required under section 12 of the Authorised Betting Operations Act 2000. The following Approved Licensing Agreement documents are currently in force:
- the initial Approved Licensing Agreement and First Amending Agreement
- the Second Amending Agreement
- the Third Amending Agreeement
SA TAB makes payments to the South Australian Government pursuant to the Duty Agreement required under section 14 of the Authorised Betting Operations Act 2000. The following Duty Agreement documents are currently in force:
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