Laws and policies administered by OLGR

The Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation (OLGR) administers the Acts, regulations, policies and rules listed on this page.

Acts and Regulations


  • Liquor Act 1992
    • Liquor Regulation 2002
    • Liquor (Approval of Adult Entertainment Code) Regulation 2002
  • Wine Industry Act 1994
    • Wine Industry Regulation 2009


  • Casino Control Act 1982
    - Breakwater Island Casino Agreement Act 1984
    - Brisbane Casino Agreement Act 1992
    - Cairns Casino Agreement Act 1993
    - Jupiters Casino Agreement Act 1983
    - Queen's Wharf Brisbane Act 2016
    • Casino Control Regulation 1999
  • Charitable and Non-Profit Gaming Act 1999
    • Charitable and Non-Profit Gaming Regulation 1999
  • Gaming Machine Act 1991
    • Gaming Machine Regulation 2002
  • Interactive Gambling (Player Protection) Act 1998
    • Interactive Gambling (Player Protection) Regulation 1998
  • Keno Act 1996
    • Keno Regulation 2007
  • Lotteries Act 1997
    • Lotteries Regulation 2007
  • Wagering Act 1998
    • Wagering Regulation 1999

Visit the Office of Queensland Parliamentary Counsel website to download copies of these Acts.

Gaming policy

The Policy direction for gambling in Queensland outlines the reasons and strategy for minimising gambling-related harm in Queensland.

Gaming rules

Gaming rules explain the rights and obligations of players and licensed gaming operators. These rules are lawful, binding and support associated gaming Acts and regulations.

The Attorney-General and Minister for Justice and Minister for the Prevention of Domestic and Family Violence approves the gaming rules and their notification on this website. Licensed gaming operators must make their rules available to players.

Current Queensland gaming rules are:

Contact us for historical versions of Queensland's gaming rules.

Read recent notices about new and amended gaming rules. Past notices (from before September 2022) can be found in the Queensland Government Gazette.