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Commercial raffle application process and requirements

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If you intend to conduct a raffle, in whole or in part, on behalf of a declared or charitable organisation on a commercial basis, you need to hold a Commercial raffle organiser’s licence. This page outlines the process.

In order to apply for a Commercial raffle organiser's licence, you will need to download and complete the Commercial raffle organiser's licence application form (sole trader) (PDF, 542KB). For information about the application fee, see Gambling fees and fines.

Raffle returns

Commercial raffle organisers must submit and complete the Statement of return for conduct of a raffle (PDF, 277KB) to the Victorian Commission of Gambling and Liquor Regulation (VCGLR) within three months of the draw date of each raffle.

If you have any questions about the Commercial raffle organiser licence, see Raffle frequently asked questions. There are also specific directions determined by the VCGLR, which are available, see VCGLR directions and guidelines.

Note: It is recommended that before starting to complete an application to contact us.

Application forms

For a list of commercial raffle organiser application forms, see Licence application kits.

Community and charitable gaming

If you intend to run a raffle as community and charitable gaming, see Application process and requirements - community and charitable gaming.

Current list of Commercial raffle organisers

Below is a list of Commercial raffle organiser's licence holders:

Name Address Date issued Expiry date
Apple Marketing Group Pty Ltd The Tower Australia Fair Shopping Centre Level 12, 42 Marine Parade Southport QLD 4215 26/11/2013 25/11/2023
Clements Group Pty Ltd Suit 2, 200 Toorak Road South Yarra VIC 3141 25/08/2014 24/08/2024
Communication Direct Pty Ltd Level 3, 691 Burke Road Camberwell VIC 3124 6/5/2015 5/5/2025
Community Link (SA) Pty Ltd 266 Port Road Hindmarsh SA 5007 9/12/2013 8/12/2023
Epilepsy Association of South Australia and the Northern Territory Inc 266 Port Road Hindmarsh SA 5007 4/12/2015 3/12/2025
4Mile Pty Ltd Level 5, 241 Commonwealth Street, Surry Hills, NSW 2010 20/07/2015 19/07/2025
Insight Holdings Consolidated Pty Ltd 13 Junction Road Summer Hill NSW 2130 27/9/2011 26/9/2021
Lighthouse Group Pty Ltd, trading as RaffleLink 20 Larwood Street Upper Mount Gravatt QLD 4122 15/4/2014 14/4/2024
Loftus Vision Pty Ltd 21/33 James Street Burleigh Heads QLD 4220 7/8/2015 6/8/2025
S.O. Asher Consultants Pty Ltd Pilot Partners Level 5, 175 Eagle Street Brisbane QLD 4000 9/4/2013 8/4/2023

Download and complete the Commercial raffle organiser's licence application form (sole trader) (PDF, 514KB)

Page last modified 
14 February 2017