Gaming-related licence fees in New South Wales can now be paid, with payments due by 20 March 2020.

Licence fees will now increase annually in-line with inflation and the payment due date has been extended to the third week in March each year.

A spokesperson for Liquor and Gaming NSW has told TheShout: “The Gaming Related Licence fees that are due on 20 March are for Gaming Machine Technicians, Sellers, Dealers and Testers only.”

Licensees should now have received fee notices, which were emailed on 20 February, if you have a gaming-related licence and haven’t received your email fee notice, you should email your name, licence number and email address to

Liquor and Gaming NSW (L&GNSW) said it is now easy to pay your fees online by credit card or with BPAY, and reminded licensees that if you don’t pay your annual fee you risk your gaming-related licence being cancelled.

In terms of key dates for the licence fees L&GNSW said fee notices were emailed on February 20, with a payment due date of 20 March. The last day to pay the fee before the licence is cancelled is 15 April and the last day to apply for licence reinstatement and pay the fee is 15 June.

The regulator said any venues affected by bushfires and in need of more assistance should visit the Liquor and Gaming NSW website, or contact them on 1300 024 720.


Andy Young

Andy joined Intermedia as Editor of The Shout in 2015, writing news on a daily basis and also writing features for National Liquor News. Now Managing Editor of both The Shout and Bars and Clubs.

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