Under the Gaming Control Act 1993, The Community Support Levy funds major studies into gambling.
Social and Economic Impact Studies have been provided by consultants for the Department of Treasury and Finance.
Tasmanian research compliments the authoritative Productivity Commission reports into gambling published 1999 and 2010. These and other key reports are available through the links below.
Social and Economic Impact Studies of Gambling in Tasmania
The Gaming Control Act 1993 requires that an independent review of the social and economic impact of gambling in Tasmania is conducted every three years. The studies are funded through the Community Support Levy.
All reports are available from the Department of Treasury and Finance.
The Gambling Support Program commissions locally-focussed research on specific subjects. A list of research reports is provided at Tasmanian Research.
Australian Government Productivity Commision Reports
Tasmanian Parliamentary Reports
- Joint Select Committee on Future Gaming Markets - Final Report (September 2017)
- Legislative Council Select Committee on Impacts of Gaming Machines - December 2002
Australian Gambling Statistics
Australian Gambling Statistics (AGS) is a comprehensive set of statistics related to gambling in Australia, covering the entire range of legalised Australian gambling products. The publication has been produced since 1984, and is compiled annually by the Queensland Government Statistician's Office in co-operation with all Australian state and territory governments.