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Racing Queensland, as the approved control body under the Racing Act 2002, is responsible for licensing participants in the thoroughbred, harness and greyhound racing industry. including:


  • New licenses via the licensing committee
  • All license renewals
  • License fees
  • Colours
  • Registration of Racehorses
  • Registration of Syndicates
  • Registration of Ownership


Racing Queensland has a written licensing policy which is available on the policies page.


Essentially, any person wishing to participate as a licensed person must possess a requisite level of integrity and competence in their occupation to be granted a licence by Racing Queensland. Information on the licensing process for each licence is set out in the application forms.


In light of the Queensland Responsible Gaming Code of Practice and the Wagering Act 1998, a person under the age of eighteen shall not be eligible to be granted a bookmaker's clerk's license.


Any person dissatisfied with Racing Queensland's decision to refuse or revoke a licence may appeal the decision to the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal (QCAT). Information relating to the operation of QCAT may be accessed at Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal (QCAT). Any appeal must be lodged within 14 days of receipt of the decision of Racing Queensland. Form 23 - Application to review a decision

For all licensing enquiries please contact:


Thoroughbred:  (07) 3869 9751




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