Responsible Gambling Awareness Week (RGAW) is an annual event that encourages gamblers to stay within their limits and highlights the support available to people who feel gambling may have become a problem for them or someone they know.
This year, gamblers are being asked 'How does your gambling stack up?'. We encourage people who gamble to complete Gambling Help Queensland's online questionnaire to assess the risk level of their gambling.
The Gambling Help Web page is available 24/7 to find information and take the first steps to get help.
The safety and well-being of gambling customers and/or their families and friends are placed at risk; and or
Negative impacts extend to the broader community.
Personal- stress, depression and anxiety, poor health, suicide
Work and Study- job loss, absenteeism, poor performance
Financial- financial hardships, debts, asset losses, bankruptcy
Legal- theft, fraud, scams
Interpersonal- domestic violence, relationship breakdown, family neglect
Community Services- pressure on charities and public purses.
Responsible gambling occurs in a regulated environment where the potential for harm associated with gambling is minimised and people make informed decisions about their participation in gambling.
Responsible gambling occurs as a result of the collective actions and shared ownership by individuals, communities, the gambling industry and the Government to achieve outcomes that are socially responsible and responsive to community concerns.
Whilst the majority of people gamble responsibly, a small percentage of people may experience difficulties associated with their gaming behaviours.
The City Golf Club has a responsibility to ensure that the Gaming Act 1991, Liquor Act 1992 and the Queensland Responsible Gambling Code of Practice are strictly adhered to in the provision of gambling products and services.
The City Golf Club has implemented strategies to minimise the potential harm associated with gambling.
Click here to view The City Golf Club's Responsible Service of Gaming Initiatives House Policy.
The City Golf Club offers exclusions as an option to assist members and patrons who think that they may have a problem with gambling to control their gambling habits. The City Golf Club will also provide a list of local community support agencies to members or patrons who request self-exclusion from the Club.
For more information on our Exclusions Program including Self Exclusion please contact our Operations Manager on 4636 9000.
For further information please contact the Operations Manager on 46 369 000.
The City Golf Club is committed to minimising harm associated with gambling on its employees, members, patrons and the local community.
Click here to read the Responsible Code Of Practice
“This information is not for persons under the age of 18”
“At no time can anyone under the age of 18 enter the gaming room”