Below are the state/territory level regulators for each Australian state and territory.
Victoria's independent gambling authority is the Victorian Commission for Liquor and Gambling Regulation. It is responsible for licensing and enforcing compliance. Another regulatory body in Victoria is the Office of Liquor, Gaming, and Racing, a Department of Justice and Regulation division. It is responsible for legislation, policy, and major licensing.
New South Wales
Liquor and Gaming New South Wales holds the responsibility of licensing, policy, and compliance in New South Wales. Independent Liquor and Gaming Authority is responsible for various liquor, gaming machines, registered clubs, and casino regulatory functions.
The Office of Regulatory Policy is responsible for legislative and policy development for gaming, fair trading, and liquor regulation. The Queensland Office of Liquor and Gaming Regulation regulates licensing and enforces compliance.
Australian Capital Territory
The Gambling and Racing Commission is within the Ministry of Regulatory Services and operates as the independent gambling authority in the Australian Capital Territory.
The regulatory authority is Consumer and Business Services, responsible for licensing and policy regarding casinos, betting, lotteries, and gaming machines.
The independent gambling regulating authority in Tasmania is the Tasmanian Liquor and Gaming Commission, responsible for license provision and enforcing compliance.
The regulating authority in this state is the Western Australian Department of Racing, Liquor, and Gaming. It is responsible for licensing, compliance, and policy matters.
The NTRC is one of the regulatory bodies in the Northern Territory, primarily responsible for compliance matters. Licensing NT is responsible for all gambling licensing. Licensing NT and NTRC are both within the Attorney General and Justice Department.
According to the Australian constitution, the Federal government can govern and regulate money, trade, and telecommunications, among the territories and states.
The Federal government uses the powers to enact legislation regulating gambling, counter-terrorism, and anti-money laundering financing. The legislation covering such powers includes the Anti-money Laundering and Counter-Terrorism Financing Act 2006, Interactive Gambling Act 2001, and Financial Transaction Reports Act 1988.