Overview of the Social and Economic Impact Study of Gambling in Tasmania

The fourth Social and Economic Impact Study (SEIS) of Gambling in Tasmania is taking place in 2017.

A consortium comprising ACIL Allen Consulting, Deakin University, Central Queensland University and the Social Research Centre has been engaged by the Tasmanian Department of Treasury and Finance (‘the Department’) to carry out the SEIS.

A SEIS is required to take place every three years under the Gaming Control Act 1993. The first SEIS was completed in 2008, with subsequent studies in 2011 and 2014.

A public report of SEIS findings will be released on the Department’s website in 2018.

Public submission process 

You are invited to make a public submission on any aspect of the social and economic impacts of gambling in Tasmania.

An issues paper has been developed for the public submission process.

Please download the SEIS issues paper available here.

The issues paper includes background on the SEIS, an overview of the Tasmanian gambling industry, and discussion of the benefits and harms of gambling. The issues paper also provides a list of questions to guide submissions.

If you wish to make a public submission please email your submission to ACIL Allen Consulting by the 20th of September 2017. The contact details are as follows:




Tasmanian Gambling Study
ACIL Allen Consulting
Level 9, 60 Collins Street
Melbourne VIC 3000


(03) 9654 6363

All submissions will be published on the Department of Treasury and Finance website unless specifically requested otherwise.

If you have any queries about making a submission, please contact Martin Gould on (03) 8650 6000.