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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. This 30th edition incorporates information on all legalised gambling in Australia up to and including 2012–13.

The AGS products are available for free and can be downloaded from this site in PDF formats. The summary, state and product tables are available in both PDF and EXCEL formats.

For more information about terms used throughout the publication and the data tables please refer to the explanatory notes.

Release PDF PDF Size XLS XLS Size
Australian Gambling Statistics, 30th Edition, 1987–88 to 2012–13 pdf (2,940 kB)  
Explanatory Notes pdf (240 kB)  
Summary Tables 2012–13 pdf (75 kB) xls (345 kB)
State Tables pdf (3,360 kB) xls (7,285 kB)
Product Tables pdf (1,230 kB) xls (5,780 kB)
Australian Gambling Statistics, 29th Edition, 1986–87 to 2011–12 pdf (3,560 kB)  
Explanatory Notes pdf (280 kB)  
Summary Tables 2010–11 pdf (310 kB) xls (280 kB)
Summary Tables 2011–12 pdf (310 kB) xls (235 kB)
State Tables pdf (2,025 kB) xls (10,395 kB)
Product Tables pdf (1,645 kB) xls (5,485 kB)
Australian Gambling Statistics, 28th edition, 1984–85 to 2009–10 pdf (2,735 kB)  
Explanatory Notes pdf (320 kB)  
Summary Tables pdf (95 kB) xls (430 kB)
State Tables pdf (1,450 kB) xls (5,665 kB)
Product Tables pdf (925 kB) xls (3,580 kB)

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Last reviewed 31 October 2014