Two-up on Anzac Day
Two-up can be played legally in a licensed RSL or services club on:
- Anzac Day (25 April)
- another day that's legally designated as a day of remembrance of the sacrifice of ex-service men and women.
The permission to play two-up is prescribed under the Charitable and Non-Profit Gaming Act 1999.
People aged under 18 must not play two-up.
Permission for liquor licensees to host two-up
Licensed premises—other than RSLs or services clubs—will need written permission from an RSL sub-branch to conduct two-up on their premises.
Permission can only be given as part of an official function for Anzac Day or another legally designated day.
What to do with two-up money
All money wagered in the two-up game must be returned to players as winnings. No commission can be charged on wagers.
If you charge players an entry fee, the money raised must be donated to the RSL or its sub-branch to support ex-service men and women and their families.
You can't use the money raised from entry fees for administrative purposes.
- Read more about Anzac Day trading hours.
- Last reviewed: 5 Apr 2023
- Last updated: 5 Apr 2023