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4902.0 - Australian Culture and Leisure Classifications, 2001  
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Contents >> Chapter 3. The Product Classification >> Detailed Product Classification >> 18 Amusement and leisure services, not elsewhere classified

1801

Amusement park and similar attraction services

Includes:
- amusement park services; and
- attractions and fun fair services.

Excludes:
- operation services of preserved railways (included in Class 0104).

1802Poker/gaming machine services

Includes:
- provision of single-game poker machines, multi-game poker machines and card machines (such as draw poker and blackjack) as gambling options.

1803Keno services

Includes:
- provision of Keno in pubs, clubs and other outlets. Keno is a lotto-style game where players select their desired numbers prior to the game commencing.

Excludes:
- casino Keno services (included in Class 1809).

1804Lotteries, lotto-style games and football pool services

Includes:
- all lottery-style games where consumers purchase tickets in advance of the lottery draw.

1805'Instant money' sales services

Includes:
- sales of instant money scratch tickets sold by lottery agents, newsagents and kiosks. Consumers will know immediately upon scratching the ticket whether or not a prize has been won. Instant money services do not have draws to determine prize winners.

1806TAB/totalisator services

Includes:
- both on-course and off-course betting services provided by the TAB. Consumers can place bets on thoroughbred, harness and dog racing directly at the course, through an agency or from their own homes via the telephone or the Internet. Some TAB services also provide the facility to bet on other sports such as football and cricket.

1807Bookmaking services

Includes:
- services provided by both on-course and off-course bookmakers. These services allow consumers to bet on a variety of sports and, as with the TAB, consumers can place bets on-course or from their own homes via the telephone or the Internet.

1808Casino game services (excluding gaming machines and Keno)

Includes:
- the provision of a variety of gambling games conducted at casinos, such as roulette and blackjack.

1809Casino Keno services

Includes:
- Keno games run and operated only in the casino.

Excludes:
- Keno services (included in Class 1803).

1810Other gambling and betting services

Includes:
- all other gambling and betting services not elsewhere classified.

1811Coin-operated amusement machine services

1812Hire services of equipment for parties, functions and events

Includes:
- hire services of crockery, cutlery and glasses;
- hire services of marquees, dance floors and seating; and
- hire services of drink dispensing and cooling equipment, juke boxes and sound systems.

1813Other leisure and amusement services, not elsewhere classified

Includes:
- presentation of floral festivals and community festivals.

Excludes:
- personal theatrical or artistic agency services (included in Class 2506); and
- motion picture, television and other theatrical casting services (included in Class 2506).


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