The Best Live Australian Casinos of 2017

Live Casinos

Although different gambling laws are in place right across Australia, one thing is unchanging; the traditional and enduring Ozzie love of a wager. Casinos are booming in Australia right now and whatever your game is and wherever you live, there is a casino for you.

That's why, to save you time and effort, we carefully review the casinos in detail so you can compare all of the different regulations across Australia making sure you're completely in the picture to make an informed decision. Read on to find out more about the differing nature of territories and the best land based casinos within them.

Territories

ACT Map

ACT

Despite being the nation's capital, Canberra does not get the same amount of visitors as metropolises like Melbourne and Sydney. This is why the Australian Capital Territory has but one live casino. That said, it’s a great one. Read more.

New South Wales Map

New South Wales

Sydney, a modern, cosmopolitan city with life thriving in every nook and cranny. Home to the world famous opera house and Harbour Bridge, the city also plays host to the only casino in NSW. The formidable Sydney Star casino. Read our guide for more.

Northern Australia Map

Northern Territory

The Northern Territory enjoys the luxury of two casinos.  Both the Alice Springs casino and the SkyCity casino in Darwin bring elegant gaming to a territory that gets over a million visitors each year, looking to visit Uluru and Alice Springs. Read on for more.

Queensland Map

Queensland

With four live casinos, Queensland is relatively flush with gaming venues right now, with most states designated one each. All the casinos offer your usual array of table games and electronic games with pokies a-plenty. We've gone through what's on offer in our guide.

Southern Australia Map

Southern Australia

While Southern Australia has only the Adelaide Casino to boast about, it’s still one heck of a facility. This one-time train station is a multi levelled gaming operation that, with accompanying hotel and restaurant, is now a world class level casino. We tell you more in our guide.

Victoria Map

Victoria

Victoria's capital, Melbourne, is a vibrant modern day city that offers something for everyone, not least the magnificent Crown casino. This complex is the largest in the continent and is an absolute stunner. Read more about the region's gambling in our guide.

Tasmania Map

Tasmania

The isolated island state of Tasmania lies off our southern coast and is famous for its national park and extreme wildlife. Taz also has duel casino status, with the Wrest Point, Australia's first casino, and the Country Couple competing for best on the island. Read on in our guide.

Western Australia Map

Western Australia

Despite being our largest state by far, the spaced out nature of WA’s population means that there’s only one casino in the whole territory and that can be found, not surprisingly, in Perth. The Crown casino is a formidable venue, read our guide for more.

Our Top 7 Land Based Casinos

Crown Casino - Melbourne

Crown Casino – Melbourne

With views stretching across the Yarra River and downtown Melbourne, the Crown casino is situated in the perfect location. This is the biggest casino in Oz and inside, you'll find an excellent variety of games.  Read our review for all the information you need.

Jupiter Hotel and Casino

Jupiter Hotel and Casino - Broadbeach, Gold Coast

The Jupiter casino on the magnificent gold coast is an equally impressive venue that simply oozes elegance, style and fun. A world class gaming facility that plays host to over 1600 gaming machines and 70 tables. We go through the rest of the casino's features in our guide.

The Star City - Sydney

The Star City – Sydney

With great restaurants, bars and hotels, the Star City casino in Sydney is a world class choice in a world class city. It’s a luxurious gaming venue that’s beautiful inside and out and caters for low and high rollers. Find out more in our review.

The Treasury Casino - Brisbane

The Treasury Casino – Brisbane

Queensland's biggest Casino, The Treasury Brisbane is a glamorous non-stop exciting gaming venue that has something for everyone. This world class resort is one of hottest places to be seen in Brisbane. We offer more details in our review.

Adelaide Casino

Adelaide Casino – Adelaide

If you're in Adelaide and you're looking for great casino fun where you can indulge, relax and really enjoy yourself, then the Adelaide Casino is for you. Spanning three floors, this casino offers first rate gaming fun, including slots and card games a plenty. Take a look at our review.

Crown Casino Perth

Crown Casino Perth – Perth

Play anytime, day or night, at the Crown Casino Perth in one of Western Australia's most distinguished and glamorous casino venues. Offering more than 240 card tables and over 2500 gaming machines, the crown epitomises the great Ozzie night out. Our review tells you more.

Skycity Casino - Darwin

Skycity Casino – Darwin

Offering non-stop thrills and round the clock entertainment, this 24/7 beauty is a first class casino venue for anyone in Darwin. Featuring all your favourite table games and over 750 machines, as well as well as a sleek bar, top rated restaurant and luxurious accommodation. Read on for more.


How Many Casinos Does Australia Have?

There are currently 13 working live casinos in Australia and, in our unswerving mission to squeeze the most enjoyment, value and security for you, we have taken the time to compile a list of territories and the best live casinos in them. So whether you live in New South Wales, Victoria or Queensland and enjoy roulette, blackjack, craps or pokies, we have the perfect live casino for you.

The only thing is that what works in Queensland might not be so successful in Tasmania. Obviously, the number of people passing through an outback outpost is significantly less than those inhabiting a metropolis like Sydney. Likewise, tourism is vastly different and this data impacts on the amount of casinos in a region and the money and games on offer inside them.

Also, while there are some federal regulations in place, most rules are administered at a local level by the individual territories in question and these also vary from state to state, while there are eight states in Australia that have casino resorts at all.