Australian Local Casino Finder
Find a Casino Near You
When it comes to finding good, old-fashioned local casinos near me or you in Australia, you don't have to go trekking through the outback or hire a guide. Why? Because we found them all for you and have mapped them out below in our handy, easy-to-use casino finder. Never again ask “Where is the best casino near me?” We’ll help you locate casino that’s closest to you.
Not only do you get to learn where the great land-based Aussie local casinos are, but you can also see at a glance how many slots, tables and even bars and restaurants they have. It makes it so much easier to plan your little gambling getaway! We have even included the telephone numbers of the local Australian casinos, so you can grab the phone and make a reservation today. Of course, if you haven't got the chance to make a trip just yet, you can always head to our online real money casinos and play some great games there (and you won't be expected to tip the dealer!).
Top Local Casinos in Detail
Burswood International Resort Hotel & Casino Hotel
111,471 sq. ft of gaming space with 3,779 gaming machines and 201 table and poker games.
- Great Eastern Highway, Burswood, Western Australia
- +61 8 9362 7777
- Open daily 24 hrs, except for Christmas, Good Friday and Anzac Day
Sky City Adelaide
129,000 sq. ft of gaming space with 950 gaming machines and 200 table and poker games.
- North Terrace, Adelaide, South Australia
- +61 8 8212 2811
- Open daily 24/7
Conrad Treasury Casino
67, 788 sq ft of gaming space with 1,300 gaming machines 80 table and poker games.
- Top of the Queen Street Mall, Brisbane, Queensland
- +61 7 3306 8888
- Open 24/7
Panthers World of Entertainment
21,000 sq. ft of gaming space with 1,000 gaming machines and no table games.
- Mulgoa Road, Penrith, New South Wales
- +61 2 4720 5555
- Open daily, 9 am – 6 pm
Crown Entertainment Complex
221, 656 sq. ft. of gaming space with 2,500 gaming machines and 500 table and poker games.
- 8 Whiteman Street, Melbourne, Victoria
- +61 3 9292 5505
- Open daily 24/7
Lasseters Hotel Casino - Alice Springs
13,200 sq. ft. of gaming space with 900 gaming machines and 17 table and poker games.
- 93 Barrett Drive, Alice Springs, Northern Territory
- +61 8 8950 7777
- Open weekdays, 10 am to 3 am
Land Based Casino FAQ
What should I look for in a land based casino?
Of course, you want to make sure your local casino offers a wide range of all the games of chance you love, from table games to exciting slots; but beyond that, look for a casino where you feel welcomed and comfortable. Casino employees should go out of their way to explain the rules of new games to you; cocktail waitresses should serve you drinks with a smile, and you should generally feel like the king or queen of the manor at any casino that wants to get and keep your business.
Should I stay at the casinos hotel?
After a long day of having fun, nothing beats being able to just jump in an elevator and go to your hotel room, right where you've been playing! So we strongly recommend exploring the hotel options at your casino of choice. Be sure to ask for a player's card when you first arrive, then use it to track all your slot and pokies play; most casinos offer generous discounts and even free rooms to players who give them some action! If you hit the tables (blackjack, craps, roulette, poker, or baccarat), be sure a casino host is tracking your play hours as well for the same reason.
How do I get comps at a local casino?
Getting casino comps shouldn't be a mystery; if you have any questions whatsoever when you arrive at a casino, be sure to ask a casino host to explain their policies, as these do vary from one casino to another. For the most part, comps (short for "complimentary," or free) are offered to reward player "action": the amount of time (and sometimes the stakes) you are willing to gamble in their house. Consider comps as a rebate of sorts. By using a player's card or finding a casino host, your "action" is easily trackable, and you can look forward to free or discounted rooms, food, entertainment, and more!
Are land based casinos safe?
Absolutely! In fact, you're probably much safer in the average casino near you than you are out on a typical city street, in a department store, or even in most major airports! Casinos take security very seriously, and use "eye-in-the-sky" technology to keep a watchful eye on everything that's going on. They want their guests to have a relaxing and safe experience, and you'll notice security people frequently as you walk around a casino. Count on the fact that there are many more that you don't see as well!
How much can I win at a brick and mortar casino?
That really depends on many factors: how much you wager, what games you are playing, and (perhaps most importantly) how lucky you are on any given day. Some games, (like slot machines, for example), rely entirely on luck, while others (such as poker and blackjack) involve a bit more skill (but luck still counts!) Our suggestion is to bring no more than you can afford to lose, and view a night of gambling as entertainment; then if you happen to win as well, that's just a great bonus on a thrilling night out! Alternatively you can practice different games at online casinos in Australia.
Australian Gambling Resources
The official Australian Government website offering a wealth of knowledge on gambling and lottery topics in Australia and all provinces/territories. Australia.gov Gambling and Lotteries Info
Australian Gaming Council
An organization dedicated to responsible gambling practices and education. Also provides gambling research and gambling addiction services and information. Australasian Gaming Council
The worlds most well known organization for helping those with gambling problems or gambling addiction. Gamblers anonymous provides group and community based support for those struggling with gambling. Gamblers Anonymous Australia
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