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Australian & New Zealand Casinos
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Australian, Tasmanian and New Zealand Casinos
Australian, Tasmanian & New Zealand Casinos
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Last update: 18/9/2010

Australia (11)
Sky City Adelaide
South Australia. Purchased by Sky City in 2002. 71 tables & some 760 slots. The venue has a monopoly on casino gaming until 2015.
Burswood Resort Casino & Burswood  Entertainment Complex
Perth, West Australia. Opened 30th December, 1985. 170 tables and 1,750 slots at July 2010. Owned by the Packer controlled Crown Limited.
Casino Canberra
Australian Capital Territory. 39 Tables. The interim casino commenced operation in the National Convention Centre on 14th November, 1992 and relocated to Glebe Park adjoining the Park Royal Hotel on 29th July, 1994. Casinos Austria International have the management contract.
Crown Casino
Melbourne, Victoria. The 2nd largest casino in the southern hemisphere with some 350 table games and 2,500 slots. Owned by the Packer controlled Crown Limited.
Lasseters Casino
Alice Springs, Northern Territory. is the domain used by the online casino. The company also operate slots in comany owned hotels in Sydney.
Sky City Darwin
Northern Territory. Now owned by Sky City who bought the operation from MGM Mirage in 2004.
The Reef Hotel Casino
Cairns, Queensland. A 50/50 joint venture between Casinos Austria International and Accor Casino Investments (Australia).
Jupiters Townsville Hotel & Casino
Queensland. Now owned by Tabcorp Ltd. The company merged with Jupiters in November 2003.
Jupiters Gold Coast
Queensland. Established as the Conrad Jupiters Hotel and Casino in 1985 and the only casino resort destination on the Gold Coast, Queensland. Over 1000 slots and approximately 100 tables.
Jupiters Treasury Casino
Queensland. Opened in 1995. The company has a 75 year license to operate a casino within 60km of Brisbane. Located in, and named after the century-old sandstone Treasury building.
Star City
Sydney, New South Wales. 200 tables & 1,500 slots. With a sports betting (TAB) lounge. Owned by Tabcorp Holdings Limited.

Tasmania (2)
Federal Hotels & Resorts
Private owned company that's the license holder of both Tasmanian casinos. Federal also have a management contract for slots located in bars and clubs.
Country Club Tasmania
Wrest Point Casino
Hobart. Opened 10th February, 1973. Wrest Point was Australia's first casino. There are presently some 22 tables and 650 slots in three gaming areas. Slots open at 9 am and table games at 2 pm.

New Zealand (6)
Casino licensing in New Zealand is governed by the Casino Control Act passed in 1990 and is administered by the Casino Control Authority. The minimum age to gamble is 20.

North Island
Sky City Entertainment Group
Corporate website.
Sky City Auckland
Opened in February 1996 under a Harrah's management contract. Sky City Casino Management Limited took over the operations of the complex on 1st July 1998. 80% of revenue is produced by the gaming operations. Some 98 tables and 1,417 slots
Sky City Hamilton
Part of a purpose built entertainment complex opened in September 2002. 300 slots and 20 tables.

South Island
Christchurch Casino
Opened in 1994. Operated by a partnership of Sky City (who bought Aspinall's 41% holding in 2004), and Skyline Enterprises (41%) plus other smaller investors. 34 table games and 500 slots.
Dunedin Casino
Opened on 6th October, 1999. Operated by Dunedin Casinos Management Ltd and located within the Southern Cross Hotel.  Presently with 170 slots and 12 tables including 3 in the VIP room.
Sky Queenstown
Opened 8th December 2000. Owned 60% by Sky City and 40% by Skyline Enterprises.
Wharf Casino
Opened 10th September 1999. Located at the Steamer Wharf, Beach Street, Queenstown and owned by Otago Casinos.
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