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Crown Casino and Entertainment Complex, Melbourne

Crown Casino is the largest casino in the southern hemisphere, offering a heady mix of gambling machines and table games in a glitzy setting.

Crown Casino is the largest casino in the southern hemisphere, offering a heady mix of gambling machines and table games in a glitzy setting. Try your luck at the usual Blackjack, Craps, Pai Gow, Poker, Baccarat and Roulette games. Major poker tournaments are also held here. Enjoy an evening here and play responsibly.


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About Crown Casino and Entertainment Complex

 8 Whiteman St, Southbank VIC 3006, Australia

 +61 3 9292 8888

Crown Casino and Entertainment Complex and Nearby Sights on Map

Coop's Shot Tower

The 50 m high Coop's Shot Tower is a heritage building dating back to 1888, when it was built for the production of lead shot balls

Royal Arcade

The Royal Arcade is the oldest surviving shopping arcade in Australia, dating back to 1870

Block Arcade

The Block Arcade is a heritage shopping arcade in Melbourne's CBD that takes you back in time to the 19th century

ANZ Banking Museum

Housed in the basement of the ANZ Gothic Bank on Collins Street, the ANZ Banking Museum explores Australia's banking heritage from the time of the Indigenous Australians and their trade with European settlers

State Library of Victoria

The State Library of Victoria in Melbourne is the central library of Victoria, housing over 2 million books and 16,000 serials

Melbourne City Centre

Melbourne City Centre or the CBD refers to the area in which Melbourne was originally established in 1835, bound by Spencer Street to the west, Spring Street to the east, Grattan Street, Queen Victoria Market and La Trobe Street in the north, and Flinders Street to the south

Chinatown

Chinatown in Melbourne along Little Bourke Street dates back to the Victorian Gold Rush of the mid-19th century, and is the oldest Chinatown in Australia

St Michaels Uniting Church

Old Melbourne Gaol

The Old Melbourne Gaol is a museum on the site of the former prison that was operational from 1845 to 1929

Sandridge Bridge