Crown Casino and Entertainment Complex
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Crown Casino is one of the largest and most dazzling gaming facilities in the Southern Hemisphere offering an incredible array of gaming options in a vibrant and sophisticated setting.
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Fancy food, clothes, gaming, clubbing, and amazing cinemas to enjoy anytime. Enjoy a nicely done cocktail, and a high quality dinner, or go to the foodcourt and be more pocket convenient. The choice is yours, but don't miss out, this is a fully equiped entertainment complex.
A benchmark for entertainment venues in Melbourne, Crown's Southbank operation boasts three hotels (including the ultra-swanky Crown Towers), a lavish day spa, nightclubs, bars, high-end shopping and – of course – the largest casino in the southern hemisphere, with 500 table games and thousands of…
Sprawling riverside entertainment complex with 3 hotels, spas, casino, plus restaurants & bars. A mini city of shopping, dining & entertainment on the banks of the Yarra River, the Crown Casino Entertainment Complex takes up two whole city blocks. Shoppers come to browse luxury labels such as…
For a night of huge entertainment, here is Crown Casino. It's on the 96 tram line, from the end of our street!
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