Crown Sydney has unveiled its newly refreshed and redesigned casino at its iconic harbourside location, now open for Sydneysiders and visitors from Australia and around the world to enjoy.
Situated in the heart of Barangaroo with floor to ceiling glass walls, the casino has spectacular views of the harbour and is free to join for anyone over the age of 18.
The revitalised space features a brand-new, innovative outdoor gaming area, a refreshed menu at dedicated restaurant, Mahogany Lounge, and additional table games in the private Sky Salons on level 28, where members can enjoy some of the city’s most magnificent harbour views.
Crown is committed to providing a world-class integrated resort for Sydney and Australia, and the casino has been revamped in response to guest feedback and changing market and tourism conditions.
Crown Sydney is one of the safest casinos in the world, with industry-leading gambling harm minimisation and financial crime detection and prevention measures in place. Crown PlaySafe enables a fun and safe environment for guests and provides preventative measures and support which prioritise player safety and well-being.
Crown Sydney CEO Mark McWhinnie said: “The unveiling of our new casino experience, coupled with our significant investment in gambling harm minimisation and financial crime prevention, sets a new standard here in Australia for safe gaming entertainment. We’ve created a world-class integrated resort with award-winning restaurants, an exceptional hotel and Australia’s first Forbes five star rated spa, and from today – a newly refreshed and redesigned casino.
“The recent updates to the casino are in response to feedback from our growing customer base, and we’re incredibly proud to have created an experience that is unique and exciting but also the safest place for gambling in New South Wales.
“Crown has invested millions of dollars in transforming our business – with significant investment in our guest experience, as well as gambling harm minimisation and financial crime prevention,” Mr McWhinnie said.