Located in Adelaide’s historic Railway Station building, Adelaide Casino is a South Australia’s casino and the city’s most exciting gaming and entertainment venue.
The philosophy is to provide a fun, contemporary environment with a variety of entertainment to ensure their customers have an exciting experience.
The company is the city’s 10th largest employer and injects around $30 million into the State each year through the employment of over 1000 staff, as well as paying approximately $19 million annually in State taxes.
The Adelaide Casino opened in December 1985. In June 2000 the casino was sold to Skycity Entertainment Group.
Then, Adelaide Casino is member of the Skycity Entertainment Group, based in Auckland, employing over 3,400 people in New Zealand and Australia. Besides Adelaide Casino, the Skycity group owns and operates casinos in Auckland, Darwin, Queenstown and Hamilton.
Adelaide Casino spans three floors of the historic Railway Station building in the heart of Adelaide. It has recently refurbishment, making it a world-class entertainment destination.
Adelaide Casino prides itself on being a responsible host, with a friendliest staff and an elite rewards program.
The Casino has 90 gaming tables and 950 gaming machines in 4 gaming rooms Barossa Room, The Grange Room, Platinum and Black Electronic Gaming Room.
Barossa Room is featuring over 190 Gaming Machines.
Barossa Room services include: dedicated café and bar, the latest in gaming facilities.
The Grange Room, Platinum and BLACK Electronic Gaming Rooms offers the most exclusive and rewarding VIP Gaming program in Australasia.
Grange Room is the home of Adelaide Casino’s VIP Table Games players.
The Grange Room is on the first floor of Adelaide Casino, perfectly placed with exquisite views over North Terrace.
Adelaide Casino features an exciting Poker Zone that is regarded as one of Australia’s premier poker venues.
Adelaide has a rich poker history and was responsible for introducing Texas Hold’em to Australia’s shores more than twenty years ago. Adelaide is still regarded by many as the ‘Traditional Home of Australian Poker’.