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In Australia, Crown wholly owns and operates two of Australia’s leading integrated resorts, Crown Melbourne Entertainment Complex and Crown Perth Entertainment Complex.  Overseas, Crown also fully owns and operates Crown Aspinall's in London.  

Crown has announced plans to develop and operate an iconic six-star hotel resort, including VIP gaming facilities, at Barangaroo South, Sydney. In addition, Crown is also seeking approval to construct a 400 room six-star hotel as part of a new tower development adjacent to Crown Melbourne. 

Crown Melbourne

The Crown Melbourne Entertainment Complex in Melbourne is one of the largest integrated resorts in the southern hemisphere comprising a casino, hotels, function rooms, restaurants, shopping and entertainment facilities.

In 2013, Crown was awarded the prestigious Australian Employer of the Year at the Australian Training Awards, following the 2013 Victorian Employer of the Year award by the Victorian Government. We have previously won both awards as recently as 2010.

In February 2014, Crown Melbourne was awarded the 2014 Casino / Integrated Resort of the Year at the prestigious International Gaming Awards (IGA) in London. Considered the definitive awards for outstanding performance in the industry worldwide, it recognised Crown Melbourne’s clear vision and innovative approach to attracting both Australian and international guests.

Crown Melbourne operates one of the largest single-site VIP operations in the world.  Its three hotels offer approximately 1,600 rooms, including 31 luxury villas. Crown and the Schiavello Group are in the process of negotiating final agreements and finalising designs to develop and construct a new luxury five star hotel and apartment complex on a site adjacent to the Crown Melbourne complex.

Crown Melbourne is the largest single-site private sector employer in Australia with more than 9,400 people working on site. 

The casino currently features 2,628 electronic gaming machines and has approval to operate 540 table games.  The Crown Melbourne casino licence extends to 2050.

Crown has entered into a joint venture to develop a new 400 room six-star hotel and apartment development on a site adjacent to Crown Melbourne. The proposed development, designed by internationally acclaimed British architecture firm Wilkinson Eyre will add new capacity to Melbourne’s tourism and business events industries to host major events and includes a proposal to upgrade existing public spaces including Queensbridge Square. 

Crown Perth

Crown Perth is Perth's premier integrated resort encompassing a casino, two international hotels, a state of the art convention centre, and award-winning food and beverage outlets.
Crown Perth currently has approval to operate 2,300 electronic machines and 295 table games.  The approval will increase to:

•             2,400 electronic machines and 320 table games in January 2016; and
•             2,500 electronic machines and 350 table games in January 2017.

The casino licence extends for the life of the Burswood Property Trust (currently until 2060).  Like the Crown Entertainment Complex in Melbourne, it has an extensive international VIP clientele.  Crown Perth is in the unique position of being the only venue in Western Australia to offer electronic gaming and table games.  Crown Perth is the largest single-site private sector employer in Western Australia with more than 5,800 people working on site.

Crown Perth, has a new $645 million six-star hotel currently under construction, which will add another dimension to Crown Perth’s already extensive offering of hotels, resort style pool facilities, world-class convention centre, gaming options, restaurants, bars, nightclub, 2,300 seat theatre and day spa. The six-star Crown Towers Perth is expected to open in 2017. The hotel will provide approximately 500 luxury rooms, bringing Crown Perth’s capacity to 1,200 and will include VIP gaming salons, restaurants, bars and conference facilities.

Crown Aspinalls

Crown Aspinalls is an exclusive high-end London casino. It is one of only five licensed high-end casinos in London’s prime West End entertainment district.


Crown Sydney

Crown Resorts is progressing its plans to develop and operate an iconic six-star hotel resort, including VIP gaming facilities, at Barangaroo South in Sydney. Crown Sydney, located on the harbour, will be the city’s first six-star hotel resort. Crown’s plan includes 350 hotel guest rooms and suites, luxury apartments, signature restaurants and bars, retail outlets, pool and spa facilities, conference rooms and VIP gaming facilities. The resort is proposed to open in early 2021.
The “iconic” status of the hotel resort is assured through the engagement of Wilkinson Eyre, one of the world’s best architect practices. They have designed a landmark building that will be instantly recognisable around the world and will complement Sydney icons like the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House.

The Crown Sydney Hotel Resort is expected to contribute the following to the NSW economy, in the first full year of operations (Allen Consulting Group Assessment, June 2013):

  • 1,250 additional ongoing direct jobs after construction;
  • Employment (direct and indirect) is estimated to increase by 2,800;
  • Gross State Product (GSP) is estimated to increase by $442 million by 2025;
  • Crown made an upfront payment of $100 million to the NSW Government in July 2014, upon the issue of the VIP gaming licence;
  • Crown will also deliver a significant increase in gaming tax revenue for NSW taxpayers;
  • The total of licence fees plus gaming taxes paid by Crown over the first 15 years of full operation must exceed $1 billion.

The Crown Sydney Hotel Resort is expected to provide a major boost to the NSW Tourism sector, including:

  • Helping NSW to become more competitive with domestic and international tourist destinations;
  • Helping NSW to compete for major domestic and international events;
  • Assisting NSW in attracting a greater share of Asia’s booming outbound tourism market;
  • Attracting high net worth tourists and increasing visitor spend;
  • Providing a strategic addition to the stock of hotel accommodation in Sydney;
  • The public observation deck on level 65, approximately 250 meters above ground, will offer local, interstate and international visitors with panoramic views across Sydney’s spectacular harbour;
  • The location of a globally recognised building on the harbour near the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Sydney Opera House will also assist in attracting mainstream international tourists to Barangaroo.

Alon Las Vegas

Crown, through a majority owned subsidiary, has an ownership interest in a 34.6 acre vacant site on the Las Vegas Strip and had plans to develop a project. Following an extensive review of funding alternatives for the Alon project over the last two years, Crown Resorts has determined that it will not proceed with the project at this time. As a result, Crown Resorts and its partners will begin exploring alternatives to optimise the value of their investment in Alon, including an outright sale.



Crown acquired Betfair Group plc’s 50% equity interest in Betfair Australasia in August 2014 for consideration of
$10 million taking it's ownership in Betfair Australasia to 100%.
In December 2014, Crown and BetEasy announced a joint venture (CrownBet) (67% owned by Crown) which
involved the combination of BetEasy’s sports book business with the sports book business of Betfair.
Neither Betfair nor CrownBet operates retail premises, nor do they have an on-course presence; their services
are exclusively provided via the internet or telephone.

Online Social Gaming
Crown acquired a 60% interest in online social gaming operation DGN Games LLC (DGN) in July 2015 for consideration of US$27.5 million. In addition, Crown has contributed US$5 million to DGN to fund growth. DGN is based in Austin, Texas and is a leading developer of online social games.

Aspers Group

Crown Resorts holds a 50% equity interest in the Aspers Group, which operates four regional casinos in the United Kingdom, in Newcastle, Stratford, Milton Keynes and Northampton (the latter in a joint venture with Kerzner UK Limited).

Caesars Growth Partners

Crown Resorts exercised its rights to acquire an interest in a newly formed entity, Caesars Growth Partners (CGP), the owner of certain assets, which were transferred to CGP from Caesars Entertainment Corporation (Caesars). These assets include a majority stake in Caesars Interactive Entertainment, the Planet Hollywood Resort in Las Vegas and a portfolio of bonds issued by Caesars.

The interest in CGP was acquired at a cost of US$22.6 million.