While the first thing you might think when Sydney comes to mind is the Harbour Bridge, Bondi Beach and Sydney Opera House, there’s surprisingly plenty on offer for casino gamers in one of Australia’s most popular cities.

Yet, one stands out and here we’ll take a look at The Star Casino in Sydney, which attracts players from across the globe.

The Star Casino

The Star Casino is Sydney’s flagship casino and the second largest in Australia. Located on Pyrmont Steet, east off Anzac Bridge, it is well positioned in the centre of the city.

In total there is 104,000 square feet of gaming space which houses 1490 electronic games, including pokie machines, bingo, rapid roulette and video poker. Alongside this you’ll also have access to a wide range of 140 tables games, from the mainstays blackjack and roulette, alongside craps, baccarat, sic bo and Mississippi Stud.

And for poker fans the Star Casino should be your first stop, with a whole room dedicated to the popular card game. Within you’ll find a 34-table poker room hosting a variety of games from No Limit Texas Hold’em to Pot Limit Omaha. Time it right and you might even have the opportunity to play in one of their three annual poker tournaments – including the WSOP.


Wining and dining

Hungry? Don’t panic. The BLACK Bar & Grill offers the perfect solution for hungry bellies – all while offering a divine view of the Sydney Harbour. Serving a range of steaks – it’s a steakhouse after all – meat eaters will adore the range of cuts on offer, while vegetarians can take advantage of their own dedicated menu. And while you might have to dress up for entry, the prices are surprisingly average – what a perfect way to spend your winnings.

Sunday: 12:00pm – 9:30pm

Tuesday – Thursday: 5:30pm – 9:30pm

Friday – Saturday: 12:00pm – 10:00pm

Monday: Closed

Or, if you’re looking for a little bit of Italian fare pay a visit to Balla, with a la carte and vegetarian menus offering a grand variety of courses – alongside fresh out of the oven handmade breads. Their full-service restaurant offers cocktails, bar foods and apertivi.

Monday – Thursday: 12:00pm – 9:30pm

Friday: 12:00pm – 10:00pm

Saturday: 5:30pm – 10:00pm

Sunday: Closed

Alongside their two flagship restaurants there are a couple of others on offer – Sokyo, their Japanese-themed restaurant offering breakfast, sushi, salads, tempura and a wide range of oriental desserts. And The Century, serving a wide range of Chinese dishes. Furthermore, you have a variety of casual diners, serving a wide range of on-the-go meals.


Party through the night

Of course, if you’re all gambled up and full to the brim with top-quality food, then you might want to kick back with a few drinks in the evening.

If so, the Star certainly caters for you with their Marquee Nightclub – located on the top tier of the mega casino. Here you’ll find local and international stars performing the latest and greatest in music, alongside product launches and networking receptions – all available with their very own cocktail bar, of course.

And if you’re looking for something a little more brash, then head to the Rock Lily, dubbed as the ‘ultimate live venue; here you’ll find a variety of rock and roll artists performing some of the city’s best live music. Of course, if you’re looking for a little comedic relief then they also host a monthly comedy night.

As you can see, you don’t always need to turn to Lucky Nugget Casino to get your gaming fix! With so many games and much more on offer, all casino fans need to check out The Star Casino in Sydney.

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