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Published June 9th 2011
The best known part of the Burswood Complex is, of course, the Burswood Casino.
From the moment you enter the Casino, with the dazzling lights and the brilliant atmosphere, you are immediately drawn in. Whether you are a seasoned gambler or just there for a night out, there is something for everyone.
If you are interested in the table games, they start at $2.50. However if you are more into the slot machines, there is a wide range to choose from. If you are more of a high roller, then the Riviera Room is for you. Or you may want to enter the Pearl Room, which is for VIPs only.
There are bars and snack stalls located around the casino for your convenience. If you are a senior citizen, then you can receive free tea or coffee. There is live entertainment most nights, with the local talent showing us what they can do.
There are competitions available as well- with prizes that include cars, holidays and cash. You must be there to collect your prize on the night though.
If you would like, there is the Burswood bus, which will collect you and drop you off at the casino for $10. However if you do drive, there is plenty of parking, with at least four large carparks located nearby.
You can also join Club Burswood for free. This allows you to earn points, which in return gives you extra play on the slot machines or cheaper drinks.
The staff are friendly. The bathrooms are large, plentiful and clean. Unfortunately, due to the nightclub nearby, the later you stay, the drunker and rowdier the other patrons become. They are only having fun, and they don't mean any harm (most of them). Anyway, there are plenty of security guards around to keep an eye on everything, so you are pretty safe.
So you should definitely check out the Burswood Casino. Not just for the gambling, but for the entertainment, the atmosphere and the all-round fun.
Burswood Casino is an 18 venue and promotes responsible drinking and responsible gambling.