Wrest Point, Tasmania

Wrest Point Casino offers up a luxurious entertainment venue for players with all sorts of gaming tastes. At this casino, you’ll find a wide range of casino games, an impressive selection of restaurants and amazing accommodation for all patrons who choose to stay overnight.

Wrest Point is actually home to the oldest casino in Australia. It has been around since 1973, giving it unique insight and experience into what makes at gambling experience great. The casino floor is home to a wide range of games, including hundreds of pokies and high-end table games. Table games include Blackjack, Roulette, Federal Pontoon, Roulette and Baccarat. For more competitive players, there is also a poker room, where Texas Hold ‘Em games regularly take place.

Every month, Wrest Point offers players an impressive collection of bonuses to take advantage of. Regardless of which day you choose to play at West Point, you’re in for a treat, as the casino offers players a great choice of bonuses and promotions. Come in Spinner and Saturday Diamond Dollars offer players the chance to take part in cash raffle draws, while Summer Sweep and The Big Weekend provide players with extra loyalty points when they play specific games. Wrest point is also well-known for offering up promotions on holidays like Australia Day and the Regatta Carnival.

Accommodation and Facilities
Wrest Point Casino is also home to a luxurious hotel, which has earned praise from both critics and patrons. Staying the night is incredibly affordable as rooms start at just $169 per night. At the casino, you’ll also find a great selection of shows from some amazing talent from around the world. For example, upcoming shows include: Natalie Cole, Reece Mastin, Charmaine Wilson, The Ukulele Orchestra and John Waters.

There are six great eateries to choose from at Wrest Point Casino, including the famous Point, a revolving restaurant that we highly recommend. The French-inspired cuisine has been dreamed up by famed chef Kent Sullivan and has earned a great deal of praise from critics across the country. Another high-class restaurant is Pier One, which has won awards from the Tasmanian Tourism Industry. The rest are small, casual cafes and snack bars. There are also four fun and exciting bars, including the stylish Birdcage Bar and the impressive Casino Sports Lounge.