The Star Gold Coast casino is a popular accommodation, dining and entertainment hub located in Broadbeach. The only casino on the Gold Coast, it is formally known as Jupiters Casino and is a popular nightlife destination on the coast. The casino is home to bars, various dining options and a range of entertainment including comedy nights, movie nights, big screen sports, live music, karaoke, spectacular theatre productions as well as regular concerts starring international superstars.
The casino itself is home to the bright lights and thrilling sounds of more than 1,400 state-of-the-art gaming machines including spinning reel machines and traditional poker. Some of the most popular games include Lightning Cash, Double Shot, Golden Dollars and Dinomight. Traditional table games are also popular at the casino, with over 70 available including Roulette, Blackjack and Baccarat as well as SicBo, Craps and Texas Hold'em Poker.
If you're planning a visit to the Gold Coast and want to enjoy the excitement of the casino, there is also a great range of recently refurbished accommodation onsite. Located just a short stroll from one of the world's longest and most lovely beaches, the casino enjoys views of the distant hinterland. Voted as one of the best hotels in Australia, the casino offers luxury at its best and boasts a total of 596 well-appointed guest rooms including suites and 2 penthouses which feature sun terraces or private balconies. A new six-star 17-storey tower is currently taking shape at the front of the existing building which will consist of additional luxurious suites and rooms. The new development is expected to be completed in time for the Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games. Exciting new restaurants and bars will join the existing outlets making the Star Gold Coast all you need on your next Gold Coast visit.
Also within walking distance of the Gold Coast Casino is Pacific Fair, the Gold Coast's most famous shopping centre, a unique indoor/outdoor shopping experience boasting hundreds of specialty stores, boutiques and retail outlets. If you've seen the casino's theatre production but are still up for a bit of drama and fun and some delicious dinner and drinks, Draculas cabaret restaurant is also just around the corner.