Entertaining Perth, Western Australia since 1985
Officially opened in 1985, Crown Perth is a fully-integrated entertainment precinct that is renowned for its world-class facilities, entertainment, premium restaurants and luxury accommodation.
Its home on the eastern banks of the Swan River is only minutes from the Perth CBD and both domestic and international airports. Crown Perth features:
A 24-hour Casino
405-room luxury Crown Metropol Perth
291-room Crown Promenade Perth
An award-winning range of restaurants and bars
A convention centre and meeting rooms
A 2,300-seat theatre and 20,000-seat indoor stadium
A host of recreational facilities, including an 18-hole public golf course, resort-style pool, day spa, retail outlets and riverside cycling trails
Enjoy World-Class Facilities and Accommodation
The combined 696 hotel-room capacity and variety of offerings on one site also makes Crown Perth one of the most desirable conference and exhibition destinations in Australia.
As one of Western Australia's leading entertainment destinations, Crown Perth is proud to play host to some of the world's greatest artists in the Crown Theatre Perth and The Dome at Crown Perth.
Entertaining and Employing the People of WA
Crown Perth welcomes more than seven million visitors a year (on average, 19,000 people a day), and our staff play a vital role in the achievement of the company's vision to create a world-class entertainment precinct.
As WA's largest single-site private employer, Crown Perth provides dynamic and diverse career opportunities for its 5,100 plus workforce.
Our Role in the Crown Limited Group
In September 2004, Crown Perth, formerly Burswood Entertainment Complex, was acquired by Publishing and Broadcasting Limited (PBL), then one of Australia's largest and most diversified media and entertainment groups. In December 2007, PBL underwent a de-merger and Crown Limited acquired the gaming assets of PBL. As a result, the complex became part of the Crown Limited Group and following the completion of a $750 million refurbishment, changed its name to Crown Perth in September 2012, to reflect the Crown brand.