Located by the Sandy’s Bay pier of Hobart on the Island of Tasmania, Wrest Point Hotel is the first Australian Casino, having opened more than 40 years ago.
It has numerous tables and electronic tables, as well as your expected Texas Hold’Em games and VIP room. Wrest Point also offers regular promotions and a loyalty program.
The location features a hotel (starts at 100USD), five restaurants, four bars, and hosts all kinds of events, shows, conferences and exhibitions.
Casino is open 24/7. Must be +18 to enter.
Playing Poker at Wrest Point Hotel Casino
Commission is capped at $10 per pot, 10% on pots $20 and over, no commission on pots under $20.
- Tasmanian Diamond events (3 times a year)
- Wrest Point’s Poker Championships
No information yet.
Address: 410 Sandy Bay Rd, Sandy Bay TAS 7005, Australia
Contact Number: +61 3 6221 1888
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