Probity and gaming
A Probity Code of Practice has been established for Queen's Wharf Brisbane (QWB) and independent probity advisers have been appointed to oversee the project.
The operator of the existing Treasury Hotel and Casino, The Star Entertainment Group, forms part of the Consortium that won the QWB project. The existing Treasury Casino in the Brisbane CBD will continue to operate throughout the QWB construction phase (approximately 2017 to 2023). The existing Treasury Casino will close when the new world-class international casino facility opens within the Integrated Resort Development (IRD), expected in the first half of 2023. The existing Treasury Casino will be repurposed to provide mixed used and greater public access.
At the QWB IRD, the casino gaming floor will be less than 5% of the overall development and is comparable to other IRDs in Australia and globally. The casino size and format will enable Queensland to compete effectively with similar developments across the region.
Frequently asked questions
No, Brisbane's existing Treasury Casino will close and be replaced by a new purpose built facility expected to open in the first half of 2023.
The state government has requirements for each casino operating in Queensland to adhere to the approved number of EGMs.
The QWB casino operator is entitled to 2,500 gaming machines, although not all machines may be installed at opening. The QWB casino operator will decide how many machines are operating at the casino opening and during operations.
The number of tables are constrained by the amount of gaming floor area approved by the Gaming Regulator. The QWB casino operator will determine how many tables will be in operation.
The casino gaming floor will be less than 5% of the overall development and is comparable to other Integrated Resort Developments in Australia and globally. The casino size and format will enable Queensland to compete effectively with similar developments across the region.
Last updated: 17 Aug 2022