|Most expensive month:||December|
|Average price in Crown Perth:||€223/night|
|Cheapest price found:||€130/night|
|Most expensive day:||Saturday|
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Dazzlingly rebranded as Crown Perth, the Burswood Entertainment Complex is Western Australia’s premier leisure and entertainment venue. The complex is perched on the banks of the Swan River, which affords stunning views of the water and skyline for those that score a riverfront suite at the Crown Metropol or Crown Promenade hotels.
The ultra-modern pyramid-style complex is a Perth icon and serves up a luxe attitude to match. As well as being home to one of Australia’s most coveted casinos, the complex features an in-house convention centre, world-class theatre, and two ballrooms, not to mention 32 concept restaurants and bars, and one of the city’s most euphoric nightclubs.
At just 5-kilometres from the city centre, Crown Perth is a short drive or taxi ride to the CBD. The Burswood railway station is a 3-minute walk, with other attractions like Perth Zoo, South Perth and Ascot Racecourse just a stone’s throw away.
Crown Perth sits within Burswood Park, which was originally used as a rubbish tip during the mid-1940s. However, thanks to the construction of the casino complex the area was transformed into a beautifully designed public recreational facility. Today, it enchants visitors with grassy picnic lawns, colourful wildflower gardens, an informative heritage trail and a scenic 3,400-metre jogging and cycleway path.
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