Treasury Casino and Hotel Brisbane
28 locals recommend ·
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Treasury Brisbane opened it's doors in 1995 and continues to play a big part in entertaining both visitors to and residents of Brisbane. Find out more about what we have been getting up to behind the scenes.
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The Treasury Casino, also known as The Treasury is a casino that also houses 6 restaurants, 5 bars, and a nightclub
Gambling & elegant quarters in a converted government building with 6 restaurants & 5 bars.
An old government treasury building converted into a casino. Lots of different areas with different games and poker machines! Great for a late night meal or some live music and drinks. Short walk via Victoria bridge.
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