Some good news for Gold Coasters who have been missing their nights out with mates at the casino.
After months of being locked up during the coronavirus pandemic, the Gold Coast’s Star Casino has announced it will be reopening its main gaming floor and private gaming rooms this weekend.
The doors are set to swing open at exactly 12.00pm on Friday 3 July, once the State’s Chief Health Officer ticks off on the Casino’s COVID-Safe plan, which is currently under review.
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It’s understood around 2600 people will be allowed in the casino gaming area at any one time, so first in best dressed!
Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer Matt Bekier said he’s looking forward to being able to welcome guests back to the casino this weekend.
“The health and well-being of our customers and staff remain paramount as we move to this next stage of reopening our properties,” Mr Bekier said.
The reopening of the casino comes after the Queensland Premier yesterday announced the State Government was bringing forward Stage Three of its recovery map, allowing more people in bars, restaurants and cafes.
To see the full list of restrictions being eased from midday this Friday, click here.