Mindil Beach Casino Resort

Mindil Beach Casino Resort comprises 120 four-star hotel rooms and 32 five-star resort rooms nestled on 30 acres of tropical beachside gardens.

Mindil Beach Casino Resort

Mindil Beach Casino Resort is Northern Territory’s premier entertainment destination, featuring the city’s only five-star beachfront resort, four restaurants, four bars, a day spa and a 24-hour casino.

The resort comprises 120 four-star hotel rooms and 32 five-star resort rooms nestled on 30 acres of tropical beachside gardens. Hotel rooms feature private patios or balconies overlooking the tropical foliage or Mindil Beach, while stylish and contemporary resort rooms are situated by the lagoon-style pool. Superior Lagoon Rooms having direct swim out access to the Lagoon Pool from their private balcony.

Take a refreshing dip in the resort’s infinity edge pool overlooking the Arafura Sea, or relax in the tranquil and tropical Lagoon Day Spa, where you can enjoy a menu of healing and beauty treatments.

There are four restaurants and five bars to choose from throughout the resort, casino and entertainment complex. Dine while enjoying stunning views of the Arafura Sea at the bistro-style ‘The Vue’ or feast on succulent ribs and premium steaks at ‘Cove’ on the lagoon edge. Contemporary Italian and authentic Asian fusion cuisine are some of the other culinary delights on offer at Mindil Beach Casino Resort.

The casino is a fun night or day activity for gaming enthusiasts and those who prefer to just watch the action. There are over 600 gaming machines available 24 hours a day, while gaming tables are open between midday and 4am each day.

The resort is situated adjacent to Darwin’s Garden Park Golf Links, and just a few minutes’ walk from Mindil Beach Sunset Market (open April to October). Darwin’s cultural attractions, galleries and museums and Stokes Hill Wharf are all within a few minutes’ drive of Mindil Beach Casino Resort.

Mindil Beach Casino Resort is the perfect base to spend a few days and explore Darwin and the Northern Territory’s top attractions, such as Katherine Gorge, Litchfield National Park and the wetlands and spectacular wildlife of Kakadu National Park.