Australian casino operator Star Entertainment is set to announce a further investment in its Queen's Wharf casino development on the Gold Coast, reports Brisbane Times.
The operator, previously already announced plans for a $850 million development of its Jupiter’s site, with two towers including a 4.5 star hotel in the first stages of construction.
On Sunday, Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk confirmed a “significant” tourism announcement will be made on the Gold Coast on Monday.
The announcement is widely expected to be in relation to a further expansion of Star’s plans, which has rooms for another two additional towers on the site, as well as a pedestrian bridge to the newly revamped Pacific Fair shopping center.
Construction of Queen’s Wharf will begin later this year.
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