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1146.0 - Directory of Service Industries Statistics, 2002  
Latest ISSUE Released at 11:30 AM (CANBERRA TIME) 22/02/2002   
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Casinos, Australia (cat. no. 8683.0)


The main purpose of the Casino survey was to measure the size and structure of the casino industry in terms of employment and financial contribution for time comparisons.


The scope of the collection is all employing businesses whose predominant activity is casino services (i.e. classified to the Australian and New Zealand Standard Industrial Classification (ANZSIC) class 9322 Casinos).

Class 9322 includes businesses mainly engaged in providing a range of gambling services in addition to totalisator or gaming machine services, and other amusements, in a building to which the general public has access. Included are businesses providing food, liquor and accommodation services in addition to a full range of gambling services.


The publication contains summary employment, income, and expenses tables covering ANZSIC Class 9322.

The tables in the publication are released at the Australia level only:

  • sources of income
  • items of expenditure
  • characteristics of employment
  • main occupation of persons employed
  • concentration statistics of the top four casinos
  • selected performance ratios
  • some activity data such as number of gaming/poker machines and number of gaming tables




From 1994-1995 to 2000-2001 the collection of statistics for the Casinos industry has been undertaken annually.


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