More than 20,000 people are flocking to Crown Perth's casino each and every day.
James Packer's ambitious $750 million renovation of the Burswood resort complex has been a hit with the gambling public, with attendance figures for the gaming floor rising more than two million last financial year.
That is a staggering 36 per cent increase on the year before for a total attendance of more than 7.7 million people.
Punters are spending more on electronic gaming machines than ever before - $269 million in 2012-13, according to figures published by the Gaming and Wagering Commission this week.
That is $23.6 million more than last year and comes after the Barnett Government approved an increase in Crown's gaming machines from 1885 to 2100 as part of the deal that will see Mr Packer build a 500-room six-star Crown Towers hotel by 2016.
Gaming revenue from roulette was up $12.7 million but revenue from baccarat, a game popular with Asian high rollers that doubled in 2011-12, fell back by $74.5 million to $171.3 million in 2012-13.
Revenue from blackjack and other games was mostly flat.
According to the commission, gross casino revenue fell from $634 million in 2011-12 to $598.8 million in 2012-13.
Crown Limited's annual report revealed the Perth property still increased its profitability last financial year, with earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation up 6.4 per cent or $240.8 million - mostly on the strength of a $215 million growth in non-gaming revenue that flowed from the huge overhaul of Crown's premium restaurant and bar offerings.
A Crown spokeswoman declined to comment on the Gaming and Wagering statistics, referring _The Weekend West _to the annual report.
"Crown Perth's revitalised offerings - including luxury hotel rooms, high-end restaurants and bars, gaming facilities, convention centre, spa and spectacular resort pool area - add a new dimension to Perth's tourist offering," the report said.
"The extensive capital expenditure program has reinvigorated the resort."The transformation of the resort has been all-encompassing, and developments have included the addition of internationally acclaimed restaurants such as Rockpool Bar & Grill, Bistro Guillaume and Nobu."