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Hisense Arena is a sprawling sports arena built in the year 2000, that hosts a platter of events in various sports, tournaments, competitions and more. With a capacity of 10,500, the arena provides ace facilities in basketball, boxing, tennis, gymnastics and more. Popular events like the 2006 Commonwealth Games have been hosted here. Concerts, dance performances and events in performing arts are also hosted here. Truly a multipurpose hall!
Margaret Court Arena at Melbourne Park is a prestigious tennis court that hosts Grand Slam events and other popular tennis tournaments. Built in 1988, the court was named after the Australian tennis legend and can accommodate about 7,500 spectators. The court hosts the annual Australian Open and the Davis Cup that welcomes buzzing crowds and renowned tennis bigwigs.
Named after the only player to have secured two Grand Slams, Rod Laver, this is one of Australia's premier sporting venues. It has played host to a wide variety of sporting and entertainment events. From Grand Slam tennis matches to motorbike super-cross action to rock concerts - this venue offers it all. With a capacity of 15,000 seats, it also hosts conferences and classical ballet. The stadiums most distinguishing feature is its retractable roof. If you want to know more about what happens behind the scenes, go on the organized tour.
After a series of renovation work, the Olympic Park Stadium came to its present proud existence. The venue of many international premier sports events, this stadium has become an integral part of Australian sports. The stadium regularly hosts national and international athletic, soccer and rugby meets.
Melbourne Rectangular Stadium (MRS) also called AAMI (Australian Associated Motor Insurers Limited) Park is a state-of-the-art stadium that is home to a wide range of sports events and matches. Set in a green zone, this green stadium sports an innovative design with its enormous dome that is perfectly poised to let sunlight through. This huge stadium can easily hold a crowd of 30050 during event nights and has provisions for food and drink right on its premises. You will also be able to catch many cultural events while here. Contact ahead for more details.
Catch the latest in sports and entertainment at this Stadium. Rugby Union, Rugby League, Soccer, Cricket, Basketball, Hockey, Wrestling, Boxing and Super Cross - this stadium offers it all. Formerly known as the Colonial Stadium, it is the first Australian stadium to have an enclosed roof, which stadium officials say is virtually impossible to be hit by match balls. There are even 2 giant screens, so that you catch all the action live and up close. With an entertainment complex which includes a pub, bar, restaurant, cafe, lounge, nightclub and live television studio, it offers more than just sporting action. Rooms for social, business and private functions are available. It also offers baby changing rooms. Take a tour to find out all the behind-the-scenes gossip.
Even though you are in Australia, you can still enjoy ice skating, and other similar activities at the O'Brien Group Arena. The center offers two Olympic-sized ice skating rinks, high-tech sound and light systems, stadium seating for up to 1000 people, a café/bar, a gym, and more! Whether you are skating for the very first time, or are an skating expert, O'Brien Group Arena is sure to be your new favorite fun spot. Every age is welcome to enjoy the rink, but be sure check their website for pricing information, since it changes according to season.