Kooyong Stadium | Kooyong Lawn Tennis ClubKnown locally as simply Kooyong, Kooyong Stadium was the orignal venue of the Australian Open (tennis) along with many other events, including some of the biggest names in rock music.
Celebrated as 'the Spiritual Home of Australian Tennis', the legendary Kooyong Lawn Tennis Club offers superb sporting and recreational facilities, exceptional social opportunities and exclusive Member privileges.
Today, Kooyong's reputation as Australia's premier tennis club is as sound as ever, following the completion of an extensive clubhouse redevelopment. Kooyong's 26 manicured grass courts, 22 all-weather en tout cas courts and 3 Plexicushion courts will satisfy tennis players of all skill levels.
Kooyong Stadium was built in 1927 and has a capacity of 8,500.
-:- February 1972 - Led Zeppelin
-:- January 1973 - Black Sabbath
-:- February 1973 - Rolling Stones
-:- February 1986 - Bob Dylan
-:- November 1987 - David Bowie
The Australian Open moved to Melbourne Park in 1988.
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