Melbourne & Olympic Parks
Melbourne & Olympic Parks host an extensive range of events such as international tennis, soccer, rugby union, rugby league, athletics and cycling, dirt bike races, ice skating, music concerts and family shows.
Melbourne & Olympic Parks is the administrative and training home to various sporting organisations.
Located 5 minutes walk from Melbourne's CBD and separated from the Botanic Gardens by the Yarra River, Melbourne & Olympic Parks comprises:
-:- Rod Laver Arena
-:- Melbourne Arena
-:- Margaret Court Arena
-:- Melbourne Park Function Centre
-:- The Oval at Melbourne Park
-:- National Tennis Centre
-:- Olympic Park Precinct
-:- AAMI Park
-:- Westpac Centre (Collingwood Football Club & Victorian Institute of Sport)
-:- Gosch's Paddock training fields
Adjoining the precinct are four tram stops (route 70), a taxi rank, a river jetty and three pedestrian bridges linking the precinct with the MCG. All of these facilities are under the management of a single administration, the Melbourne & Olympic Parks Trust
Redevelopment 2019 - 2023
Melbourne Park is currently undergoing a multi-million-dollar redevelopment with the intent to cater for the growing popularity of the Australian Open and year-round events.
The design will secure the future of the Australian Open event in Melbourne and cater for the growing event calendar, ensuring that Melbourne & Olympic Parks continues to be a world class sporting and entertainment precinct for generations to come.
This transformation will place a strong emphasis on the comfort of patrons, with more open space and shade, increased seating capacity, better connections to public transport and the city, and easier movement into and within the Melbourne and Olympic Parks precinct.
Broken down into 3 stages over 13 years, the works are improving significant elements of the Melbourne and Olympic Parks sports and entertainment precinct to make it one of the world's best facilities.
Melbourne & Olympic Parks
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❊ Address & Contact ❊
⊜ Melbourne & Olympic Parks, Olympic Boulevard Melbourne | Map
✆ 61 3 9286 1600
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❊ Also See... ❊
→ AAMI Park
→ Court Hire | Melbourne Park
→ Holden Centre
→ Margaret Court Arena
→ Melbourne Arena
→ National Tennis Centre
→ Olympic Park Precinct
→ Rod Laver Arena
→ The Vista | Melbourne Park