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Tennis Stadium

Rod Laver Arena/Melbourne Park

71 locals recommend ·

Tips from locals

Nicholas
Nicholas
July 5, 2019
In January the worlds best tennis players come to Melbourne to fight it out for the first grand slam tennis event of the years . Almost a million spectators attend the Australian Open over the 2 week period and the event can possibly claim some of the best matches of tennis ever played .
Stephen
Stephen
March 20, 2019
Rod Laver Arena is a multipurpose arena located within Melbourne Park, in Melbourne.
Soula
Soula
February 5, 2019
Live concerts , Grand Slam Tennis Open, Sporting events
Michelle
Michelle
January 6, 2019
Australian Grand Slam Tennis Open. International Stars. Concerts
Tina
Tina
January 5, 2019
Home of the Australian Tennis Open and many entertainment concerts throughout the year

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Melbourne, VIC 3004
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