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Margaret Court Arena
Took the kids to see the Harlem globetrotters, great place to see them. Very personal great seating and able to see up close. Food and drinks expensive but that's expected. Overall a great experience.
Came here for a concert, holds approx. 7,500 which makes for a more intimate experience. Acoustics were good, great viewing aspect, toilet facilities were clean and plenty of staff - security, patron services, etc.
It's unbelievable how much this precinct has changed over the years. What was first class in the 50's then fell into decay as it awaited regeneration. Now the home of Collingwood footy club and several other sporting bodies it is great for a visit particularly...More
I recall being at the Olympic Park athletics track for it's final event in 2009 as a parent of a Little Athletics competitor and returned this past week for a function in The Glasshouse.
Great views overlooking the oval across to the purpose-built Soccer stadium...More
What a great time we had doing day passes and being able to enter HiSense arena as well ...saw some great matches.
Seats at Rod Laver were good and atmosphere in an arena like this is worth the experience to see favourite tennis players on...More
What a fantastic venue. Walking distance to the CBD or a couple of tram stops. Once inside it really has everything you could want at a sporting venue. One of the best I have been at anywhere in the world.
Melburnians love sport and the Melbourne & Olympic Parks sports complex testifies to this. Melbourne Park has the Rod Laver Arena, Hisense Arena and Margaret Court Arena, all of which play host to the Australian Tennis Open, one of the world's four Tennis Grand Slam...More
we are spoilt in melbourne too have a great precinct like this within walking distance of CBD. was great before but with construction of aami park a few years ago its now unbelievable. add in the MCG and its sporting heaven