Rethink Date Night
As you’ve hopefully gathered by now, the Australian Open is an event that goes beyond the world-class tennis on show.
Ask any Melburnian, and they are likely to be incredibly proud of the vibrant ‘foodie’ culture that shines through the city. It makes sense then, to showcase some of our finest restaurants and dining options onsite at the Australian Open. Grab a ground pass for just $49 before the event starts and make Melbourne Park your oyster…if that’s what you feel like.
Be spoilt for choice with some of the world’s most respected chefs and food names dishing up a range of world-class culinary experiences. With an impressive 15 onsite restaurants across the precinct, take date night to a whole new level.
Brand new to the scene is Beijing Betty. Sister to wildly popular Melbourne restaurants Hanoi Hannah and Tokyo Tina, Betty will bring a 200 person dine-in space, or a ‘grab-and-go’ experience for those who don’t want to miss a minute of the match.
Critically acclaimed restaurants Rockpool and Nobu will also return to the Australian Open following the success of their debut appearance in 2018, while the AO Chef Series will host some of the world’s most loved and celebrated chefs at The Glasshouse to create a truly unique and intimate dining experience.
Can’t find a babysitter to look after the kids? Think again. For the very first time, Melbourne Park will have its very own onsite childcare for children aged 5 - 12 yrs.
Summer in Melbourne is just around the corner, which means Australian Open 2019 is nearly upon us. With more on offer than ever before, expect the unexpected. Tickets are on sale now. What are you waiting for!