Australian Open on a platter

Hospitality

With memories still stirring of Roger Federer winning his 20th Grand Slam at the Australian Open and Caroline Wozniacki breaking through for her maiden major, now is the time to feast on the great range of experiences you can enjoy next January when the world’s best tennis players come to play at Melbourne Park from 14 to 27 January 2019.

Giving spectators instant access to the best seats in the house through a vast array of incredible packages, which combine a vast array of dining choices with incredible tennis viewing, not seen before at any other Grand Slam tournament in the world.

Fancy sitting ON centre court at Rod Laver Arena while Rafael Nadal pours his heart and soul into winning a second Australian Open title? The VIP On Court Seating package puts you into the haloed sanctum of Grand Slam tennis where you can literally witness the sweat and tears of players and watch their every move from metres away. On Court seating comes with five-star menu and beverage options tailored to your desire. Don’t miss out as tickets are limited. 

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Unrivaled court seating to watch the best players in the world.

Stories to dine out on

How would you like to eat on the same court players have competed on throughout the Australian Open and be entertained by legends of the sport in-between courses?

We are setting the table ON centre court at Hisense Arena, a royal banquet on the final two days of the Australian Open when you and your guests can indulge in fine dining and entertainment before heading across to watch the finals with a Rod Laver ticket in a category of your choosing. Look for Show Court Finals, available for the Finals weekend, a Grand Finale to the biggest sports and entertainment event in the southern hemisphere in January.

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Unique backstage experiences to dine out on.

Five star restaurants
 

The Australian Open attracts fans with great taste. We are delighted to present world class restaurants for those who appreciate incredible culinary experiences.

The quintessentially Melbourne Laneway Club boasts a modern mash-up of multicultural street eats in a relaxed and funky space where guests can graze all day long and get their fill of tennis in-between.

Foodies will also want to secure a booking at the Japanese-inspired Nobu, located on the city side of Margaret Court Arena, while Rockpool returns in a classy sanctuary overlooking Grand Slam Oval, championing the best locally sourced produce in Australia with three-course fine dining designed by internationally acclaimed chef, Neil Perry.

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Presenting the best: Nobu at the Australian Open

Shared Experiences


Whether you are looking for exclusive spaces that can be private or shared with any sized group, or prefer something more intimate for that special occasion, Australian Open 2019 is serving a wide range of novel and classy options.

  • You’ll never want to leave The Lounge, an exclusive space for guests to enjoying a grazing buffet with drinks and private access to Rod Laver Arena, making it easy to come and go during day and night sessions.
  • Inside the corridors of Rod Laver Arena, eat your fill in the Green Room and watch the best players in the world head down the Champions Walk as they prepare to do battle on Centre Court. You may even decide to take up one of the rare opportunities to walk out onto RLA yourself in our RLA Fan Walk On.
  • Dine out on the best experiences the Australian Open has to offer, and plan your summer early. With VIP access, first-class food and premium seats, these exclusive spaces are the perfect option for any tennis enthusiast.

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