There are two perpetual trophies presented to each of the male and female singles winners of the Australian Open.
Norman Brooks Challenge Cup (Men's) is named after the late Sir Norman Brookes (1877-1968), a former Australian tennis champion. It was first awarded to Fred Perry at the Australian Championships in 1934
Daphne Akhurst Memorial Cup (Women's) is named after the late Daphne Akhurst (1903 - 1933), a five times singles champion and was first awarded to Joan Hartigan at the Australian Championships in 1934.
Trophies are on display for public viewing near the new AO Game hub in Garden Square during the tournament in the afternoon. Exact times will be confirmed closer to the event.