Australia’s heart of sports and entertainment.
Melbourne & Olympic Parks (M&OP) is home to ten national, elite sporting teams and welcomes millions of visitors annually.
It plays host to hundreds of events each year, ranging from game day matches to grand finals, and from intimate occasions to epic arena spectaculars.
The precinct is notably acclaimed for hosting the Australian Open, a range of sporting codes, as well as the highest calibre of international acts and musicians, including Elton John, Queen, P!NK, Beyoncé, Katy Perry, The Rolling Stones, Red Hot Chilli Peppers and Bruce Springsteen.
A phenomenal $972 million-dollar Melbourne Park Redevelopment has recently been completed by the Victorian Government to cater for the precinct’s growing popularity and enhance Victoria’s sport and entertainment for generations to come.
The precinct is home to five of Melbourne’s premier venues; Rod Laver Arena, Margaret Court Arena, John Cain Arena, AAMI Park and CENTREPIECE at Melbourne Park.
The unrivalled location is situated between Melbourne’s CBD and Botanic Gardens, bound by the Yarra River. Comprising around 40 hectares, as the name suggests, it joins together the exceptionally unique premises of Melbourne Park and Olympic Park.
It’s a place where lasting memories are made and legendary matches are played.
The Melbourne & Olympic Parks Trust acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land and pays respect to their Elders, past and emerging.
As a precinct, Melbourne & Olympic Parks has grown and evolved over more than 100 years of history, entrenching itself as Australia’s premier sports and entertainment precinct.
The Trust was established on 5 October 1995 in accordance with the provisions of the Melbourne & Olympic Parks Act 1985 (as amended).
Jacqueline (Jacqui) Pirone
Sameer (Sammy) Kumar
Janice Van Reyk