Olympic Park, 60 Olympic Boulevard, Melbourne
AAMI Park provides the missing link to Melbourne’s array of sporting venues, providing a rectangular pitch for football (soccer) and the rugby codes.
The brief to build an iconic and clever stadium was certainly realised.
248 Rathdowne Street, Carlton
Carlton's sporting hub has a heated outdoor pool, a well-equipped gym, an extensive group fitness program and a great range of children's activities.
Crown Entertainment Complex
8 Whiteman Street, Southbank
A mini city of shopping, dining and entertainment on the banks of the Yarra River, the Crown Entertainment Complex takes up two whole city blocks.
Shoppers come to browse luxury labels at Prada, Chanel, Bulgari and Burberry.
122-148 Harbour Esplanade, Docklands
Etihad Stadium is one of Australia’s leading multi-purpose venues, designed to cater for major sport and entertainment events hosting up to 55,000 fans.
Fawkner Park Tennis Centre
Fawkner Park Tennis Centre, 65W Toorak Road, South Yarra
Fawkner Part Tennis Centre offers tennis court hire, coaching, competitions and social tennis.
300 Dudley Street, West Melbourne
The original home of rock and roll in Melbourne, Festival Hall has hosted the Beatles and Johnny Cash, Frank Sinatra, Liberace, Justin Timberlake, The Foo Fighters and Oasis.
428-550 Epsom Road,, Flemington
Flemington is the best-known and oldest continuing metropolitan racecourse in Australia.
Melbourne Park Olympic Boulevard, Melbourne
Hisense Arena is a multi-purpose sports and entertainment venue, built in 2000 to extend Melbourne Park’s capacity to host Australian Open tennis.
Ikon Park 400 Royal Parade, Carlton North
Princes Park, officially known as Ikon Park, is the traditional home of the Carlton Football Club. It was the last suburban ground to be used in the AFL.
Kensington Community Recreation Centre
111 Altona Street, Kensington
The Kensington Community Recreation Centre provides recreational, educational, social and cultural facilities for people of all ages and fitness levels.