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AAMI Park Tours

Arguably the most iconic of Melbourne’s sporting stadiums, AAMI Park is famous for its cutting-edge design and riverside location. With a capacity of more than 30,000 spectators, AAMI Park is Melbourne’s premier medium-sized soccer, rugby union, and rugby league venue, and was awarded the World’s Most Iconic and Culturally Significant Stadium award in 2012. 

The Basics 
AAMI Park is a staple of both sport-centered and regular sightseeing tours of Melbourne. Admire the stadium from above during a hot-air balloon ride over the city; cycle past the stadium and other top Melbourne attractions from the outside on a bike tour; or combine AAMI Park with other sporting venues on a sports experience, which typically cover Melbourne Cricket Ground and the Olympic Park. 

AAMI Park’s star teams include the National Rugby League's Melbourne Storm, Melbourne’s Super Rugby team, the Melbourne Rebels, and soccer’s A-League teams, the Melbourne Victory and Melbourne Heart; check the fixtures of each team to secure tickets to a match. 

Things to Know Before You Go 
  • AAMI Park is a must-visit for fans of soccer and rugby. 
  • In addition to accessible toilets throughout, the stadium offers plenty of wheelchair- and stroller-accessible seating. 
  • There are multiple food and beverage options at the stadium, in addition to free drinking water available at water fountains. 
How to Get There
The easiest way to reach AAMI Park is via public transport. The route 70 tram drops you off a few hundred meters from the stadium, while Richmond Station and Flinders Street Station are a 5-minute walk. From the CBD, AAMI Park is a 20-minute walk.

When to Get There 
Rugby and soccer season run from February to August in Australia, with matches generally held every week at the stadium. In addition to sporting events, the stadium also hosts high-profile music concerts.

Sporting Venues in Melbourne
Melbourne is a mecca for sports fans. In addition to the AAMI Park, you’ll find multiple sporting venues in the city. Highlights include Albert Park, where the annual Formula 1 races are held; Melbourne Park, which hosts the Australian Tennis Open; and Flemington Racecourse, home of the Melbourne Cup Horse Race. 

Practical Info

AAMI Park is within the Melbourne and Olympic Parks precinct, and has been designed with easy and frequent connection to Melbourne trains, trams and buses.

Trams from Flinders Street and Richmond Stations stop at AAMI Park Stop 7D. Richmond Station, Jolimont Station and Flinders Street train stations are within walking distance to AAMI Park. Buses link between the city and the sports precinct. Visitors can also walk from Federation Square in the city, along the Yarra River.

Onsite car parking is limited and fees apply. Event days are more expensive than non-event days.
Address: Olympic Blvd, Melbourne, Victoria 3000, Australia
Hours: Check website for event times.
Admission: Depends on event
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What are AAMI Park hours of operation?
AAMI Park hours of operation: Check website for event times.. Buy tickets in advance on Viator. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund.