The Australian Open is returning with all the biggest names and tennis moments that make it an absolute must-see event - and you can be there to see all the action!
In 2021 the AO has a new game plan to ensure the safety of everyone onsite. As part of this focus, the Melbourne Park precinct will be subdivided into three zones, each including one of our three major arenas. Each zone offers its own unique combination of live experiences, food and beverage and tennis action.
Please note that your ticket is specific to a zone, and travel between zones is not permitted after entry.
For further details on the COVIDSafe measures in place at the 2021 Australian Open and how it affects ticketing, click here.
Event Dates: Monday, February 8 - Sunday, February 21, 2021 (Rod Laver Arena)
Tickets: On sale via Ticketmaster
Sessions: From 11:00am (Day) & 7:00pm (Night)
Conditions of Entry: To limit manual handling by our security team, we advise guests to limit the amount of bags and other items they bring into the venue. Guests should read and understand our Conditions of Entry prior to booking tickets and attending the event. Rod Laver Arena no longer offers cloaking so any prohibited items will need to be disposed of or returned to your vehicle prior to entry.
Bag Restrictions: Backpacks of any size or type are no longer permitted into Rod Laver Arena. All other bags must be A4 in size or smaller. This applies to handbags that can be worn as a backpack.
Parking: Parking at Melbourne Park is only available to guests who have pre-booked. Pre-bookings close at 11.59pm the night before the event. Drive up parking is not available on event days.
Public Transport: Rod Laver Arena is accessible by tram, train and bus. The stadium is walking distance from Richmond Station and Flinders Street Station.
We've made some changes to the venue to keep you safe.
Masks are required on concourses and in queues, all indoor areas and where physical distancing is not possible.