Melbourne Park Redevelopment
Melbourne Park will remain the home of the Australian Open until 2036, thanks to a $972 million transformation of this world class sporting precinct.
The redevelopment of Melbourne Park aims to cater for the growing popularity of the Australian Open and to establish Melbourne and Olympic Parks as an unbeatable sports and events precinct.
The redevelopment places a strong emphasis on the comfort of patrons, with more open space and shade, increased seating capacity, better connections to public transport and the city, and easier movement into and within the precinct.
Aside from the Australian Open, Melbourne and Olympic Park is one of the biggest sports and entertainment precincts in the world, hosting around 600 events and attracting more than two million people every year.
Development Victoria is working with Sport and Recreation Victoria, Melbourne and Olympic Parks and Tennis Australia to manage the redevelopment.
- Sport and Recreation Victoria
- Melbourne and Olympic Parks
- Tennis Australia