Tickets to Melbourne’s Australian Open on sale with a return to capacity crowds

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Tickets to Melbourne’s Australian Open on sale with a return to capacity crowds

The Australian Open, the world’s ‘Happy Slam’, is set to make its epic return to Melbourne Park 16-29 January 2023.

Tickets to the Australian Open are officially on sale as of October 12, with the first Grand Slam of the year set to welcome thousands of interstate and overseas visitors to Victoria, boosting local businesses and jobs this Summer.

Featuring family-friendly pricing and early bird booking discounts, next year’s tournament will offer even more opportunities for Victorians to join in the courtside action, watching the world’s best players as they compete for the major title.

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Tickets include Ground Pass (from $49), Rod Laver Arena Reserved Seat (from $69), Margaret Court Arena Reserved Seat (from $69), numerous ticket and dining experiences, on court seats, and fan walk on experiences. Ticket price varies dependent on date and session but you can explore the options fully here.

Following the completion of the Labor Government’s near $1 billion Melbourne Park Redevelopment, the precinct is poised to welcome capacity crowds when the tournament descends on Melbourne from 16 to 29 January 2023.

Delivering a significant contribution to the Victorian economy, the precinct attracts more than 2.5 million people across 400 events every year, which include the Australian Open. The Australian Open alone delivered a combined economic benefit of $405.3 million during 2021 and 2022, while over the past 10 years the event has contributed $2.71 billion to the Victorian economy.

“Next year’s Australian Open will again deliver the iconic sporting spectacular the world loves, while offering great value ticket prices to ensure the whole family can be part of the action,” says Minister for Tourism, Sport and Major Events Steve Dimopoulos.

Trophies from the Australian Open have commenced a grand tour, bringing the action to fans in regional Victoria with the Norman Brookes Challenge Cup and Daphne Akhurst Memorial Cup visiting more than 20 locations across the state.

The Labor Government has secured the Australian Open for a further 7 years, ensuring the renowned international event continues to draw hundreds of thousands of visitors to Victoria until 2046.

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