Australian Open 2019
January in Melbourne means one thing: the Australian Open is back to stun tennis fans. This year, the Australian Open is set to be bigger and better than ever, with dining, on-site bars and activities for the kids.
Here's a few activities to keep you entertained during this year’s Australian Open!
Australian Open Sports Film Festival
Making its debut at this year's Australian Open, fans will be able to get their daily fix of sporting action at the inaugural AO Sports Film Festival.
Over the 14 days of the tournament, daily screenings will take place at three unique locations; AO Tennis Club at Birrarung Marr, The Glasshouse and AO Ballpark.
Screenings daily: 6:00pm (1:00pm from Jan 25-27)
Australian Open Live Stage
Undoubtedly one of the popular events of the Australian Open, the AO Live stage will be returning for 2019.
With 15 days of consecutive music, including the hugely popular Coopers Saturday on 19 January, the AO Live stage is a must this month.
The AO Live Stage, at Birrarung Marr, opens from 3pm each day, except Coopers Saturday which will commence at 10am.
Where to watch the Australian Open Final
Enjoy the action on a big screen with a drink in hand at one of the many venues around town that will be screening both matches this weekend. Key locations include:
Be sure to pull up a deckchair, slap on some sunscreen and enjoy Australia’s biggest tennis tournament with other fans at the Kia Tennis Live Site located at Federation Square.
Daily from 14 January until 27 January: 11am - late
The Common Man, South Wharf
Location at 39 Dukes Walk, The Common Man has the perfect pop up Outdoor Cinema to catch all the best matches this Australian Open.
Australian Open Ballpark
The Australian Open Ballpark is the ideal summer family experience. This mini theme park, it is the perfect hub for all things entertainment. Catering to the kids’ happy imaginations, the Ballpark is packed with fun and games for everyone!