Accor Stadium

A grand stage for Sydney’s major sports and entertainment events, Accor Stadium has welcomed more than 30 million visitors since it was purpose-built for the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games. Unforgettable moments staged at the Stadium have become part of Australia’s sport and entertainment folklore – Cathy Freeman’s dash that unified the nation, the John Aloisi penalty shootout heart-stopper that broke the Socceroos’ 32-year World Cup hoodoo, the exhilaration and despair of the 2003 Rugby World Cup final, the Rabbitohs winning their first NRL title in 43 years, and so many legends created in the heat of battle in Grand Finals, Origin showdowns, Bledisloe Cup Test matches and football blockbusters.

International sporting superstars such as David Beckham, Alessandro Del Piero, Ryan Giggs and Jonny Wilkinson have graced the hallowed turf at major events, including the Rugby World Cup, British and Irish Lions Test, and visits by Football super clubs Manchester United, Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, Arsenal, Liverpool and Juventus.

Accor Stadium has also hosted many of the world’s biggest entertainment acts such as AC/DC, Adele, The Rolling Stones, U2, Ed Sheeran, Justin Bieber, Bon Jovi, Foo Fighters, Taylor Swift, Queen & Adam Lambert, and Eminem.

The Stadium has become part of the social fabric of NSW and plays a significant role in the community. In February 2020, a Fire Fight Australia concert ran for 10 hours, featured 23 acts, attracted 75,000 fans and a TV audience of millions as $10.7 million was raised for the national bushfire appeals.

Accor Stadium is owned by Venues NSW on behalf of the NSW Government.

Optus Stadium

Optus Stadium is owned by the Western Australian State Government and proudly operated by VenuesLive. Construction of the venue began in December 2013, with the Stadium officially opening on Sunday 21 January 2018.

The Stadium and the surrounding Park is located east of the Perth Central Business District, on the Burswood Peninsula. With views of the picturesque Swan River and Perth city in the west and the foothills in the east, this 60,000 seat, world-class, multi-purpose Stadium hosts a variety of sports and entertainment events, including Australian Football League, International and Big Bash League cricket, soccer, rugby league and union, plus concerts.

The surrounding Stadium Park precinct provides year-round access for visitors of all ages to enjoy the nature playgrounds in the Chevron Parkland, the BHP Boardwalk and Amphitheatre, picnic and barbeque areas, public art as well as a myriad of recreational facilities. There is also the opportunity to dine in the buffet or a la carte restaurants that overlook the Swan River.

CommBank Stadium

CommBank Stadium is a 30,000-seat purpose-built rectangular stadium in the heart of Parramatta, Sydney’s second CBD. Featuring the steepest grandstands in the country and amazing sightlines from all seats, it takes fans closer to the action than ever before. It offers an awesome live sport and entertainment experience in a lively precinct that is part of the fabric of Western Sydney.

The Stadium officially opened in April 2019 and hosts a range of sport and entertainment events including Rugby League, Rugby Union and Football and concerts. It is also a thriving hub of community activity, hosting an array of meetings and special events throughout the year.

CommBank Stadium is owned by Venues NSW, on behalf of the NSW Government.

Central Coast Stadium

Central Coast Stadium (capacity 20,060) is a purpose-built rectangular stadium and one of the most picturesque venues in the Southern Hemisphere. Sitting pretty on the banks of Brisbane Water, the southern end of the ground is open ended and offers sweeping views of the waterway and a snapshot of the world-famous Central Coast of NSW.

The Stadium is home to the Central Coast Mariners Football Club competing in the A-Leagues and regularly hosts NRL games and Super Rugby matches, along with other sport and entertainment events. In recent years, the South Sydney Rabbitohs and the Sydney Roosters have called Central Coast Stadium home during the NRL season.

Central Coast Stadium is owned by Central Coast Council. VenuesLive was appointed operator of the Stadium in May 2022, with a transition of management to commence on 1 July 2022.

VenuesLive is committed to helping Central Coast Stadium realise its true potential – becoming a thriving hub of sport and entertainment on the Coast, with local fans bringing the colour, energy and excitement to events.

Central Coast Stadium is a venue for everyone . . . also welcoming business, community, charity and cultural activities.