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AAMI Park, Melbourne

(4.5/5 based on 320+ reviews on the web)
AAMI Park morphs to accommodate everything from rock stars to sports gods. The rectangular pitch-shaped stadium is designed to hold the city’s soccer and rugby games. Explore the outdoor sports stadium when its tenants such as Melbourne Rebels and Victoria Maidens play there. The stadium has covered seats with lots of aisles, making the seats easy to reach. You will have unobstructed views of the game since the complex is free from pillars or walls. Look up to admire the domed roof that substantially covers the seating area and gives the stadium its strong identity. Plan to see AAMI Park and other attractions that appeal to you using our Melbourne vacation trip planner.
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TripAdvisor
  • We attended a concert at the venue. Under prepared for the crowd queuing with GA tickets. No shelter from the heat and no readily accessible toilets. the exit from the GA area was terrible and if ther...  more »
  • Concert amazing First time I have been to aami park and it's not a bad venue Well organised despite the hugs queues! Good venue 
  • I've been a regular visitor to this excellent wee stadium - football, rugby and now the recent Bruce Springsteen concert. Easily accessible - Trains from Richmond or Flinders, walk from the CBD along ...  more »
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  • The atmosphere here is great if there's a decent crowd. Seating all round is good and you feel pretty close to the action. Food and drinks, as per any sporting stadium really, is way overpriced, but the service is pretty good.
  • Absolutely loved this place. Wonderful atmosphere, the food is unbelievable and the grass and stadium looks amazing. Where ever you sit, you can see the game perfectly! Beautiful place. 6/5 stars.
  • I visit everytime NRL Storm play. Easy to access and quick to leave after the game. Only gave 4/5 stars due to the price of food. Absolute robbery...
  • good stadium, clean seating is fine. see the monster jam here at night. safe venue. food is good. mid beer only...
  • As more of an AFL based fan, I've found myself attending a few NRL games at AAMI Park with a friend this year and I have to admit, as a stadium this is one awesome place. The first thing I can say is that the atmosphere at this place is pretty sweet- as the capacity is around 30,000 it's a nice small crowd, but this allows the atmosphere to build and a more enjoyable time to be had. Additionally, due to the small size; most seats you will have a good view of the pitch and thus what you paid money for. However; be aware that depending where you're sitting, you may have to either look at the screen at the other end of the ground or twist your neck uncomfortably to the side. (This is only a minor irritant and not even one at all if you don't care about stats or replays etc). The amenities for the punters are quite good overall; plenty of toilets in a clean state, and heaps of drinking and eating concessions . While serving a different purpose then the bigger brother MCG across the road; AAMI Park is a brilliant venue to visit if you ever get the chance