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AAMI Park, Melbourne

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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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  • What's said in the title pretty much sums it up! I'm a Melbourne Storm member and go to the ground a couple of times a month throughout March to September. I've never been to a sporting stadium in the...  more »
  • What a great stadium, haven't been there for a few years but what a place to watch football - rugby union. Seating is brilliant, great, can see clearly wherever you sit in the house. Food is close by ...  more »
  • Attended Rebels v Brumbies. Easy to access the stadium by public transport. Sat on the eastern side, upper level. View was excellent and felt close to the action. Small crowd so lines for food & drink...  more »
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  • Melbourne's boutique (30,000 seat) rectangular stadium. Excellent place to watch Football (soccer), Rugby Union & Rugby League. There is not a bad seat in the house with unobstructed views from all seats. Excellent wheelchair seating and facilities. Surprisingly good food selection. The only down side are the food and bar prices. If coming here for a musical concert, do not book in in the sides of the stadium as there is an accoustic issue that will ruin the show for you.
  • Deceptive and misleading. Took out a policy with AAMI under the commitment that they had Porsche accredited repairers. Paid high premiums reflecting that fact. Made a claim because my car was vandalised. Turns out AAMI do not have a Porsche accredited repairer. Despite this, they have a repairer falsely claiming they are Porsche accredited. AAMI tried to refer us to this repairer. We said no - let us get two quotes from the 2 actual Porsche accredited repairers in Victoria. Claim rejected unless we got the car repaired by a repairer that has no qualifications to repair a Porsche. Deceptive and misleading conduct in terms of sales pitch versus actual delivery. If you drive a Premium car go to a premium insurer. If I could score a zero I would!
  • Best rectangular sport stadium in Victoria. Looks great. Easy access. Adequate customer services. Good location in the "sports precinct". Close proximity to rail and tram services. Limited car parking in the area.
  • Fantastic venue! Home of the Melbourne Rebels rugby team - definitely worth taking in a game if you are in town for a home game. Excellent amenities and a very friendly, well planned stadium that is served well by public transport (Richmond Railway station is closest).
  • Enjoyed my visits here great to watch Melbourne Storm play. Easy access to the train station, only a 10 minute walk. Negatives would be the ground is getting to small to hold some matches. The food in the Clubhouse was terrible but I believe this has now been fixed.