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Domain Stadium, Subiaco

(1.8/5 based on 65+ reviews on the web)
Domain Stadium is located between Subiaco Road and Roberts Road, 5kms west of Perth's CBD. The oval is owned by the City of Subiaco, but managed and operated by Perth Stadium Management (www.perthstadiummanagement.com.au)

Domain Stadium is the home ground to both Perth-based AFL teams - the West Coast Eagles and the Fremantle Football Club. Subiaco Football Club and the West Coast Eagles administrative, player and supporter bases are also housed at the oval.

The Stadium attracts around 1 million visitors each year to a variety of events including AFL, International Rugby, Soccer, Corporate Functions, Concerts and Festivals.
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  • Most seats are a long way from the action & the small TV type monitors must have been there forever. Toilet & food facilities are not much better than hopeless. Do not attend for Rugby or Soccer Footb...  more »
  • Attended the Westcoast vs Hawthorn match. This was the first time I had been to this oval. Seemingly there will be a new one soon. This one has to go. It is extremely old with very hard bench seats wh...  more »
  • Its done a great job over many many years but nothing can hide the fact that this stadium is 10 years past its used by date. The list is endless, many seats that you can only see 40% of the playing ar...  more »
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  • Domain Stadium has a dominating name. It has a ring to it! As much as I loved this place, the only thing that was disappointing is how hard it was to find food to buy and having had spent the my day there with my daughter, it was tedious to walk around with an exhausted child
  • Great game atmosphere. Excellent corporate bix service
  • If you pay to see your team win, and they win, good. But don't expect a refund if they lose. It doesn't work like that. Also, smuggle in your own food and drink. Will cost an arm and a leg, your soul, your firstborn, and you'll need to remortgage your house for a bottle of water and a sausage roll. Forget about the sauce.
  • Was there to see Eagles play Fremantle great day food and beer were fine was on a visit from Scotland
  • This stadium is an utter joke. Everything about it was built wrong. They upgraded the City end, NAB stand and 3 tier Stand but why did they keep those god awful wooden benches in the 2 tier stand. So patrons can enjoy the nostalgia of having splinters in their bums! Those benches should have been made into a bonfire. Cannot wait for the new Perth Stadium in 2018.