Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney Olympic Park
(3.5/5 based on 170+ reviews on the web)
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  • Enjoyed the venue itself. Great location, quick bar service, ok seating. But the taxi driver didn't even know how to enter the place. We had dinner booked at restaurant we accessed through a carpark a...  more »
  • The staff at the venue are efficient and polite. That's as far as my compliments go. The food, beverages and souvenirs are terribly overpriced and the queues for them and the bathroom are far too long...  more »
  • Came here for RnB Fridays Live. When we entered Olympic Park signs clearly told us where to head for parking. However as you drive you feel like you're miles away from the arena. Its a bit confusing b...  more »
  • Awesome experience seeing the Sydney Kings play. The experience was seemless. Our ticket actually "expired" due to us getting there a bit late. The concierge staff were amazing and hooked us up with physical tickets to get in Super easy. Was a fantastic night with an excellent presenter, a new stage and a whopping centre structure. Cleanliness was amazing, atmosphere was amazing, seats were amazing. How the hell do we fault this??
  • Location: Well it's Sydney Olympic Park, say no more :) Service: Front security were nice, lovely & friendly. Decor: N/A. Atmosphere: There was no big presence security inside, a very relaxed atmosphere. Bathrooms: N/A. Value for money: Crap, $9.60 for 2 bottle of water is a bit rich. Drinks: Line was way too long for even contemplating on getting any alcohol. Food: All we saw on Level: 1 was wraps, confectionary, chips & soft drinks. Food outside the entrance was Yum Cha & it was a fantastic setup. He had steamed buns on offer, chicken to pork to prawn etc... Synopsis: Great venue for large events with cheap parking on-site, $5 p/h :)
  • A cavern, with sound design that blows hot and cold depending on the show. Service there is decent and the layout is great given the number of people a sold out show has to shift. The food and bevs are over-priced but name a theatre in Sydney where this isn't the case. For a big production show, this is your perfect arena. Unless it sells out, it tends to rattle, and intimate mode sucks. Bit of a schlepp to get to, but it's the only place in town that seats over 10,000 people. We could do worse.
  • Good venue for a concert how ever food is over priced and staff are clueless. Telling people with the correct wrist band that they are not allowed into an area and letting others with the wrong wrist bands move freely between all sections when they are meant to be seated only.
  • Here for Hillsong Conference. Great venue with good parking and train to CBD.