18 – 31 January 2021
The Australian Open kicks off the Grand Slam tennis season in January, and plays out during the heat of the Melbourne summer.
Due to the rising temperatures, as the day wears on, much of the action takes place in the evening under lights which makes this event particularly enjoyable. The Rod Laver Arena, Hisense Arena and the Margaret Court Arena are all equipped with retractable roofs.
The 2020 event saw Novak Djokovic storm to a thrilling 5-set Final win over Dominic Thiem, with Sofia Kenin winning her first Australian Open title in the Women's draw, beating Garbine Muguruza in a nail-biting 3-setter.
Melbourne is popular with tennis fans from all over the world, but it is the city's relaxed ambiance and feast of activities, cuisine and culture that draws them in.
We can easily custom-make your Australian Open package to include your flights and transfers, and even extend your stay in the World’s Most Liveable City. Your package will include premium position Australian Open tickets, with options to enjoy further hospitality at the event. Fill out our easy enquiry form and one of our consultants will be in touch to discuss your travel plans to watch Melbourne’s greatest tournament.
Packages sold in conjunction with Sportsnet Holidays – an Official Tour Operator of Australian Open 2021.
Voted the World’s Most Liveable City for five consecutive years, Melbourne lives up to its easygoing reputation. Here you will find great food, good wines, exciting outdoor activities and a thriving arts scene. From its creative city centre and buzzing neighbourhood hubs to its beaches, wineries and alpine villages, Melbourne is a destination for everyone. With plenty to do in the city, start with a visit to Federation Square. Melbourne’s piazza-style meeting place is home to cultural attractions, world-class events, tourism experiences and a wide variety of restaurants, bars and speciality stores. Head to the Southbank Precinct to discover hole-in-the-wall galleries, cruise down the Yarra River on a boat tour or catch the ferry to Williamstown for a day of fishing. Take a stroll through the beachside suburb of St Kilda, or wander around the city’s famous Laneways lined with public art, boozy hideouts and coffee shops. Melbourne is the coffee capital of Australia, so you are sure to find your perfect brew here!