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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. Using our world travel planner, Melbourne attractions like AAMI Park can form part of a personalized travel itinerary.
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AAMI Park reviews
Went to the Elton John concert in 13 Jan 23 - appalling! We had row z seats and the were covered in bird poo - at least 5 or 6 rows of seats were covered in bird poo. Why is this not cleaned by the.... more
Went to the Elton John concert in 13 Jan 23 - appalling! We had row z seats and the were covered in bird poo - at least 5 or 6 rows of seats were covered in bird poo. Why is this not cleaned by the.... more »
Pros - Great views almost anywhere you sit - Nice green on white aesthetic - Good air/breeze - Clubhouse is great fun Cons - Have to show your ticket everytime you enter after going to the...
Pros - Great views almost anywhere you sit - Nice green on white aesthetic - Good air/breeze - Clubhouse is great fun Cons - Have to show your ticket everytime you enter after going to the... more »
Hadn't been for years, but seeing how simple the entry was, great seats regardless of spot, plenty of toilets and food stalls. Genuinely stoked to go back for sports I may not normally watch.
AAMI Park is fine for concerts but not my favourite venue. Seen some legends here though, Bruce Springsteen, Paul McCartney and 13.1 on his farewell tour, Elton John. The venue had a number of merchandise stands which was great and chips were fine however the bottom level, when crowded with people, like being in a sauna, oh it was so bad, thought I'd pass out. I've never been here for soccer but can see how venue works for it. However big issue at AAMI Park, no wi-fi. Why So I'm confused AAMI. Lucky you're with AAMI, not here.
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