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In 2016-17 Melbourne United will split their home games between venues at Melbourne Olympic Park and the State Netball Hockey Centre.

 

Hisense Arena 

Please note that tickets to Hisense Arena games will be available to purchase through ticketek.com.au from late August. Stay tuned for more information.

Hisense Arena is located within Melbourne and Olympic Parks, the heart of the Melbourne sporting precinct. With capacity of approximately 10,000 people, the Hisense Arena games provide a significant opportunity for basketball fans, and event goers in general, to experience high level basketball and non-stop entertainment!

Hisense Arena Website

 

How to get there

A short walk from Flinders Street train station via the William Barak footbridge, Melbourne and Olympic Parks is located opposite the Westpac Centre, AAMI Park and the Tan Running track.

 

Tram

• Tram 70 (Wattle Park)
• Tram 48 (North Balwyn) and Tram 75 (Vermont South)

 

Train

Richmond Station is walking distance of the Melbourne & Olympic Parks precinct. The addition of the Champions Walk and William Barak Bridge from Birrarung Marr makes a short pleasurable walk from the City, Federation Square and along the Yarra.

 

Bus

• Bus 605 (City – Gardenvale)
• Bus 246 (Latrobe Uni – Elsternwick Station)

 

Parking information

There is very limited event parking throughout the Melbourne & Olympic Parks precinct. Melbourne Park car parks are accessible via Entrance D (off Olympic Blvd) only and costs $30.

 

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Margaret Court Arena 

Please note that tickets to Margaret Court Arena games will be available to purchase through ticketek.com.au from October. Stay tuned for more information.

Margaret Court Arena is located within Melbourne & Olympic Parks in the heart of Melbourne, and in conjunction with the MCG, is collectively known as the sports and entertainment precinct. The recently redeveloped venue can hold around 7,500 basketball fans on any given game day.

Margaret Court Arena website

 

How to get there

A short walk from Flinders Street train station via the William Barak footbridge, Melbourne and Olympic Parks is located opposite the Westpac Centre, AAMI Park and the Tan Running track.

 

Tram

• Tram 70 (Wattle Park)
• Tram 48 (North Balwyn) and Tram 75 (Vermont South)

 

Train

Richmond Station is walking distance of the Melbourne & Olympic Parks precinct. The addition of the Champions Walk and William Barak Bridge from Birrarung Marr makes a short pleasurable walk from the City, Federation Square and along the Yarra.

 

Bus

• Bus 605 (City – Gardenvale)
• Bus 246 (Latrobe Uni – Elsternwick Station)

 

Parking information

There is very limited event parking throughout the Melbourne & Olympic Parks precinct. Melbourne Park car parks are accessible via Entrance D (off Olympic Blvd) only and costs $30.

 

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The State Netball Hockey Centre 

The State Netball Hockey Centre is located on Brens Drive, Royal Park, adjacent to the Royal Melbourne Zoological Gardens (Melways Ref. Map 29 D12 or Map 2A H1).

The State Netball Hockey Centre 

 

How to get there

Located three kilometres from the CBD and easily accessible by Citylink and Public Transport, with a tramline running along the rear of the complex and Royal Park Train Station only 5 minutes walk away.

 

Public Transport

Tram route 55 stops at SNHC (stop #24) along with train services via the Upfield Line, stopping at Royal Park station. Bicycle racks are located outside the main entrance to the centre.
As parking is fairly limited, SNHC actively promotes the use of public transport, particularly to event patrons.

 

Parking

Limited parking is available at a cost allocated by the venue. Members and Sponsors have access to limited reserved parking which can be allocated with the membership team.

 

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