How To Attend & Watch The 2023 Australian Open
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— 16 January 2023

How To Attend & Watch The 2023 Australian Open

— 16 January 2023
Nick Kenyon
Nick Kenyon

This year’s Australian Open kicks off on January 16th, which marks the beginning of an exciting two weeks of competition, which will finish on January 29th. No matter if you’re keen to attend and see all the action up close, or prefer to watch the Grand Slam from the comfort of your own home, there’s everything you need to know for the 2023 Australian Open.

Where The 2023 Australian Open Takes Place

The Australian Open takes place at Melbourne Park sporting complex, which is a short walk from the edge of Melbourne’s CBD and Flinders Street Train Station. The venue has plenty of space outside for ride-sharing and taxi pick-ups and drop-offs, but if you prefer to enjoy the full Melbourne experience and hop on a tram, the city is offering free rides for Australian Open ticket holders on Route 70 and Route 70a trams between stop D6-Flinders Street West and stop 7C-MCG Gates 4-7/John Cain Arena during the tournament.

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The complex is home to a total of 33 hard courts (and six clay courts), including the famed Rod Laver Arena, Margaret Court Arena and Kia Arena. In addition to the on-court entertainment, the complex will also contain a number of bars and fast food restaurants to enjoy outside the stadiums, as well as fun for the whole family with a program of events for kids featuring Peppa Pig, Batman and the Looney Tunes gang.

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Tickets To The 2023 Australian Open

Tickets to attend the Australian Open start from just $19 for a night ground pass and $59 for an all-day ground pass. To watch the finals games, expect to pay between $200-$350 for the semi-finals and $300-$1,100 for the finals.

How To Watch The 2023 Australian Open

If you’d prefer to watch the tennis from the comfort of your own air-conditioned living room, you can check out all the action on Stan Sport (subscription required) or free to air on the Nine Network (including on the 9Now app).

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Nick Kenyon
Nick Kenyon is the Editor of Boss Hunting, joining the team after working as the Deputy Editor of luxury watch magazine Time+Tide. He has a passion for watches, with other interests across style, sports and more. Get in touch at nick (at)


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