AO Guide

Australian Open 2021: Make the most of your AO experience

The Australian Open 2021 is now moving into a single fan zone, meaning your ticket gets you in to enjoy all the off-court action.

From mouthwatering food options to exciting live entertainment, the Melbourne Park precinct is buzzing with atmosphere to soak in and tastes to explore.

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Eat and drink your way around the precinct

If you’re the sort of person who enjoys an abundance of options, then Grand Slam Oval is the place to be.

With drink options courtesy of favourites including Squealing Pig Wine Bar, the Peroni Apertivo Bar and the Canadian Club Bar.

You’ll also find delectable food such as Miznon’s Israeli-inspired dishes, Chef Scott Pickett delivering Atrium Bar with a stunning backdrop of the Yarra and live music, delicious Japanese food at Hiro Sushi, and AO faves Royale Brothers for all your grilled treats.

Head over to the Practice Village treat yourself to a refreshing treat from Proud & Punch, or a delicious lamb flat bread from Little Plates Caravan.

Garden Square hosts the incredible Kitchen Garden by The Commons – serving up fresh local produce. Even lounge around in the private Garden Cabanas with premium dining options for you and your friends.

Still want more? Over by the Western Courts, you’ll find the Best of Bellarine and the Hot Chicken Project led by Chef Aaron Turner – perfect for grab n go bites to keep you moving between matches. Plus there’s the Grainshaker Australian Vodka bar and Four Pines Bar to quench your thirst, and a shopping precinct for some retail therapy.

Find out more about all the food and drink on offer at AO2021.

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Places to relax soak up all the on-court action

The new look Practice Village is sure to excite – with art installations and new seating areas to watch the world’s best warm up. This is your chance to get up close to your faves.

Hang out in the atmospheric Garden Square, where you’ll find the AO big screen – perfect for relaxing in the sunshine while enjoying all the best on-court action.

The AO Hilltop will once again host Canadian Club’s Racquet Club – returning to Upper Terrace with DJ tunes and big screen tennis action.

Don’t miss any of the action on the outside courts, from fast-paced doubles to hotly-contested wheelchair singles matches, your ticket gives you access to it all.

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