Last time I visited, there were some fresh salads and a carvery filling rolls, so above average for similar places. It's a good venue. For first-timers in Melbourne, it's worth a visit and, it also provides a good opportunity to take a stroll and check out the sports museum at the G - you can be sure to have heaps of fun! This is a great venue to see concerts and productions on stage. Enjoyment can pretty much come down to where your seat is - you don't really want to be sitting side-on twisting your neck for a few hours - and if you are in General Admin or floor seats near the stage you can kid yourself it's a more intimidate gig than it is. Yes, Roxette are still around. The patrons at the dinner function that was going on in there were ridiculously loud and we could hear everything! You get to see the dressing rooms where Roger, Raffa and Novak are before a match. Great outdoor grassed area to watch the Australian Open when it is on, as well as to read a book and immerse yourself in nature; especially during the sun, and always remember to put on some sunscreen as the sun can be quite strong in this particular area.
The other facilities are amazingmore than enough bathrooms, helpful staff, TVs outside the doors, water fountains. Obviously much better for tennis than gigs! The venue is not so large that the stage performers are miles away. You get to see the trophies and also the press room. They will gladly let you know that these were the first stadiums in the Grand Slams that came with retractable roofs and it's a really cool facility. It is one of the few places I have been to watch sport or a concert and walked away thinking "this place is great! The toilets are great, and there are plenty of them. The sheer size of this establishment, as well as the facilities on offer easily makes the Rod Laver Arena a world class establishment; that needs to be seen and visited to be appreciated. Seats at the ends are sheltered form the sun by the roof, so a better bet for the sun smart among us. It's pretty big, has good facilities and can hold a sizeable crowd. Seeing Bruce Springsteen was amazing, and I would attend other shows to see it mere mortals can also put on a good display here. Definitely worth the visit. This arena is massive, and it is great that re-development works are underway right now in making this establishment even more popular and massive. It's very easy to get to by foot, public transport tram is best , taxi or private car there is parking underneath. One thing though - the seating is not hugely comfortable, but it's serviceable. Rod Laver Arena is the place to be during the Australian Open. The atmosphere there is awesome and there's always plenty going on. There's plenty of refreshments, coffee and bars in the foyer area all around the arena. I am sure they could. Yes, Roxette are still around. Venue is small so tennis matches are visible even from highest rows. Obviously it is better to sit closer for the same price but if you are holding out from buying tickets in advance because you want to make sure you will see your favourite tennis player, then most likely the back seats are the only ones you'll be able to get at the last minute. Great outdoor grassed area to watch the Australian Open when it is on, as well as to read a book and immerse yourself in nature; especially during the sun, and always remember to put on some sunscreen as the sun can be quite strong in this particular area. Yes, ticket prices are super expensive, but if you love tennis and can afford to go, take the opportunity just keep away from the sun! Home to the Australian Open, and have been fortunate to attend a couple of music concerts here.
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