Due to the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) throughout Australia and the resulting restrictions imposed by the Federal and State governments, ANZ Stadium has been temporarily closed until further notice. We will keep you up to date any developments and please stay safe.
ANZ Stadium, also known as Stadium Australia, is a multi-purpose stadium located within the iconic Sydney Olympic Park.
It is most famous for the role it played in hosting the 2000 Summer Olympics and today hosts the annual State of Origin rugby series, as well as many other sporting events and concerts.
ANZ Stadium Sydney, Location, Capacity, Seating Plan Map & Parking
It is impossible to talk about ANZ Stadium without making mention of the many sold-out concerts that have been held here. Some of the famous musicians and music groups that have graced the stage include the Bee Gees, Adele, Justin Bieber, and Eminem. The Australian rock band AC/DC has also had many performances at the stadium, making it a popular choice for world-class acts.
One of the most amazing features at this stadium is the fact that it is Australia’s first stadium to provide free Wi-Fi connectivity to all fans and attendants both in and around the stadium.
Tours at the ANZ Stadium is a great way to experience one of Sydney’s most vibrant sporting precincts. Take on the Gantry Tour, which gives you an exhilarating bird’s eye view of the stage, or choose the Explore tour, which allows you to soak in some of Australia’s most memorable sporting and entertainment moments.
ANZ Stadium is on Edwin Flack Avenue within the Sydney Olympic Park. The closest train station to ANZ Stadium is Olympic Park, and the best way to get there is to catch a direct train from Lidcombe Station, with trains operating every 10 to 20 minutes.