Australian Open 2016
Tennis Tours to Melbourne
All Sports Travel is proud to be an
Official UK Tour Operator for the
Australian Open 2016.
Let us tailor-make your dream trip to Melbourne.
The Australian Open is the traditional current raiser of the tennis year, making it one of the most exciting tournaments on the tour.
The first of the four Grand Slam events, the Australian Open brings together the biggest names in the game as they descend on Australia’s cool and vibrant city, Melbourne, to battle it out for the title. Enjoy the atmosphere of Flinders Park where thousands of spectators visit each day to support their favourite players and soak up the top class tennis on display.
With All Sports Travel you get to witness the magic for yourself with our great value, official tennis tours. We have access to all sessions during the competition, including the final stages. Simply contact us and let us know what tennis you would like to see...
Not only is the Australian open a great tournament to watch, but with the tennis starting on the 18th of January, it's also the perfect time to visit Australia. Why not enjoy the Great Ocean Road on days off from the tennis, or watch a match at the famous MCG cricket ground. Whatever happens on the court, you are sure to have a great time in Melbourne.
We can tailor-make your arrangements to fit with any schedule you desire with all accommodation, international flights and transfers included. If you would like some ideas, here are some of the days at the tennis that All Sports Travel recommend*...
Day One (18th Jan) - Watch men's and women's seeds take on their first round matches against qualifiers and lower-ranked players - expect some upsets! The Rod Laver Arena's exuberant atmosphere makes for a great day of entertainment.
Day Five (22nd Jan) - As you enter the end of the first week, seeded players start to come up against real competitors in the third round. Last year Roger Federer was knocked out by Andreas Seppi in a thrilling four-setter during the afternoon session, a match followed by a comprehensive three set win by Rafael Nadal in the evening.
Day Nine (26th Jan) - The singles draw enters the quarter-final stage, with big names guaranteed. While the doubles contest makes its way onto the Rod Laver Arena for some fast-paced exciting tennis. .
Day Thirteen (30th Jan) - Head to the afternoon session to watch the girls' and boys' singles final to see the champions of the future, or see the evening's session with the women's singles final and Men's Doubles the main events.
Day Fourteen (31st Jan) - The mixed doubles final in the afternoon is always a great watch, followed by the marquee match in the Men's singles final. The atmosphere on the final day at the Rod Laver Arena is truly spectacular and something you have to experience!
*Actual matches are subject to tournament scheduling
All Sports Travel can incorporate any standard of hotel you desire into your travel package (subject to availability). Here are three of our favourites that are all walking distance from the tennis...
Novotel on Collins 4*
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Crowne Plaza 4*
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Travelodge Southbank 4*
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Simply contact us with your specific requirements so we can tailor-make your travel arrangements for your trip of a lifetime - including flights, accommodation, transfers, excursions, and of course your preferred tennis sessions throughout the Australian Open.