Largest Tennis Arenas in Australia
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  Overview

Which is the largest tennis arena in Australia?
The largest tennis arena in Australia is Rod Laver Arena of Victoria with a maximum seating capacity of 16,200 spectators.The seating capacities of the tennis arenas in Australia range from capacities of 7,000 spectators to 16,200 spectators, with the average tennis arena being able to host around 11,091.0 spectators.

 Compare Rod Laver Arena with Margaret Court Arena


  Top 30 ranks, by capacity in descending order ( rank and segment full dataset - 101 items )

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States and cities with the most large-capacity tennis arenas
The state with the most large-capacity tennis arenas is Victoria,while the city with the most tennis arenas is Melbourne.


Let's check out some of these largest tennis arenas in Australia.

Rod Laver Arena.

Rod Laver Arena is the 2nd largest indoor arena by capacity in Australia.

Rod Laver Arena is an indoor arena located in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. It has a seating capacity of up to 16,200 spectators.

The indoor arena hosts events for sports such as Tennis.

 

 Compare Rod Laver Arena with Central Queensland University from Rockhampton.


Perth Arena.

Perth Arena is the 3rd largest indoor arena by capacity in Australia.

Perth Arena is an indoor arena that can seat up to 14,846 spectators. It is located in Perth, Western Australia, Australia.

The indoor arena is home to Perth Wildcats and West Coast Fever and is a venue for sports such as Basketball and tennis.

 

 Compare Perth Arena with Ken Rosewell Arena from Sydney.

 Compare Perth Arena with AIS Arena from Canberra.


Melbourne Arena.

Melbourne Arena is an indoor arena that can seat up to 10,500 spectators. It is located in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

The indoor arena hosts sports events for Basketball and tennis. Melbourne Arena is home to teams such as Melbourne United and Melbourne Vixens

 

 Compare Melbourne Arena with Brisbane Entertainment Centre from Brisbane.

 Compare Melbourne Arena with University Of Sydney from Sydney.


Ken Rosewell Arena.

Located in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, Ken Rosewell Arena is an indoor arena which can accommodate up to 10,500 spectators.

The indoor arena is a venue for sports events such as Tennis.

 

 Compare Ken Rosewell Arena with Pat Rafter Arena from Brisbane.

 Compare Ken Rosewell Arena with Titanium Security Arena from Adelaide.


Margaret Court Arena.

Located in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, Margaret Court Arena is an indoor arena which can accommodate up to 7,500 spectators.

The indoor arena hosts sports events for Netball and tennis.

 

 Compare Margaret Court Arena with Pat Rafter Arena from Brisbane.


Pat Rafter Arena.

Located in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, Pat Rafter Arena is an indoor arena which can accommodate up to 7,000 spectators.

The indoor arena is a venue for sports such as Tennis.

 

 Compare Pat Rafter Arena with State Basketball Centre from Melbourne.

 Compare Pat Rafter Arena with HBF Stadium from Perth.


Datasets on Stadiums and Arenas

Largest Sports Venues   Australia   |   Victoria   |   Australian Capital Territory   |   New South Wales   |   Queensland   |   South Australia   |   Western Australia   |   Melbourne   |   Adelaide   |   Brisbane   |   Canberra   |   Perth   |   Sydney
Largest Indoor Arenas   Australia   |   New South Wales   |   Queensland   |   Victoria   |   Melbourne
Largest Outdoor Stadiums   Australia   |   Victoria   |   New South Wales   |   Queensland   |   Western Australia   |   Melbourne   |   Brisbane   |   Perth   |   Sydney
Largest Venues By Sport   Football   |   Cricket   |   Soccer   |   Rugby   |   Baseball   |   Basketball   |   Netball   |   Tennis


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