Venue: Sydney Olympic Park Tennis Centre
Address: Rod Laver Drive, Sydney Olympic Park
How do I purchase tickets?
Sydney International 2017 tickets will be on sale to the general public in early October. Tickets can be purchased via the following channels:
- Ticketek website: www.ticketek.com.au/booksydney
- Ticketek call centre: Australian bookings: 1300 888 104
- International bookings: +61 3 9039 9407
- Ticketek agencies: Please note that bookings at Ticketek Agencies must be made in person and Ticketek Agencies do not accept telephone enquiries.
Multi-session tickets will be on sale from 12pm, Wednesday 5 October 2016
Single session tickets will be on sale from 12pm, Wednesday 12 October 2016
To purchase tickets (subject to availability), collect tickets or for lost ticket enquiries, please go to the Box Office. Patrons collecting, making enquiries, or purchasing tickets from the Box Office should plan their arrival in anticipation of queues.
The dates for Sydney International 2017 are 8–14 January 2017.
Kid’s Tennis Day 2017 presented by Nickelodeon will be held on Sunday 8 January.
Child and concession policy
The following child and concession policy applies to the Sydney International 2017 to be held at the Sydney Olympic Park Tennis Centre.
- Children aged 3-14 years as at 1 January 2017 are entitled to purchase a child reserved seat ticket.
- Children aged 2 and under as at 1 January 2017 are entitled to enter the event at no charge; however, they must not occupy a reserved seat.
- Persons aged 15 and over as at 1 January 2017 are classified as an adult, unless they hold valid Concession identification.
All persons 14-years-old and younger must be accompanied and supervised by a parent or guardian at all times during the event.
A person must have the appropriate form of concession to purchase a concession reserved seat ticket. They must present the relevant concession documentation at point of purchase and upon entry into the event.
The following are accepted forms of concession for the purchase of tickets:
- Student cards: full time secondary students, full time tertiary students.
- Pension concession card: aged (AGE), bereavement allowance (BVA), carer (CAR), aged blind (AGE BLIND), parenting payment (single) (PPS), disability support pension (DSP), disability support blind (DSP BLIND), partner allowance (PTA), sickness allowance (SAL), special benefit (SPL), widow allowance (WDA), widow pension (WID), wife pension (WFA/WFD/WFW), new start allowance over 60 years (NSW/NMA), mature age allowance (MAA), mature age partner allowance (MPA), new start allowance (NSA), parenting payment (PPP/PPS).
- Veteran affairs and TPI.
- Healthcare card: exceptional circumstances relief (DR), sickness allowance (SA), special benefit (SL), farm help income support (FFR), new start allowance (NS), youth allowance (YA), new start mature age allowance (NMA), parenting payment (single) (PPS), low income (LI), carer allowance (CD), partner allowance (PA), mobility allowance (MO), and widow assistance (FA), family assistance (FA), child disability allowance (CDA).
- Personal treatment entitlement card: must be current. Please check the date carefully.
Tennis Australia recognises the companion card program.
All valid ticket holders will be able to access the event via the main entrance bridge. Corporate ticket holders can access the event via the corporate and accreditation bridge, which is located on the far right of the venue.
Pass-outs will be allowed. Please ensure that you retain your valid event ticket as you will be required to scan your valid event ticket on exit and again on re-entry.
First Aid will be available on site.
Toilets will be located at various positions around the stadium.
There are limited ATM facilities located within the Sydney Olympic Park Tennis Centre and there is no EFTPOS available for food and beverage. To avoid queues please come prepared with cash.
The Sydney Olympic Park Tennis Centre is a non-smoking venue. There are limited designated smoking areas available.
Bags may be subject to a random safety and security search upon entry. Please remember, bags too large to fit under a seat cannot be brought to the Sydney International. Trolley bags are not permitted inside the venue.
A wet weather and extreme heat policy exists. More information will be communicated accordingly if required.
Getting to and from the event
For full public transport and timetable information contact the Transport Info line on 131 500 or visit the Sydney Olympic Park website.
The Sydney International offers patrons using the train service a courtesy bus from the station down Olympic Boulevard to the Tennis Centre.
There is a frequent train service that runs to Sydney Olympic Park train station. Details on the train timetable can be obtained by calling the transport hotline on 131 500 or by visiting the Sydney Olympic Park website.
In 2017, all event tickets will include Train travel to and from Olympic Park station on the Sydney Trains and NSW TrainLink network.
All tickets are subject to the Transport Administration Act 1988 (NSW) and the usual conditions of train travel found in the Sydney Trains Passenger Handbook available at http://www.sydneytrains.info/travelling_with/conditions of travel/
Tickets are not valid for travel to/from:
- Sydney Domestic Airport;
Sydney International Airport; and
NSW TrainLink Regional Services that require a seat reservation
The closest parking venue to Sydney Olympic Park Tennis Centre is P3. It is located within the Sydney Olympic Park precinct. Parking can be pre-booked. For further information about parking options at Sydney Olympic Park, visit their website.
The closest parking venue to Sydney Olympic Park Tennis Centre is P3. It is located within the Sydney Olympic Park precinct. Parking can be pre-booked. For further information about parking options at Sydney Olympic Park, visit their website. Disabled access to the event will be via the main entry bridge.
Rod Laver Drive is closed to the public during the event.
Drop off/pick-up meeting point
Cars can travel down Olympic Boulevard to drop off and collect patrons within the vicinity of the main entry gates.
For the comfort and safety of patrons and players the following items are NOT allowed into SOPTC: Alcohol; animals except service animals (e.g. seeing eye dogs); any item that could be used as a weapon; beach balls & other inflatable devices, audio recorders; bicycles, scooters, skateboards and roller-blades/skates; camera tripods, monopods, telephoto camera lenses with a focal length capacity of greater than 200mm; video cameras & handy-cams; audio records; any device capable of recording, distributing and/or transmitting scoring data and other statistical information relating to the AIS for commercial purposes; drink & food cans; chairs & stools; eskies & hampers; fireworks; frisbees; helium balloons; glass (including bottles); large containers in excess of 1.5 litres; flags, banners or signs larger than 1.2m wide or with handles longer than 50 cm in length; musical instruments and/or amplification equipment; unauthorised advertising or marketing material or flyers; laser pointers, distress signals, whistles or loud hailers; dangerous goods and any other item prohibited by legislation.
Note: prams and strollers are not permitted in seating areas.