Hisense Arena at Melbourne Park is home to Melbourne United, Melbourne Vixens and the Australian Open.
Built by Theiss Constructions at a cost of $65 million, the multi purpose arena was completed in 2000.
Hisense Arena extended Melbourne Park and its capacity to handle ever increasing tennis crowds, whilst also satisfying demand for another flexible multi purpose venue.
This state-of-the-art indoor-outdoor facility can host a variety of sports, including basketball, tennis, boxing, gymnastics, dancesports and cycling in its own velodrome.
Venue features include fully retractable roof, 10 minutes to close. Dynamic seating configurations, raise-able, retractable, and removable, raising the seats exposes the world class cycling velodrome. It has a larger floor area than Rod Laver Arena, steeper seating rake, allows patrons at the very top to feel like they're right in the action,
They also have corporate suites and function rooms.