How suite it is - watching the big games in style
29 Jul 2013
THE big games roll on at Stadium Australia with a series of season-defining matches across three codes in the countdown to September.
Hot on the heels of the series-deciding Lions Test – when rugby drew a sellout crowd of 83,702 to the Stadium – the Australian Wallabies are eyeing a shot at history against Trans-Tasman rivals the New Zealand All Blacks in the opening game of The Rugby Championship on Saturday 17 August.
This is the chance for you and your guests to witness the fierce Wallabies v All Blacks rivalry from the comfort of your own private suite or corporate box. But you'll need to move fast as Game 1 of the series looms as another full house at Stadium Australia.
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Stadium Australia hosts 110 private suites, 112 open corporate boxes and eight dining rooms – the Millennium Room alone holds up to 1000 guests.
There’s the plush Arena restaurant, the Stadium Australia Members’ lounges and terraces, and Xseat or premium seat lounges.
Why not watch one of the five season definers – Swans v Collingwood on Saturday 10 August, Wallabies v All Blacks on Saturday 17 August, Rabbitohs v Bulldogs on Friday 23 August, Swans v Hawthorn on (TBC) 29 Aug-Sep 1, or Rabbitohs v Roosters on Friday 6 September from the comfort of your own private suite open corporate box, or lounge. Or lock in your NRL Grand Final corporate hospitality option.
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