Basketball and tennis fans will love the Sydney SuperDome. Renamed to Acer Arena in early 2006 through its first ever naming rights deal, Sydney Superdome is located at Olympic Park, on the corner of Olympic Boulevard and Edwin Flack Avenue.
Acer Arena (formerly Sydney SuperDome) was built at a cost of $AUD142 million. This state-of-the-art venue is the first of its kind in Australia, hosting a variety of Sydney sports events including the Sydney Olympic Games, tennis championships, motorcross races and international concerts.
This sports stadium has five levels of comfortable seating and was designed to provide the best sounding acoustics. In addition, there are four huge video screens and four scoreboards incorporated into a centrally hung gondola, so you will always have uninterrupted views of the action.
While there is casual parking or pre-booked parking available on site, Sydney Superdome (now Acer Arena) is easily accessible by public transport.
Olympic Park Railway Station is just a short, five minute walk down Olympic Boulevard. Or if you prefer to take the bus, regular bus services run to the area. There is a ferry terminal on the nearby Parramatta River and Rivercats regularly travel between here and the Parramatta and Sydney CBDs. Bus services connect the ferry terminal with the Sydney SuperDome Arena.