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Have an ace time at the Brisbane International

Posted By Holly On December 17, 2013

Experience all the action at the Brisbane International this December and January. Have an ace time at the Brisbane International

Get set to enjoy one of Australia's premier sporting events when you head to Brisbane this summer.

The Brisbane International runs from January 29 through to December 5, meaning you can enjoy a full week of spectacular sporting action.

Where to stay

The tournament will take place at the Queensland Tennis Centre on King Arthur Terrace in Tennyson, so you'll want to book your holiday accommodation close to the action. The newly refurbished Mantra on Queen is a short drive away down the Pacific Highway and is the perfect place to relax after a long day in the sun.

Mantra South Bank is another option for those who want to experience all Brisbane has to offer. From here you can explore the South Bank Parklands and weekend markets, make use of the River Cats and indulge at the restaurants and bars in South Bank. Enjoy all this while being only a short drive from the tennis centre and a stroll across the river to the CBD. 


"The Brisbane International runs from January 29 through to December 5, meaning you can enjoy a full week of spectacular sporting action.


Who's playing?

Die-hard tennis fans and interested onlookers alike will be thrilled with the line-up for this year's Brisbane International. Giants of the sport such as Roger Federer, Serena Williams, Victoria Azarenka and our very own Lleyton Hewitt will be serving up drama, action and excitement all week.

Family fun

If you're bringing your kids along for the fun, make sure you register for the Suncorp Sunwise Kids Day on Monday 30 December. The day will see beloved Nickelodeon characters take to the courts and thrill young tennis fans with their sporting prowess.

Tickets and getting there

Purchase your tickets now from Ticketek. You can get single match passes or buy package deals, so the choice is yours as to how many games you attend! Once you've got your tickets you are entitled to free travel on selected TransLink services, so it's easier than ever to get to the venue. Parking restrictions apply during the tournament so it's recommended you make the most of Brisbane's many public transport options.


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