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Where to buy Australian Open tickets in 2022

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It's only a matter of time before some of the greatest tennis players come together to tear up the court for another year of the Australian Open.

So if you're keen to see the world's top players then this is your guide to everything from ground passes to finals stadium tickets.

Due to COVID-19 restrictions, crowds will be capped at 50%. We recommend getting yours while you can – these tickets are flying off the shelves.

Where to book Australian Open ground passes

Ground passes aren't assigned seating but give you access to all areas of the AO precinct including all outdoors courts such as John Cain Arena, Court 1, Court 3 and 1577 Arena. Ground passes also give you access to shops, restaurants and bars around Melbourne Park.

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Adult price: From $49 each

Child price: $5 each

  • 1-day pass
  • Access to AO facilities and venues
  • Excludes Rod Laver Arena and Margaret Court
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Where to book Rod Laver Arena tickets

Rod Laver Arena is where the Australian Open will host the major matches and finals. These tickets will give you access to Rod Laver Arena, Grand Slam Oval, activities around Garden Square and Melbourne Park.

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Adult price: $105 each

Child price: $84 each

  • Access to all areas excluding Margaret Court Arena and the outside courts
  • Seat options include: Upper, Back and Lower
  • Day and night sessions available
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Where to book Margaret Court Arena tickets

Margaret Court Arena will host games for the first 7 days. These tickets will give you access to Margaret Court Arena, the outside courts, Grand Slam Oval, activities around Garden Square and Melbourne Park.

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Ticketmaster

Adult price: $62 each

Child price: $50 each

  • Access to all areas excluding Rod Laver Arena
  • Day and night sessions available
  • Tickets available for the 1st to 4th rounds
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Save up to 10% when booking tickets for 10 or more people with Ticketmaster.

Frequently asked questions about the Australian Open

What are the Australian Open dates in 2022?

17-30 January 2022.

When do Australian Open tickets go on sale?

Tickets went on sale from 23 December 2021, 12pm AEST. There are ground passes, Rod Laver Arena and Margaret Court Arena tickets still available.

Where is the Australian Open?

The Australian Open takes place at Melbourne Park, Melbourne.

Where else can I watch the Australian Open?

You can watch the Australian Open across Channel 9's channels including Nine and Gem on free-to-air TV and online at 9Now. Find out all the details on how to watch the Australian Open in our complete streaming guide.

Which tickets should I buy to watch the Australian Open finals?

The men's and women's finals matches are played in Rod Laver Arena. Tickets for the final 2 days of the tournament are highly sought after, so we suggest getting your hands on them quickly.

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