State facilities by sport
Victoria’s world class facilities cater for a range of sports. If you are looking for a venue for a particular sport please refer to the information below. Please contact us if the sport you are looking for is not listed.
If you know the name of the venue please refer to State Facilities by Venue Name.
The State Government has committed over $50 million to the State Sports Facilities project which will deliver new and improved facilities at Lakeside Oval and Albert Park for sporting clubs and the wider community.
Australian Rules Football
The Melbourne Cricket Ground is home to the AFL Grand Final and Simonds Stadium in Geelong also plays hosts to AFL matches throughout the season. The State Government has committed $17 million towards the redevelopment of a number of Former Australian Rules Football Venues in Melbourne (PDF 38 KB).
The State Baseball Softball Centre is an internationally recognised enclosed main stadium with synthetic in-field, high quality lighting and seating for 2,400 people.
The Werribee Park National Equestrian Centre has a wide array of equestrian facilities.
The State’s premier Fencing facility is the State Fencing Centre.
The Gymnastics High Performance Centre is a training and competition venue.
The State’s premier Hockey venue is the State Netball Hockey Centre.
The National Ice Sports Centre provides a facility for everyday recreation use, training and ice sports competition events and is the home of the Olympic Winter Institute.
The Darebin International Sports Centre is the home of the State Lawn Bowls Centre.
The State’s premier Netball venue is the State Netball Hockey Centre.
Rugby League and Union
Table Tennis facilities are available at the Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre.
Melbourne and Olympic Parks is home to the Australian Open, one of the world’s four Grand Slam tennis events.
The State’s premier weightlifting venue is the Victorian Weightlifting Centre.