State facilities by venue name
Victoria has a range of world class sporting facilities that cater for a number of sports. If you are looking for a particular venue please refer to the information below. This is not an exhaustive list of Victorian State sporting facilities but includes those facilities that have received State Government funding.
Please contact us if the venue you are looking for is not listed. If you do not know the name of the venue please refer to State Facilities by Sport.
AAMI Park is Victoria's premier rectangular pitch stadium, purposely built for Soccer, Rugby League and Rugby Union, with a capacity of 30,000 seats.
Darebin International Sports Centre
The Darebin International Sports Centre incorporates the State Lawn Bowls Centre, State Training Velodrome and State Soccer Centre.
Gymnastics High Performance Centre
The Gymnastics High Performance Centre is located with the National Institute of Circus Arts at Swinburne University, Prahan.
State Fencing Centre
The State Fencing Centre, located at "Ageis Park" in Arden Street, North Melbourne, is a state-of-the-art training and competition venue.
Junction Oval is Victoria’s second premier cricket venue, located on Queens Road Drive in Albert Park Reserve.
Melbourne and Olympic Parks
Melbourne and Olympic Parks is one of the world's premier sport and entertainment precincts, consisting of Melbourne Park, Rod Laver Arena, Hisense Arena, Margaret Court Arena, Olympic Park, AAMI Park, the Westpac Centre and Gosch's Paddock.
Melbourne Cricket Ground
The Melbourne Cricket Ground is one of the world’s most recognised sporting and major event stadiums.
Melbourne Gun Club
The Melbourne Gun Club is a highly equipped venue capable of hosting international shooting competitions.
Melbourne International Shooting Club
The Melbourne International Shooting Club has facilities to host small bore and pistol shooting events.
Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre
The Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre is an integrated sport and leisure facility.
Nagambie Lakes Regatta Centre
The Nagambie Lakes Regatta Centre is a purpose built water-sports facility.
National Ice Sports Centre
The National Ice Sports Centre is Australia's largest ice sports and entertainment venue.
National Water Sports Centre
The National Water Sports Centre caters for a diverse range of water based activities.
Simonds Stadium is the Australian Rules Football venue in Geelong, Victoria.
State Baseball Softball Centre
The State Baseball Softball Centre in Altona is an international standard stadium with seating for 2,400 people.
State Mountain Bike Course
Lysterfield Park is home to the State Mountain Bike Course.
State Netball Hockey Centre
The State Netball Hockey Centre is the home of Victorian netball and hockey with over 150,000 visitors each year.
State Volleyball Centre
The State Volleyball Centre is located at the Dandenong Indoor Sport Stadium.
Victorian Weightlifting Centre
The Victorian Weightlifting Centre is Victoria’s premier weightlifting venue.
Wellsford Forest Shooting Complex
Located in Bendigo, the Wellsford Forest Shooting Complex is a full bore shooting venue.
Werribee Park National Equestrian Centre
The Werribee Park National Equestrian Centre has a wide array of equestrian facilities.