Brisbane International

Pro Tournament opener for the Australian Open

Brisbane International

Brisbane InternationalThe Brisbane International is a professional tennis tournament played on outdoor hard courts in Brisbane, Queensland.

It is currently part of the ATP World Tour 250 series of the Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) World Tour and of the WTA Premier tournaments of the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) Tour.

This is the  first event of the Australian season,  held annually in January at the Queensland Tennis Centre just before the first Grand Slam tournament of the season.

It is owned by Tennis Australia.

Where is the tournament?

Queensland Tennis Centre

When is the Brisbane International?

1st to the 8th January 2017

What packages are available?

Some great packages available for the whole of the Brisbane International. Call Kevin Wentworth on 0348 872386 or email Kevin for details.

What’s not included in our packages:

  • Transfers and visas
  • Food and drink
  • Any additional tours and stopovers

Brisbane - destination information

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Capital of Australia’s sunshine state

Picturesque green city in Queensland

Great weather, great lifestyle

Where to eat:

Enoteca- Sophisticated Italian cuisine

Azafran- Modern contemporary Australian

Mu’ooz- Exotic North African cuisine

Era Bistro- Innovative modern Australian cuisine

Must See:

Gold Coast- Surfers Paradise, Universal Studios, Seaworld and much much more

Sunshine Coast – Relaxed lifestyle, visit beautiful Noosa Heads.

Southbank Parklands- Stunning beauty, green spaces within the city

Something a Little Special:

Australia Zoo. Founded by the late Steve Irwin

See Australian Wildlife in their natural habitat. From Kangaroos to reptiles. Cuddle Australia’s Iconic Koala Bears

Tournament Info:

Free travel for tennis ticket holders

Queensland Rail and Brisbane Bus Services to the tennis centre

Queensland Tennis Centre within a 15 minute walk of the nearest train station.

 

Main image courtesy FLICKR user: Richard Fisher

 

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