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State Netball Hockey CentreState Netball Hockey Center

Location 10 Brens Drive, Royal Park, Parkville, Victoria
Broke ground March 1999
Opened 16 March 2001
Owner Victorian Government
Operator State Sport Centres Trust
Capacity Netball: 250 & 3,000–3,500 Basketball: 3,500 Hockey: 250 & 1,000

Hisense Arena

Hisense Arena
Former names Vodafone Arena (until 2008), Melbourne Multi-Purpose Venue
Location Melbourne, Victoria
Opened 2000
Owner Melbourne & Olympic Parks Trust
Operator Melbourne & Olympic Parks Trust
Construction cost A$ 65 million
Architect Peddle Thorp
Capacity 10,500

Qantas Credit Union ArenaQantas Credit Union Arena

Former names Sydney Entertainment Centre
Location Haymarket, Sydney
Opened 1 May 1983
Owner Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority
Operator DHCE Pty Limited (Accor (60 %) and Compass Group (40%))
Capacity Total: 13,250 Basketball: 10,517

WIN Entertainment CentreWIN Entertainment Centre

Location Corner of Crown & Harbour Streets, Wollongong, NSW 2520
Opened 5 September 1998
Owner Wollongong Sportsground Trust, Pty Ltd.
Surface Customisable
Capacity Basketball: 6,000 Concerts: 5,000 Reduced mode: 1,000-3,000

Adelaide Arena

Adelaide Arena
Former names Clipsal Powerhouse (1992-2002) Distinctive Homes Dome (2003-2009) Adelaide Dome (2009-2010)
Location 44a Crittenden Road, Findon, South Australia
Broke ground 1991
Opened 4 April 1992
Owner Scouts SA and SA Church Basketball
Operator Basketball SA
Surface Hardwood
Construction cost A$16m
Capacity 8,000

Perth Arena

Perth Arena
Location Perth, Western Australia
Broke ground 2007
Opened 10 November 2012
Owner VenuesWest
Operator AEG Ogden
Construction cost A$548.7 million
Architect Ashton Raggatt McDougall, Cameron Chisholm Nicol
Capacity Basketball / netball: 14,846 Tennis: 13,910 Full capacity: 15,500

Vector Arena

Vector Arena
Location 42-80 Mahuhu Crescent, Parnell, Auckland, New Zealand
Broke ground 2006
Opened APRIL 2007
Owner Auckland Council / QPAM
Operator QPAM LTD
Construction cost NZ$ 80 million
Capacity 9,000 SEATED 12,000 WITH GA FLOOR

North Shore Events Centre

North Shore Events Centre
Full name North Shore Events Centre
Location Silverfield & Argus Place Entrances, Wairau Valley, North Shore City, Auckland, New Zealand
Broke ground 1991
Opened 1992
Owner North Shore Events Centre Trust board
Operator North Shore Events Centre Trust board
Surface Sprung "Parquet" Sports Floor
Capacity 4,400

Townsville Entertainment and Convention Centre

Townsville Entertainment and Convention Centre
Location Entertainment Drive, Breakwater Island, Townsville, Queensland
Opened 1993
Capacity 5,257

Cairns Convention Centre

Cairns Convention Centre
Location Cnr Wharf & Sheridan Street, Cairns, Queensland, 4870
Opened June, 1997
Owner Queensland State Government
Operator Ogden IFC (Cairns) Pty Ld
Architect Jackie Bruceman Cole [1]
Capacity Basketball: 5,300