Wallabies vs Wales

Second Test | Melbourne


Saturday 13 July 2024

7:45 pm



Wallabies vs Wales

In 2024, the Wallabies welcome Wales back on home soil for the first time in more than a decade as part of a two-Test series.

With the Wallabies looking to move on from a disappointing 2023 season, the side’s second Test against Wales will be held at Melbourne’s AAMI Park on Saturday 13 July.

Running Times
  • Gates Open: TBC
    • Gates 1 – 3 (via Eastern Concourse)
    • Gate 4 (via Entrance F – Ground Level)
    • Gate 5 (via Entrance E – Ground Level)
    • Gates 6 – 8 (via Western Concourse)
  • Start Time: 7:45pm
  • Event Concludes: 9:35pm

Note: Times are approx. and subject to change without notice.

Important Event Information
  • There are several options for your journey to AAMI Park:
    • Public transport is the quickest and easiest option. Before you attend, plan ahead and allow extra travel time for any major disruptions.
    • Parking is available at the Eastern Plaza Car Park (Entrance D, Olympic Boulevard). We strongly recommend pre-booking; drive-up spaces are subject to availability. Bookings close at midnight the night before the event.
      • Note: Accessible parking must be pre-booked via Ticketek
  • To ensure a smooth entry into the venue, download your tickets to your Digital Wallet.
  • Bags must be able to fit under a seat. A limit of one bag per person applies.
  • Cloaking is available via the Information Desk (Gates 1 & 8). Any prohibited items listed in the venue Conditions of Entry will not be accepted for cloaking.
  • All retail outlets are cashless. Any transactions must be made using a credit or debit card. 

Note: This event may contain sequences of flashing lights, laser, strobe, haze and pyrotechnics which may affect guests who are susceptible to photo sensitivities and medical conditions.

Plan Your Visit



The Wallabies are the national rugby union team in Australia and have won two Rugby World Cups (1991 & 1999).

Australia played its first Rugby international in 1899 but it was some nine years later the team we now know as the Wallabies was born.

Twice they have soared to the game’s greatest heights, raising the William Webb Ellis Cup on two occasions in 1991 and 1999, feats that echo in the minds of the men who wear the jersey today as they carry our greatest hopes to scale those almighty heights again.

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