Top Venues for Events in Australia

When considering the number of famous venues in the world that are used for the biggest names in the music industry, it’s not surprising to see a couple of Australian venues making a list. Some Australian venues are among the best performing venues in the world, according to various reports.

These event venues are all in Australia, and 2 have made it onto the Billboards Top 10 Highest-grossing arenas worldwide.

Qudos Bank Arena

Also known as the Sydney Super Dome, Qudos Bank Arena stands as the number one highest-grossing arena for musical performances in Australia. Some of their highest-grossing musical events include The Eagles and Jay Chou who ox office ticket sales reached $2.6Million.

The venue is known for its large capacity and can accommodate over 21 000 attendees with floor seats.

Rod Laver Arena

One of the most popular arenas for music concerts and operas. The arena is another arena that has won a place on Billboard’s top ten highest-grossing arenas worldwide. Especially with booking big names in music, they stand as the second highest-grossing venue in Australia. Rod Laver Arena broke a record in 2013 by booking 18 converts at the venue.

RAC Arena Perth

RAC Arena Perth was designed by Architectural firms Ashton Raggett McDougall and Cameron Chisholm Nicol. And can hold almost 15 000 attendees. The stadium is used with most of the larger entertainment groups and singers, such as Celine Dion and Cher, who were both booked to perform at the arena in 2018. They also host sports championships and events.

Brisbane Entertainment Centre


Brisbane Entertainment Centre is one of the largest venues in Australia and can accommodate almost 14 000 individuals. Its mostly used for larger concerts and have accommodated Whitney Houston, Grease musical and more.

These venues are some of the highest-grossing venues not only in Australia but also internationally. To watch the biggest names in music, musicals, and art events, you will need to attend these venues as they have the largest attendee capacity.