The 2019 Australian Open is just around the corner, and we’re eagerly anticipating some of that Grand Slam action!
The event has tennis fans flocking to Melbourne’s Rod Laver Arena every January, keen to brave the heat to cheer on their favourite tennis stars. And this year is no different. The 2019 lineup will feature the world’s top tennis stars, including Simona Halep, Serena Williams, Caroline Wozniacki, Novak Djokovic, Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and Andy Murray. It’s an Australian Open you aren’t going to want to miss, and one that you should enjoy in style! We’ve put together a guide to assist you in doing just that. Here you will find all the highlights of the tournament and the unique touches you can do to make the event truly memorable for yourself, someone special, your investors, or even your entire tennis club!
Australian Open Private Charter Flights are without a doubt the elite way to travel to premier sports events.
Highlights of the 2019 Australian Open
The Australian Open will take place from January 14 to 27 across Melbourne’s top arena’s, including Rod Laver Arena and Margaret Court Arena. The must-see events include, of course, the men’s and women’s singles finals! There will also be plenty of live music entertainment on the AO Live Stage throughout the tournament, and the events team have really pulled out all the stops this year! Local and international acts will grace the stage, including Craig David, Angus and Julia Stone, Ballpark Music, Birds of Tokyo, Something for Kate and Aussie rock legends, JET. So be sure to leave enough energy after a full day of watching tennis for a boogie or two! If the idea of braving more crowds doesn’t tickle your fancy, why not indulge in a luxury river cruise? Enjoy the sultry vocals of Angus and Julia Stone while sipping champagne on the deck of your private yacht, floating down the Yarra.
Getting to the Australian Open
Don’t mar your experience of the 2019 Australian Open by being subject to long flight delays or crowded airport security. Travel in style and jump the queues by chartering your very own private jet. Perfect for couples, entertaining business partners and the exclusive transportation of groups and societies, travelling by private jet is the best way to ensure an unforgettable 2019 Australian Open. When you book private jet charter flights through Adagold, they’ll even organise your ground transfer to and from the airport so that you don’t have to deal with delays when waiting at the taxi rank. Every element of your tournament experience will run smoothly with Adagold efficiently taking care of your transportation, with style and comfort at the forefront.
Immerse yourself in Melbourne’s stylish culture.
Don’t forget to enjoy all of the delights that Melbourne has to offer while you’re in Australia’s cultural epicentre! Why not spoil yourself by hitting the designer shops on Collins Street, savour a delicious meal on the bustling Lygon Street, head to a swanky bar on the waterfront or visit an exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria? There’s so much to see and do in Melbourne, so treat yourself to a little sensory decadence when you aren’t soaking up the atmosphere courtside!
Transform your trip into a luxurious getaway
Want to make your tennis getaway even more memorable? A visit to Lake House, just 90 minutes from Melbourne’s inner-city, will see you relaxing in the soothing surrounds of the Victorian hills after an exciting Australian Open experience. Enjoy long afternoon walks amongst perfectly manicured gardens, dining on mouth-wateringly decadent food, relaxing with lavish spa treatments and savouring award-winning local wines. Lake House is the ultimate destination for dabbling in a little self-indulgence and the perfect final destination for your Australian Open getaway.
Want to know more about Australian Open Private Charter Flights? Or do you wish to incorporate a few evenings at Lake House into your tournament itinerary? Contact Adagold today! Adagold are experienced in organising private air charter for couples, small corporate groups and large teams to and from major Australian sports events.