Adelaide Oval RoofClimb
The Adelaide Oval RoofClimb experience finally opens on 6th April 2016, with bookings now open!
The Adelaide Oval RoofClimb experience allows people to walk across the top of the stand, from the Western Stand to the Riverbank Stand on a purpose built path. The RoofClimb will offer breathtaking views and a unique perspective of Adelaide and its surrounds.
Roof climbers will find 16 seats on the roof of the riverbank stand where they can relax and take in the spectacular view of the city and Adelaide’s suburbs. The redeveloped oval is about to become even more exciting for fans with the launch of the unique Adelaide Oval RoofClimb experience.
The iconic Adelaide Oval plays host to some of the biggest sporting and music events in the world and is considered, by many, the heartbeat of Adelaide.
Since Adelaide Oval was redeveloped in 2014 and became host to AFL games in Adelaide the venue regularly sees over 40,000 fans walk through the gates each week.
The oval has hosted international performers like the Rolling Stones and ACDC as well as soccer giant Liverpool, when they played a friendly against Adelaide United in July this year. In November Adelaide Oval hosted the first ever day/night test cricket match as Australia bowled the first pink ball against New Zealand.
1834 Hotels are home to many of the 1.6 million Adelaide Oval visitors each year and the hotels are excited about the addition of the Roof Climb experience at the oval. 1834 Hotels have a number of accommodation options conveniently close to Adelaide Oval giving guests the option of walking to the oval and climbing it!
The Adelaide Meridien Hotel and Apartments is located on Melbourne Street just a few minutes’ walk from Adelaide Oval. To the east of Adelaide on the city fringe the Apartments on George and Adelaide Royal Coach welcome many regular Adelaide Oval visitors each year. There are convenient options located in the heart of the CBD with Franklin Central Apartments, the Adabco Boutique Hotel and Adelaide’s newest 5 star property, the Mayfair Hotel.