Win Entertainment Centre, Wollongong
Win Entertainment Centre, Wollongong - Address, Phone Number
Address: Corner Crown & Harbour Streets, Wollongong NSW 2000, Australia
Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
Timings: 24-hrs Details
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About Win Entertainment Centre, Wollongong
Visit the WIN Entertainment centre which is a multi-purpose indoor arena, located in downtown Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia. Opened on 5 September 1998, the stadium started with a concert by Bob Dylan and Patti Smith. This stadium is renowned to have hosted a variety of events including Federation Cup tennis, world championship boxing and international musical acts. Every year the WIN Entertainment Centre holds the Wakakirri Story Dance Wollongong heat and also a variety of concerts and expos. Check its website to know about the current events while you are making a visit to Wollongong.
Win Entertainment Centre Ticket Prices
- For tickets and upcoming event dates, check the official website.
Win Entertainment Centre Opening and Closing Hours
- Timings will vary as per the events.
- Please enquire before your visit.
How To reach Win Entertainment Centre by Public Transport
- Nearest Bus stop: Marine Dr
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WIN Entertainment Centre, Wollongong Reviews
There is a great atmosphere and really good entertainment here. The game I watched was close and exciting!😄 Staff are friendly and nice. 😊 Great value for money. Easy to get to. I really like how the crowd supported their team! 😃
Sports and function centre. Home to the Wollongong Hawks, and hosts musical productions. With the football field just behind, the beach right next door and the city just down the road, it's a ripper of a spot!
No food or drink allowed. Quality of food and service inside is sub-par and overpriced. Finding seating on multiple occasions proved to be tedious as no row letters or numbers are used on the floor seats. Not a bad place howeverand was ahead of its time 10 years ago, however it feels a little aged now.
Seating was set up badly for a kids show. Couldnt see over the people in front. Tickets were sold as being premium but were laid out in rows below level of stage so visibility was zero.
Great staff. Cool its not the best place but when its done up for am event it really comes up nice 👍