Accommodation Near Qudos Bank Arena
(Formerly called Allphones Arena!)
Comfort Inn Burwood offers convenient, modern and affordable accommodation near Qudos Bank Arena in Homebush, Sydney. We offer a range of comfortable rooms and rates including one and two bedroom serviced apartments as well as single hotel rooms and family rooms.
Our accommodation is competitive in terms of price and is conveniently located only fifteen minutes down the Great Western Motorway. A courtesy bus is also available, travelling to Qudos Bank Arena for special events and large group bookings.
Check availability and book online here or call us on 61 2 744 0521!
|Two Bedroom Serviced Apartment||From $239 (AUD) per night –|
|Two Storey Townhouse||From $239 (AUD) per night –|
|One Bedroom Serviced Apartment||From $219 (AUD) per night –|
|Studio Twin Apartment||From $149 (AUD) per night –|
|Studio Apartment||From $159 (AUD) per night –|
|Basic Suite||From $149 (AUD) per night –|
|Family Room||From $179 (AUD) per night –|
|Standard Room||From $139 (AUD) per night –|
|Single Hotel Room||From $119 (AUD) per night –|
Note: All rooms are non-smoking. There are seated areas and smoking trays located outside the rooms for your convenience.
Upcoming Events at Qudos Bank Arena
14 Nov 2020 – The Killers Imploding The Mirage Tour
17 Nov 2020 – Alanis Morissette 2020 World Tour
20-21 Nov 2020 – Harry Styles Love On Tour 2020
10 Dec 2020 – Tame Impala
27 Feb 2021 – Faith No More
10 Apr 2021 – Delta Goodrem Bridge Over Troubled Dreams Tour
07-08 May 2021 – Backstreet Boys DNA World Tour
18 May 2021 – Jim Steinman’s Bat Out Of Hell Rock Musical
03 Jul 2021 – Parkway Drive, Hatebreed, Every Time I Die, Viva The Underdogs
30 Jul 2021 – WWE Live
30 Mar 2021 – Rod Stewart
Book online or call us now on 61 2 9744 0521!
More about Qudos Bank Arena
Sydney’s Qudos Bank Arena has fast become one of Australia’s premier sporting and entertainment precincts located within Sydney Olympic Park. Situated in Homebush Bay, Qudos Bank Arena is the largest indoor venue in Australia, capable of holding up to 21,000 people.
Built in 1999, Qudos Bank Arena was originally built for the 2000 Summer Olympics. In 2006 the name was changed to the Acer Arena, in 2011 it was known as the Allphones Arena and in 2016 it became the Qudos Bank Arena.
The arena has hosted a wide range of events including the Netball and Basketball series, pop and rock concerts with major international artists such as Pink, Lady Gaga, Taylor Swift and Neil Diamond, as well as countless Supercross Motorcycle events, UFC and more. Many corporate events, functions and expos are also hosted in the seven function venues located within the arena.
Where is Qudos Bank Arena?
Qudos Bank Arena is located in the suburb of Homebush Bay. It is located within the Sydney Olympic Park precinct on the corner of Olympic Boulevard and Edwin Flack Avenue. (Refer to map for more information)
Is Qudos Bank Arena undercover?
Yes, the Arena is the largest indoor entertainment and sporting venue in Australia. It can hold up to 21,000 people. Find out more Qudos Bank Arena facts.
Getting to Qudos Bank Arena from Comfort Inn & Suites Burwood
We provide a courtesy bus for special event and group booking so check with us if you would like to take advantage of that service.
If you choose to drive, there are a number of routes to get to Qudos Bank Arena from your accommodation. Depending on when your event starts it can take 14 – 28 min to get to the arena and then if you require a shuttle bus to ferry you from your parking you will need to allow time for this. We suggest arriving no later than an hour before the event starts.
Below is the quickest route from your accommodation if you are parking at the P1 Car Park next to Qudos Arena. Refer to Google Maps for other car park destinations.
- Turn left out of the Comfort Burwood car park heading east on Liverpool Road.
- Turn left onto Burwood Road.
- Take a left at the roundabout onto Nicholson Street.
- Right onto the Boulevard
- Left onto Albyn Rd (to avoid Strathfield CBD)
- Right onto Homebush Road.
- Left onto The Crescent
- Right at the round about to go under the railway line.
- Right onto Loftus Crescent.
- Left onto Knight Street.
- Left onto Parramatta Road (Great Western Highway)
- Right onto Underwood Road which turns into Australia Avenue after you go under Homebush Bay Drive.
- Left onto Sarah Durack Avenue.
- Right onto Edwin Flack Avenue until you reach the P1 car park which will be on your right.
Qudos Bank Arena Parking
If you want to park at the Arena it is suggested that you pre-book your parking before midnight the day before the event you’re attending starts.
The P1 Car Park is the closest to Qudos Bank Arena. Other car parks are a short 10-minute walk to the Arena. If the even is a major one a complimentary shuttle bus is available to the Arena from all operating car parks.
- 0 – 1 hour = $5
- 1 – 2 hours = $10
- 2 – 3 hours = $15
- 3 – 4 hours = $20
- 4+ hours = $25 (capped daily)
Disability parking tickets can be pre-booked from Ticketek in two ways:
- You can call the Ticketek Call Centre on 132 849. As pre-booked tickets will be mailed out 3 weeks before the event you will need to call them at least 3 weeks before.
- You can collect pre-booked tickets from a designated parking agent. You’ll need your disability parking permit issues by the RTA or your state’s road and traffic authority equivalent.
We would suggest ordering via phone as you can only pick up tickets from the Sydney CBD and Penrith Panthers club as these may not be the most practical or accessible places to visit to pick them up.