2017 Wallabies Test Season

See rugby in a new light with the Wallabies
  • ANZ Stadium
    Sydney • 19 August 8:00pm
    ON SALE NOW
    Wallabies vs All Blacks
    $46.00 - $203.00*
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    GIO Stadium
    Canberra • 16 September 8:00pm
    ON SALE NOW
    Wallabies vs Argentina
    $50.00 - $101.00*
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    Suncorp Stadium
    Brisbane • 21 October 7:00pm
    ON SALE NOW
    Wallabies vs All Blacks
    $91.00 - $203.00*
    All ticket categories
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    Offer ends soonOFFER ENDS
  • ANZ Stadium
    Sydney • 19 August 8:00pm
    ON SALE NOW
    Wallabies vs All Blacks
    $46.00 - $203.00*
    All ticket categories
    Buy Now
    Offer ends soonOFFER ENDS
  • GIO Stadium
    Canberra • 16 September 8:00pm
    ON SALE NOW
    Wallabies vs Argentina
    $50.00 - $101.00*
    All ticket categories
    Buy Now
    Offer ends soonOFFER ENDS
  • Suncorp Stadium
    Brisbane • 21 October 7:00pm
    ON SALE NOW
    Wallabies vs All Blacks
    $91.00 - $203.00*
    All ticket categories
    Buy Now
    Offer ends soonOFFER ENDS

*Additional fees including Booking, Credit Card & Handling charges may be levied at purchase. Tickets are subject to availability which must be confirmed with the ticket retailer.

About the event

See Rugby in a new light with the Qantas Wallabies in 2017.

First, they take on Fiji, Scotland and Italy throughout June in a series that is going to offer a lot of rugby fans a new and fun-filled experience: Test Matches in the afternoon. Every game kicks-off at 3pm so get down early to experience the festival atmosphere.

The Qantas Wallabies will then aim to reclaim The Rugby Championship. The All Blacks are up first in Sydney before they take on the Springboks in Perth and Los Pumas in Canberra, for two intimate, enthralling encounters!

The season then wraps up in spectacular fashion in Brisbane as the Qantas Wallabies vie to win back The Bledisloe Cup on home soil at one of Australia’s favourite sporting venues, Suncorp Stadium.