Australia and New Zealand

World-class women’s football takes centre stage in Australia from 20 July to 20 August 2023.

Come watch the world’s best players compete for the greatest prize in women’s football at the FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023™. An epic 64 matches will be played in some of Australia’s most exciting destinations, get ready, buy yourself tickets and watch women concur the world.

Vivid Sydney

Start: 26 May – 17 June, 2023 in Sydney/Warrane

The start of winter in Australia welcomes the much-anticipated Vivid Sydney, an annual festival of light, music and ideas held in Australia’s harbour city of Sydney/Warrane. There are plenty of ways for groups to experience the brilliance of Vivid Sydney, from admiring the light show from the summit of the Sydney Harbour Bridge to cruising the waters of the Harbour itself on a luxury superyacht, or even catching a bird’s eye view of the spectacle from a special helicopter licensed to do night tours of Vivid.


Start: September 2023 in Melbourne/Naarm

Rugby union fans should consider an incentive program to Australia in September 2023 for the Bledisloe Cup, a thrilling annual competition staged between the national teams of Australia’s Wallabies and New Zealand’s All Blacks. 2023 will see the event held at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) for the first time since 2007, after Rugby Australia and the Victorian Government secured the Bledisloe Cup matches on Melbourne soil in 2022 and 2023. Earlier in 2022, the MCG partnered with hospitality experts Delaware North to form MCG Events, who planners can work with to arrange corporate hospitality packages, tours and experiences.