HBF Arena

HBF Arena

Built in 1992, HBF Arena provides multi-purpose sport and aquatic facilities for the northern suburbs.

It is home to in excess of 30 sporting clubs, 2,000 health and fitness members, 1,000 Learn to Swim members and the West Perth Football Club.

HBF Arena caters for a variety of sports including football, hockey, netball, rugby, athletics, tennis, volleyball, badminton and soccer.

HBF Arena was officially opened in 1994. Set on 35 hectares of landscaped parklands it is located 25km north of Perth and just a stones throw from the heart of the Joondalup city centre. HBF Arena is the most well-known sporting and entertainment venue in Perths north and is affectionately known as the heart of the community.

The arena acquired its new name in 2014 following a naming rights agreement. To read more about this agreement with HBF click here.

Whether youre looking for fitness, kids activities, function facilities or spending the day at one of the summers hottest music festivals - the scale and mix of facilities available at HBF Arena truly are unparalleled in Western Australia.

Delighting thousands of music lovers, HBF Arena really knows how to pull a crowd having hosted many successful concerts and festivals. Supafest, Big Day Out, Future Music and Soundwave festivals have utilised the entire facility enabling the successful mingling of 42,000 guests and breaking record ticket sales for any festival in Australia over the 2011 summer season.

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Quality management and outstanding staff have seen HBF Arena awarded the prestigious "Facility Management Award"at the biannual Sport and Recreation Industry Awards in November 2001.

HBF Arena is proudly owned and managed by VenuesWest. VenuesWest, on behalf of the state government of Western Australia, is Australias premier provider of venues for high performance athlete support, health and participation for individuals and families as well as providing stellar entertainment experiences for all.

With over 25 years experience, our continued commercial success enables us to support high performance sport in Western Australia. By joining HBF Arena you are contributing to building pathways for young Western Australians to learn skills and be inspired by high performance sports training and events.

HBF Stadium, previously known as Perth Superdrome and Challenge Stadium.

Getting here
HBF Arena is located on Kennedya Drive, Joondalup, approximately 28km north of the centre Perth Post Office.

There are 1000 parking spaces at the venue and a bicycle parking area is located by the main entrance. Disable and motorbike parking bays are also available. A parking fee may also apply for major events.

Public Transport

HBF Arena is approximately 1km from the Joondalup railway station. By foot, the train station is about a 15 minute walk. Buses run regularly from the train station and surrounding suburb.

❊ Address & Contacts ❊

 ⊜  Kennedya Drive Joondalup Western Australia 6027 Map
 ✆ Telephone: 9441 8222
Kennedya DriveJoondalupWestern Australia9441 8222

❊ Web Links ❊

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