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Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre (MSAC)

This modern, international-standard sporting venue is the largest integrated sports complex of its type in Australia. The centre, used by both community and elite athletes alike, is where you'll find the Squash program. MSAC is the current centre of Squash in Victoria and has hosted major Squash events, including the Australian Open Grand Prix Event and the Melbourne International Squash Festival. The venue is adjacent to the site of the Melbourne Formula One Grand Prix at Albert Park. The centre will also feature the Aquatics program (Swimming, Synchronised Swimming and Diving) and Table Tennis.

The Melbourne Sports and Aquatic Centre has 10 squash courts, with the ability to convert some single courts to doubles courts. A temporary purpose-built squash show court which will cater for both singles and doubles will be installed in an adjacent sports hall.

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