WA Sports History Tour
Discuss WA’s rich sporting history
This tour explores the unique characters and achievements that have shaped sport in Western Australia. Learn about the remarkable life of Jimmy Melbourne, one of the pioneering Indigenous Australians in WA’s AFL timeline. Find out which WA department store gave women’s AFL a fair go, and hear the origins of the legendary “Caught Marsh Bowled Lillee” combination.
This 90-minute historical stadium walking tour will be sure to inform, surprise and delight as you uncover the rich history of WA sporting achievements.
So don your baggy green, pull up your socks and book in your spot today!
If you haven’t experienced the original Optus Stadium Tour we recommend doing so before taking a deeper dive in to the WA Sporting History Tour. This tour does not visit the same areas as the Optus Stadium Tour.
- Take a deeper look at WA’s rich sporting history
- Learn about the inspirational sporting characters that defined WA
- Spend time discovering the timeline of sport with your guide
- Visit the Dennis Cometti Media Centre and relive your favourite commentary moments
- See a broad array of WA sporting memorabilia
- Wheelchair and pram access throughout the tour
Tours will not operate on event days. Access to all areas is subject to availability.
Group bookings are available for 10+ patrons; please book online via our website here.
All tour participants receive 10% off merchandise in THE OZONE store.
The WA Sports History Tour is an accessible tour for all abilities. Wheelchairs and prams are welcome.
What to wear
Dress for the weather, wear comfy shoes and feel free to wear your team’s colours!
Before completing the tour you’ll need to read our Terms & Conditions.
Still have questions? Please visit the FAQ’s for more information.