2012 Spring Tour - Australia v England in London
|Tour Dates||16-18 November, 2012|
|Match Date||Saturday 17 November, 2012|
|Tour Duration||3 Days/2 Nights|
This is the ultimate match for any Australian fan and there is nothing sweeter than beating England on their home turf. In 2010, England denied Australia a clean sweep on tour when they beat us 35-18. Robbie Deans and his men will be looking to put their record at Twickenham back on track and bring home the Cook Cup.
There is nothing quite like rugby at Twickenham and this is your chance to be part of the action.
Our PackagesOur packages for the England v Australia clash in London includes two nights accommodation at a range of hotels with a reserved seat for the match.
Twin share prices for this event start from just $550 per person twin/double share. Extra nights and single prices are available through the booking process.
Match TicketsOur match tickets are reserved and guaranteed supplied from the Australian Rugby Union.
A seating map indicating the category location of the tickets will be available soon.
About LondonLondon boasts an ethnically diverse population of just less than eight million, making it the largest city in Europe and one of the world’s biggest and most multicultural and cosmopolitan cities.
London is the place where the historic past and the vibrant present come alive. A blend of history, ground-breaking architecture and culture has created an amazing and constantly evolving city.
London has history and grandeur around every corner. Our packages include two nights accommodation to allow you flexibility, however we encourage you to spend extra time in this great city where every day promises something exciting and different.
Twickenham, the home of English rugby, is owned and operated by the RFU.
In 1907, the Rugby Football Union purchased 10 1/4 acres of land in Twickenham to build a stadium for the exclusive use of playing rugby. Over the next two years the infrastructure was completed and the stadium, designed to accommodate 20,000 people both seated and standing was ready for use. The first match at the stadium took place in 1909 and the first international between England and Wales was played in January 1910.
After extensive rebuilding between 1981 and 1995, the stadium as we know it today was completed, with a capacity of 75,000.
Getting therePackage prices do not include flights to London. As the price of flights fluctuate based on availability, we encourage you to book early. If you would like to include flights as part of your package, enquire with our team at the time of booking.
We recommend taking public transport to Twickenham for the match.