2012 Spring Tour - Australia v Wales in Cardiff
|Tour Dates||30 November, 2012 - 2 December, 2012|
|Match Date||Saturday 01 December 2012|
|Venue||Millennium Stadium, Cardiff|
|Tour Duration||3 Days/2 Nights|
Welsh fans are extremely passionate about their rugby and you can expect every seat of the 74,000 capacity Millennium stadium to be filled today as they cheer on their local heroes against our boys. The Aussies' recent records at this stadium is impressive with 4 wins out of their last 5 meetings.
It's never an easy task to be victor over Wales, but the Qantas Wallabies thrive at the challenge and with the match being their final for the 2012 season, it is going to be an action packed event.
Our PackagesOur packages for the Wales v Australia clash in Cardiff 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 $479 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 CardiffBustling, noisy, a little claustrophobic even, Cardiff on international match days is quite an experience. No rolling maul ever seen in the magnificent Millennium Stadium or its Cardiff Arms Park predecessor can match, for sheer heroic human endeavour, the crush at the city centre bars.
Yet Cardiff's centre, dominated to one side by the historic castle, is full of good places to eat and drink. The shopping arcades and market are excellent and there are live music venues, art galleries and nightclubs.
It's the raw rugby atmosphere that you come to Cardiff for and on match days you can literally eat, drink and sleep it on these streets.
The stunning Millennium Stadium in Cardiff is one of the world's most spectacular sporting arenas. Completed for the 1999 Rugby World Cup, it has a 72,500 capacity and boasts a retractable roof. It was built as a replacement for the old Cardiff Arms Park at a cost of £130 million.
The first game at the stadium was against the then World Cup holders South Africa in June 1999, when the ground was not yet completed and the capacity was just 27,000. Wales won for the first time against South Africa, 29-19.
Getting therePackage prices do not include flights to Cardiff. 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 Millennium Stadium for the match, or the stadium is easily accessible on foot from our central hotels.