Actor. Singer. Producer. All-round nice guy.

Is there anything Hugh Jackman can’t do?

With such an extensive list of skills under his belt, is it any wonder the man has been nominated for:

  • An Oscar?
  • 3 Golden Globes?
  • A Grammy?
  • 4 Emmys?
  • 2 Tonys?

Yes, it’s incredibly rare that we find anyone who wears so many hats.

And this August, this great showman will be bringing all of his many talents to the stage in Melbourne, with a fantastic show full of song, dance, and more!

Rod Laver Arena Parking for Hugh Jackman’s The Man. The Music. The Show

So you’ve booked your tickets to Hugh Jackman’s live show. The next thing to think about: where to find convenient and affordable Rod Laver parking for the event.

Located on Flinders Street at the Paris End of the CBD, Le Garage offers the most convenient CBD parking for commuters visiting the city, any day of the week!

Better yet, we’re just 8 minutes away from Rod Laver Arena by foot, making us the number one choice for parking if you’re in the city for a show.

Booking your Rod Laver parking is simple, thanks to our intuitive and safe online booking system. Here’s how it works:

  1. Fill in your parking details including the date and arrival / departure time
  2. Process your payment through our secure portal
  3. Check your email for a unique PIN
  4. Once you show up, enter the PIN and pass through the boom gate

Pre-book your Rod Laver parking today!

 

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Hugh Jackman at Rod Laver Arena

  • When: Friday 16th, Saturday 17th, Sunday 18th, and Tuesday 27th August 2019
  • Where: Rod Laver Arena
  • Time: 7:30pm (weeknights) and 2pm (weekends)

Following a successful series of tours in Europe and the US, Hugh Jackman returns home for the second-to-last leg of his world tour.

Featuring a setlist that draws from his extensive career on the screen and the stage, there’s something for everyone here, including:

  • Smash hits like This Is Me from The Greatest Showman
  • The melodramatic Who Am I from Les Miserables
  • The gloriously cheesy Gaston (who Hugh played in the stage adaptation of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast)
  • All-time classics like Judy Garland’s Over The Rainbow

According to critics, there was even a segment where he tap danced to AC/DC’s Thunderstruck of all things – how’s that for range?!

Don’t just take our word for it, however – critics across Europe and the US have been raving about the man, the music, and the show. In particular, they’ve heaped praise on Hugh’s ability to work the audience, and the sheer range of talents on show.

Joining him for the Australian leg of the tour is special guest Keala Settle, who stunned audiences as Lettie Lutz, the bearded lady in The Greatest Showman.

Eager to see one of Australia’s greatest showmen live and in concert? Click here to book your tickets (and be sure to book your parking immediately after!)

 

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Prepare for the show with some Hugh Jackman trivia

What better way to prepare for the Hugh Jackman show than with some trivia about the man himself?

Not only will this prepare you for the show, but it’ll also give you some conversation points you can show off during the drive to the city!

While his role as P.T Barnum in The Greatest Showman may have been high-profile, it wasn’t his first time in a musical. And no, we aren’t talking about this performance as Jean Valjean in 2012’s Les Miserables, either.

Did you know: before he hit cinema screens as Wolverine in the X-Men movies, Hugh Jackman started his career on the stage, with his first leading role as Gaston in the 1995 stage adaptation of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast?

He then went on to lead in productions of Sunset Boulevard, Oklahoma! and The Boy From Oz.

Here’s another piece of trivia: did you know that after graduating from secondary school, he completed a gap year where he worked as a PE teacher in the UK?

That’s what led to this heartwarming encounter, where Hugh recognised a journalist as one of his former students, and grilled him on his what happened after he graduated!

Choose Le Garage for convenient Rod Laver parking!

Melbourne is a hot-pot of concerts, festivals, and shows – so if you’re heading to Rod Laver to see Hugh Jackman’s latest performance, book your parking with Le Garage.

Simply put, we’re the most convenient option.

  • For starters, we’re closeby, with only a 8-minute walk between us and Rod Laver Arena
  • Our CBD parking garage offers dual entry and exit on Flinders St and Flinders Lane, making it easy to get in and out
  • Pre-book online not only for convenience, but to enjoy a discount on our regular rates!
  • We’re perfectly located if you’re looking for after-show drinks or dining

Most importantly, we make Rod Laver parking affordable.

Le Garage offers safe and convenient CBD parking that lets you enjoy affordable weekend and weeknight parking.

Weekend parking rates* drop from our standard $15 to just $10 when you pre-book online 

*Flat rate on Saturday and Sunday; exit before 5:30 am the next day.

And if you’re going to a show on Monday – Thursday nights, we’ll drop your rate from $12 to $8 for the entire night!

*Enter after 4pm Monday – Thursday after 4pm; exit before 5:30am the following day

* Friday night standard rate $12 drops to $10; same conditions apply

Secure your Melbourne CBD parking at Le Garage – click here to pre-book online!