Are you a big gymnastics fan?

Is your whole family super enthusiastic about vault, floor, parallel bars and rings?

Are you just itching for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics to arrive so you can watch all your favourite gymnasts compete?

Well, there might be some good news for you.

The Gymnastics World Cup is coming to Melbourne in February. That’s right, some of the best gymnasts from around the world will be right here in Melbourne!

The event will be held at Melbourne Arena and will no doubt draw people from near and far to watch the incredible athletes compete.

Now that you know about the World Cup, we bet you just can’t wait to pull into a car park and head over to the stadium with your family. The good news is that can you do just that.

Le Garage offers Hisense Arena parking (newly named Melbourne Arena) at an affordable rate, and is just a 10-minute walk away!

2019 World Cup Gymnastics

When: Thursday 21st to Sunday 24th February 2019

Where: Melbourne Arena (Previously called Hisense Arena)

The Gymnastics World Cup is split into four stops as a part of the Individual Apparatus World Cup Circuit.

The winners from each apparatus are determined by the combined total of each gymnast’s best three scores.

The Individual Apparatus World Cup Circuit began in 2016 and ran through until 2018. The other three countries accompanying Melbourne in the circuit are Cottbus, Doha and Baku.

Get ready for Tokyo 2020!

The Individual Apparatus competitions held in 2019 and 2020 will serve as qualifiers for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.

This month’s World Cup will see gymnasts from 30 countries compete on our shores. Competitors will arrive from China, Canda, Japan and more to showcase the best their nation has to offer.

Many of our own Aussie favourites will display their skills and athleticism at Melbourne Arena.

Names and faces to look out for

Alexandra Eade

One Australian face the crowds are sure to be keen to see is Alexandra Eade.

The rising star had a big 2018, winning a gold medal on the floor at the Melbourne World Cup.

She was selected to represent Australia at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games where she earned another gold medal for floor.

There’s bound to be a lot of yellow and green shirts in the stands for Alex’s floor routine!

Christopher Remkes

An equally exciting addition to the Australian team is Christopher Remkes.

In 2017 he won gold on vault at the Melbourne World Cup.

If there had been any doubt about whether he earned his medal, he backed up his win in April 2018 with a gold medal for vault at the Gold Coast Commonwealth Games.

The Philippines-born athlete lives in South Australia and is one of Australia’s best hopes for the Tokyo Olympics in 2020!

Dominick Cunningham

The list of competitors includes the floor champion from the European Championships, Dominick Cunningham.

The 23-year-old represents Britain and claimed a bronze medal for vault in the 2018 Commonwealth Games.

Courtney Tulloch

Representing Britain alongside Dominick will be 23-year-old Courtney Tulloch.

He is best known for his ability on the rings, but at the 2018 Commonwealth Games he claimed a silver medal in both rings and vault. Courtney is certainly an athlete you won’t want to miss!

Book your Melbourne Arena Parking with Le Garage

If you are planning on watching some of the world’s best gymnasts compete at the highest level, you’ll want to pre-book your car park in advance.

Le Garage has you covered with competitive parking rates and the option of booking online for a discounted rate.

It gets better too! Le Garage is only a 10-minute walk from Melbourne Arena and the entire sporting precinct.

Parking at Le Garage is safe, affordable, and easy – with dual entrance on Flinders Street and Flinders Lane, getting in and out is a breeze.

Click here to book you parking with Le Garage now.

Once you’ve entered your arrival and departure times, add your payment details and we’ll email you a unique code.

Simply enter that code once you arrive at Le Garage – and just like that, your parking is sorted!