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AIS Tours

Visit one of Canberra’s most popular tourist attractions and go behind the scenes at Australia’s premier elite sporting precinct. You might catch some of Australia’s top athletes in training, and because every tour is guided by an athlete, you’ll get to ask plenty of questions.

Daily tours

Tours of the AIS operate daily and depart from the AIS Sports Visitor Centre

Times 10.00am, 11.30am, 1.00pm and 2.30pm
Duration 90 minutes

Adults - $18.00
Child (5 - 17 years) - $10.00
Student/Seniors - $13.00
Family (2 adults and up to 3 children) - $49.00

Group tours

From school excursions to community group outings. AIS tours can accommodate tours of all sizes. Guided by an athlete, your group will get an insider's look at Australia's premier sporting precinct. 

Times 8.30am, 10.00am, 11.30am, 1.00pm, 2.30pm, 4.00pm, 5.30pm and 7.30pm
Duration 90 minutes
Prices* Adults - $13.00
Students - $10.00 (school groups get one free adult entry per ten students)
For evening tours - $12.00 per student    

*Prices valid to 31 December 2014

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Learn about sport the fun way! Sportex is an educational and engaging sports experience where you can try wheelchair basketball, virtual downhill skiing, rock climbing, football penalty shootouts, and more. Best of all, Sportex is included as part of every AIS tour.


  • Try out a selection of interactive sports experiences
  • Test your accuracy, speed and strength with our ball skills tester, reaction timesr and more
  • Explore educational exhibits - Sydney 2000 Olympics, Heroes and Legends and Sports Science

Did you know? Sportex complements the school curriculum in Health and Physical Education. For more, visit the Health Active Classroom.

Further information 

Tours are closed on the following days:

  • Christmas Day
  • Boxing Day
  • New Years Day
  • Good Friday

Contact us for further information on (02) 6214 1010

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Did you know?

Matt Cowdrey is Australia's winner of the most Paralympic medals, having won 23 Gold, 7 Silver and 3 Bronze medals.