Sydney Entertainment Centre (later known as Qantas Credit Union Arena) was a multi-purpose arena located in Haymarket, Sydney, Australia. It opened in May 1983, to replace Sydney Stadium, which had been demolished in 1970 to make way for the Eastern Suburbs railway line. The centre was owned by the Sydney Harbour Foreshore Authority, which administered the neighbouring Darling Harbour area, and managed under a lease.
It was one of Sydney's larger concert venues, licensed to accommodate over 13,000 people as a conventional theatre or 8,000 as a theatre-in-the-round. It was the largest permanent concert venue in Sydney until 1999, when the Sydney Super Dome opened at Sydney Olympic Park. The venue averaged attendances of 1 million people each year and hosted concerts, family shows, sporting events and corporate events. It was demolished in January 2016.
Enjoy Yourself Tour
Kylie first performed at the arena in 1990, as part of her Enjoy Yourself Tour.
Rhythm of Love Tour
Kylie performed four shows at the arena in 1991, as part of her Rhythm of Love Tour.
On a Night Like This Tour
Kylie performed a total of eleven shows at the arena during her On a Night Like This Tour, the last scene shows closing the tour out.
Kylie performed six shows at the arena in 2002 as part of her KylieFever2002 tour.
Showgirl: The Homecoming Tour
Kylie returned to the arena in 2006, where she commenced her Homecoming tour. She was originally scheduled to perform three shows as part of her Showgirl tour in 2005, but had to cancel the shows, along with the rest of the tour, due to her cancer diagnosis.
Aphrodite: Les Folies
Kylie performed three shows to a total of 26,000 fans at the arena, as part of her Aphrodite: Les Folies Tour.
Kiss Me Once Tour
Kylie returned to the arena in 2015, under a new name of Qantas Credit Union Arena, as part of five Australian shows in her Kiss Me Once Tour.