Rugby Australia is located in Sydney as part of the Sydney Cricket Ground Trust Sports Precinct on the Corner of Moore Park Rd and Driver Avenue in Moore Park.
The Rugby Australia Building was officially opened in Sydney in 2017 and is the first facility of its kind in Australia to house iconic national sporting teams alongside one of the country's leading tertiary education institutions, UTS.
Backed by significant investments by the Australian Government and NSW State Government, the Rugby Australia Building drives more than 100 sporting professionals, with over 700 students and researchers in a facility that provides access to world-class amenities, including state-of-the-art training and research spaces and high-performance laboratories. The Rugby Australia Building is the home of the Wallabies, Buildcorp Wallaroos and the Australian Sevens teams and a national headquarters for Indigenous and grassroots Rugby development.
The building is also the base for the Rugby Australia administration and there is a separate purpose-built broadcast centre for RUGBY.com.au to live stream and create online content.
The Rugby Australia Building was designed by global architecture firm Populous, managed by CBRE Project Management and delivered by AW Edwards.