Sport, tourism & cultureJohn Holland

Sport, tourism & culture

Having delivered some of Australia’s most significant stadiums and iconic cultural precincts, our track record continues to go from strength to strength.

Our design and construction teams understand the needs of operational, brownfield civic, and stadia projects. From Melbourne’s iconic MCG Great South Stand, to the new Marvel Stadium precinct, to Sydney’s Green Square Library and Sydney Football Stadium; we specialise in creating landmark sporting, tourism, and cultural hubs.

Our experience in international stadia and civic design provides invaluable insights, with an evolving knowledge of the emerging technologies shaping future experiences. We offer the unique advantage of specialist in-house engineering expertise – providing fresh thinking, minimising risk, and using innovative methodologies such as BIM to guarantee the success of these highly complex projects.

We provide the ‘unseen’ in stadia and civic environments – resolving capital and operational expenditure requirements that ensure project longevity and continued success long after project handover. 

As Australia’s largest and most experienced constructors of large sporting venues, we’re trusted partners. Beyond this, we’re in the memory-making business; translating client and venue operator needs into magnetic places with outstanding visitor experiences.

Sport, tourism & culture projects

A national landmark and one of our proudest achievements.

One of the largest urban regeneration projects in Australia.

Supercharging sport and entertainment.

Building an icon.

Cementing Australia’s status as a sporting destination.

The home to almost 500 portraits of those who’ve shaped Australia.

A defining moment in Perth’s cultural history.

Kicking off a new era in live entertainment.


John Holland pays respect to the Traditional Owners and Custodiams of the land on which we work and live, and their connections to land, sea and community. We pay our respect to their Elders past and present and extend that respect to all First Nations peoples today.