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Where To Watch Super Bowl LII Around Australia

The Super Bowl is the most exciting and highly anticipated American sporting event of the year and, in its 52nd year, it’s bigger and better than ever.

As the New England Patriots prepare to take on the Philadelphia Eagles on Monday, a number of venues around the country are gearing up to screen the match.

Sydney: Bondi Beach Public Bar

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Bondi Beach Public Bar will be screening the Super Bowl and dishing out some authentic American eats from 10AM. Think Philly cheesesteak snack packs, chilli fries and New England fish and chips with smoked clam mayo.

They’re also be adding some American beer and wine into the mix for good measure.

Where: Bondi Beach Public Bar, 180 Campbell Parade, Bondi Beach


Melbourne: The Penny Black

The Penny Black is throwing the biggest Super Bowl party on Melbourne’s north side, showing the game on big screens, with pre-game entertainment starting from 9am.

Food and drinks are covered, with a kilo of wings for $10, buckets of American beer and more burgers than you could poke a stick at. If you’re heading in with a few mates, make a booking to ensure your spot.

Where: The Penny Black, 420 Sydney Road, Brunswick


Brisbane: The Normanby Hotel

The Normanby Hotel, Brisbane’s self-proclaimed “best pub”, will be open from 9am on Super Bowl Monday.

If you’re keen, they’re offering a hearty breakfast of hotdogs and hamburgers. Then, settle in and enjoy the game with friends. What a way to start the week.

Where: The Normanby Hotel,  1 Musgrave Road, Red Hill


Adelaide: Event Cinemas Marion

For a change of pace (and somewhere that’s not a bar), Event Cinemas Marion will be showing the game on the big screen, with pre-entertainment starting at 9:30am.

Take a break from burgers, wings and ribs and opt instead for cinema classics like choc-tops and popcorn, all of which are included in your ticket price. Tickets start at $30 and can be booked online.

Where: Event Cinemas Marion, Westfield Marion, 297 Diagonal Road, Oaklands Park


Canberra: The Duxton

In Canberra, The Duxton is the place to be for all the American Football action.

Doors will open at 11:30am and you can get your hands on 1kg of buffalo wings for $15 all day — a good excuse as any to pop in, we say.

Where: The Duxton, 8 Macpherson Street, O’Connor


Perth: Mustang Bar

Mustang Bar in Northbridge is showing Super Bowl LII across all 11 of their huge screens, which are kitted out with surround sound, giving you the most immersive experience in Perth.

It has tonnes of $5 specials, including breakfast tacos, waffles, American beer and Bloody Marys. Sounds bloody good to us.

Where: Mustang Bar, 46 Lake Street, Northbridge


Hobart: Onyx Bar at Wrest Point

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Onyx Bar at Wrest Point is Hobart’s number one destination for all things sport. It’ll be showing all the Super Bowl action on multiple screens from 10am.

It also has extensive food and drinks menus, sure to cater to whatever sports-watching cravings that may strike. It’s the best way to watch the Super Bowl in style.

Where: Onyx Bar at West Point, 410 Sandy Bay Road, Sandy Bay


Darwin: The Hotel Darwin

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The Hotel Darwin is one of Darwin’s top sports bars, and you better believe it’ll be screening the Super Bowl on Monday on all seven full-HD TVs.

It’ll all kick off at 9am and, if you choose to settle in for the day, happy hour kicks off from 4pm. There’s also a 1.5kg burger challenge if you’re keen.

Where: The Darwin Hotel, 39 Mitchell Street, Darwin City

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