2019 Holden State of Origin – Travel Packages

Rugby League » Holden State of Origin 2019

Date 05 Jun, 2019 10 Jul, 2019
From $339 AUD per person, twin/double share

Brace yourself, as the thrilling Holden State of Origin returns in 2019 for another legendary series full of pure grit, strength, and discipline. The annual match series is held between the New South Wales Blues and Queensland Maroons and features some of the most bone-crushing tackles and exciting league action on the planet, it’s a game not for the faint hearted. The name ‘State of Origin’ comes from the fact players represent either New South Wales or Queensland based on where they played their first senior rugby league game, hence the name ‘State of Origin’. The event is renowned for being one of Australia’s greatest sporting rivalries, and despite the fact that the State of Origin is a domestic competition, it’s widely regarded to be the the highest-level of League played.


Event official name: 2019 Holden State of Origin
Event start date: 5 June 2019
Event end date: 10 July 2019
Event official website: www.nrl.com/draw/holdenstateoforigin
Event category: NRL
Performers: To be Announced
Event location: Game I: Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane
Game II: Optus Stadium, Perth
Game III: ANZ Stadium, Sydney
Event addresses: Game I: 40 Castlemaine St, Milton QLD 4064
Game II: Roger MacKay Dr, Burswood WA 6100
Game III: Edwin Flack Ave, Sydney Olympic Park NSW 2127 
Packages in range: 3
Package prices from: $339

2019 Holden State of Origin – Travel Packages and P&O Cruises

If you choose to travel with Sportsnet to the 2019 Holden State of Origin you can guarantee a hassle free trip that includes a quality and central hotel, official tickets to the 2019 State of Origin, and an EXCLUSIVE State of Origin 2019 Sportsnet cruise function. You’ll also be happy to know that our 2019 Holden State of Origin travel options will most likely also include a Holden State of Origin P&O cruise!

The Origin juggernaut will return in 2019 and it is sure to be another memorable event for League fanatics. So if you’d love to experience the State of Origin Game 1, 2 or 3 LIVE and in person, please take a moment to register your interest by completing the form below. Once our 2019 State of Origin Travel Packages & Deals are released one of our friendly consultants will then be in touch to discuss the package inclusions and options, as well as your travel requirements in further detail. Sportsnet’s Official 2019 State of Origin travel packages will likely include official tickets, central and quality accommodation an exclusive Sportsnet cruise to the game, and the option of cruising to one or more of the matches with out friends at P&O cruises.

State of Origin 2019 | Highlights


  • Game I, Brisbane

    Birdseye view of Suncorp Stadium - 2019 Holden State of Origin Game I, Brisbane
    From: $339 AUD per person, twin/double share
    Date: 05 Jun, 2019
    Regardless of whether it’s a deadlock at 1-1 and it’s the game to decide it all, or a game just for bragging rights, the Origin series is always thrilling. State of Origin is a game where league fans witness the best players from NSW and QLD lay it all on the line for glory. With the ...
  • Game II, Perth

    2019 State of Origin Game 2 Perth • Sportsnet Holidays
    From: $441 AUD per person, twin/double share
    Date: 23 Jun, 2019
    In 2019 history will be made as Australia’s greatest sporting rivalry is set to be hosted by the ‘City of Endless Sunshine’, Perth, for the very first time! It’s the first time a State of Origin match has been staged outside of New South Wales, Queensland and Victoria. Unlike most Origin games in the past, ...
  • Game III, Sydney

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    From: $385 AUD per person, twin/double share
    Date: 10 Jul, 2019
    State of Origin 2018 Game 1 was billed as one of the most anticipated games in State of Origin history and the series opener in Melbourne didn’t disappoint! Both teams were raring to go before the siren rang. Last year’s winners, the QLD Maroons, a team largely consisting of battle-hardened veterans were looking to make ...