HBF Stadium is a multi-purpose venue located the leafy western suburbs of Perth and has been a part of Perth sport for decades, with the likes of James Crawford, Andrew Vlahov and Ricky Grace pounding the court or the very beginning of stars like Danny Green and Ian Thorpe, this venue has been a home of champions. The compact yet large complex caters for a variety of sport. The indoor arena is the former home of the Perth Wildcasts before they moved to the new Perth Arena in the CBD.
The outside pool is best remembered for the day Ian Thorpe started his rivalry with Grant Hackett in securing the 400m World Championship at the age of 15. This venue is constantly used with some 800,000 patrons a year, it is also the home of the WA Institute of Sports. The venue is used for a variety of sport including, swimming, basketball, netball, and waterpolo. HBF purchased the naming rights to the venue in 2014.