Stadiums

Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane

Suncorp Stadium

Suncorp Stadium provides Brisbane and south-east Queensland with a 52,500 plus seat capacity, state-of-the art, world-class stadium able to accommodate a range of uses. The site area is 7.42 hectares. The Stadium itself is built on 85,000 m2 and the bus station about 7,000m2. The playing surface is 136 metres x 82 metres and features Strathayr turf.

CBus Super Stadium, Gold Coast

CBus Super Stadium

Cbus Super Stadium, formerly Skilled Park, is located in the suburb of Robina on the Gold Coast and was officially opened in March 2008. The multi-purpose sporting and entertainment stadium was constructed over a two-year period and includes seating for 27,400 spectators.

Central Coast Stadium, Gosford

Central Coast Stadium

Central Coast Stadium was re-opened following its redevelopment in 2000. It’s an all-seater stadium with two identical main grandstands on either side, seating at one end, and nothing at the other end except for the scoreboard and temporary video screen. The stadium provides spectators and players with excellent facilities and is one of the most picturesque venues in Australia.

Hunter Stadium, Newcastle

Hunter Stadium

Hunter Stadium is the centrepiece of the Hunter Venues sports precinct. Originally it was known as the International Sports Centre and it was officially opened by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on the 10th of April 1970. Following redevelopment in June 2011 with top shelf Food & Beverage outlets, corporate facilities, upgraded venue space and the capacity to hold up to 33,000 spectators, Hunter Stadium is now competing on an international level.