With the 2018 Commonwealth Games being held on the Gold Coast, many of the sporting stadiums on the Gold Coast had to step up to the plate as host venues for the various competitions. Whilst some of the competitions were held in stadiums elsewhere, the majority were run in revamped and/or purpose-built venues within the Gold Coast. Read about some of them in our blog.
Stadiums Canberra There are a number of excellent sporting venues and stadiums in Canberra that are training and home venues for the ACT’s many national, state and local sporting teams. We’ve identified some of the ones that are associated with Canberra’s national teams in our blog. For group outings to any of these venues, whether it’s to watch your favourite team in action, to attend a conference or just for a great night out, you can rely on Travel Safe’s reliable group transportation in Canberra. Stadiums Canberra – GIO Stadium Canberra (Canberra Stadium) The Canberra Stadium, commercially known as GIO Stadium Canberra and once a general purpose football venue, is now a predominantly rugby facility because of its now rectangular shape. It can also host football (soccer) games but is no longer suitable for AFL games. This is due to the sacrifice of some of the playing field to increase seating capacity for qualifying football games...
Cairns is a major regional centre for sports in Far North Queensland and the international standard of stadiums in Cairns reflects this. All types of sports are played up here including those not traditionally associated with Queensland, like Australian Rules Football.
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With the 2018 Commonwealth Games being hosted on the Gold Coast, some stadiums in Brisbane were used to host various sports and preliminary qualifying events. This in turn meant that new facilities were either purpose-built for the job, or existing facilities underwent upgrades or renovations. Brisbane is therefore privileged to have some of the best stadiums and sporting venues in the country.
Stadiums Adelaide For information about some of the stadiums in Adelaide that are used by their national and state level sporting teams head to our blog. We tell you who trains where, how many people can fit into each of the venues and why you often don’t recognise the names of many of them! It’s all to do with naming rights sponsorship! And if you’d like to visit any of these stadiums, or any of Adelaide’s other sporting precincts, as part of a group, contact us for information about our reliable group transportation in Adelaide. Stadiums Adelaide – SA Aquatic & Leisure Centre The South Australian Aquatic and Leisure Centre is the home venue for the Adelaide Jets Water Polo teams. It’s located on Morphett Road in Oaklands Park in Adelaide and is managed by the YMCA. With a capacity to seat 3,460 spectators, the Centre is a new FINA standard facility that was built to support elite aquatic sports in South Australia. It has already...
There may not be many of them on the Sunshine Coast but when it comes to stadiums, Sunshine Coast has some of the best and most up to date facilities in the area. Most of the venues can host both sporting events as well as a range of other entertainment like concerts and similar. Some also have conference facilities.
After the 2000 Sydney Olympic Games, Sydney had a group of new stadiums. Today those stadiums in Sydney are used to host a range of sporting fixtures such as cricket, rugby league, rugby union, football (soccer), and Australian Rules Football. Check out some of the interesting information about them in our blog.
When it comes to elite stadiums Tasmania has several that are right up there with the best of them. We take a look at them in our blog. There are also a number of other sporting facilities around the state that cater for domestic and state level competitions.