List of sports venues in Australia

The following is a list of sports venues in Australia.

National league stadiumsEdit

Venues for Australian rules football, cricket, rugby league, rugby union, and soccer are listed here, if they are a regular venue of:

An asterisk indicates that the tenant does not use the venue as their primary home venue.

Stadium City State Shape Capacity Tenants
Melbourne Cricket Ground Melbourne Victoria Oval 100,024 (88,000 in FIFA matches) [1] Australian rules football: Collingwood, Hawthorn, Melbourne, Richmond
Cricket: Australia, Victoria, Melbourne Stars
Soccer: Australia*
Rugby league: New South Wales*, Queensland*
Stadium Australia Sydney New South Wales Convertible 83,500 [2] Rugby league: Australia, New South Wales, Canterbury Bulldogs, South Sydney Rabbitohs, Wests Tigers
Rugby union: Australia, New South Wales Waratahs*
Soccer: Australia, Western Sydney Wanderers*
Perth Stadium Perth Western Australia Convertible 61,266 (expandable to 70,000) Australian rules football: West Coast Eagles, Fremantle Dockers
Cricket: Australia, Western Australia, Perth Scorchers
Adelaide Oval Adelaide South Australia Oval 53,583 Australian rules football: Adelaide, Port Adelaide
Cricket: Australia, South Australia, Adelaide Strikers
Soccer: Adelaide United*
Lang Park Brisbane Queensland Rectangular 52,500 (65,000 proposed in future) Rugby league: Australia, Queensland, Brisbane Broncos
Rugby union: Australia, Queensland Reds
Soccer: Australia*, Brisbane Roar
QSAC Stadium Brisbane Queensland Oval 48,500[3] Soccer: Brisbane Roar FC (women)
Sydney Cricket Ground Sydney New South Wales Oval 48,000 Australian rules football: Sydney
Cricket: Australia, New South Wales, Sydney Sixers
Rugby league: Sydney Roosters*
Rugby union: New South Wales Waratahs*
Docklands Stadium Melbourne Victoria Convertible 56,347[4] Australian rules football: Carlton, Essendon, North Melbourne, St Kilda, Western Bulldogs
Cricket: Melbourne Renegades
Rugby league Melbourne Storm*
Rugby union: Australia
Soccer: Australia, Melbourne Victory*
Brisbane Cricket Ground Brisbane Queensland Oval 42,000[5][6] Australian rules football: Brisbane Lions
Cricket: Australia, Queensland, Brisbane Heat
Kardinia Park Geelong Victoria Oval 36,000[7][8] Australian rules football: Geelong
Soccer: Melbourne Victory*
Cricket: Victoria*, Australia*
Hunter Stadium Newcastle New South Wales Rectangular 33,000 Rugby league: Newcastle Knights
Soccer: Newcastle Jets
Melbourne Rectangular Stadium Melbourne Victoria Rectangular 30,050 Rugby league: Australia, Melbourne Storm
Rugby union: Melbourne Rebels, Melbourne Rising
Soccer: Australia, Melbourne City, Melbourne Victory
Western Sydney Stadium Parramatta New South Wales Rectangular 30,000 Rugby league: Australia, Parramatta Eels, Wests Tigers, Canterbury Bulldogs
Rugby union: New South Wales Waratahs*, Australia
Soccer: Australia, Western Sydney Wanderers*
Carrara Stadium Gold Coast Queensland Oval 24,526 (40,000 in 2018 Commonwealth Games)[9] Australian rules football: Gold Coast Suns
Robina Stadium Gold Coast Queensland Rectangular 27,400 Rugby league: Gold Coast Titans
Willows Sports Complex Townsville Queensland Rectangular 26,500 Rugby league: North Queensland Cowboys
Brisbane Exhibition Ground Brisbane Queensland Oval 25,490[10] Australian Baseball League: Brisbane Bandits
Canberra Stadium Canberra Australian Capital Territory Rectangular 25,011 Rugby league: Canberra Raiders
Rugby union: Brumbies
North Queensland Stadium Townsville Queensland Rectangular 25,000 2020 Rugby league: North Queensland Cowboys
Princes Park Melbourne Victoria Oval 24,568 AFLW: Carlton
Sydney Showground Stadium Sydney New South Wales Oval 24,000 Australian rules football: GWS
Cricket: Sydney Thunder
Soccer: Western Sydney Wanderers*
WACA Perth Western Australia Oval 20,000[11] Cricket: Australia, Western Australia, Perth Scorchers
Ballymore Stadium Brisbane Queensland Rectangular 18,000[12] Rugby union: Queensland Reds*
Wollongong Showground Wollongong New South Wales Rectangular 23,000[13] Rugby league: St George Illawarra Dragons
Brookvale Oval Sydney New South Wales Rectangular 23,000 Rugby league: Manly-Warringah Sea Eagles
Rugby union: New South Wales Waratahs*
Leichhardt Oval Sydney New South Wales Rectangular 20,000[14] Rugby league: Wests Tigers
Penrith Stadium Sydney New South Wales Rectangular 22,500 Rugby league: Penrith Panthers
Norwood Oval Adelaide South Australia Oval 22,000 AFLW: Adelaide Crows
Australian Baseball League: Adelaide Bite
Jubilee Oval Sydney New South Wales Rectangular 20,500[15] Rugby league: St George Illawarra Dragons
Endeavour Field Sydney New South Wales Rectangular 22,000 Rugby league: Cronulla-Sutherland Sharks
University of Tasmania Stadium Launceston Tasmania Oval 21,000[16] Australian rules football: Hawthorn*
Campbelltown Stadium Sydney New South Wales Rectangular 20,000[17] Rugby league: Wests Tigers
Soccer:Western Sydney Wanderers
Perth Oval Perth Western Australia Rectangular 20,500 Rugby union: Western Force
Soccer: Perth Glory
Central Coast Stadium Gosford New South Wales Rectangular 20,059 Soccer: Central Coast
Rugby league: Sydney Roosters*, South Sydney Rabbitohs*
North Sydney Oval Sydney New South Wales Oval 16,000[18] Cricket: New South Wales Blues*
Rugby league: North Sydney Bears
Lavington Sports Ground Albury New South Wales Oval 20,000 Cricket: Sydney Thunder*
Rugby league: Manly Sea Eagles*
Australian rules football: Lavington Panthers
Soccer: Murray United
Queen Elizabeth Oval Bendigo Victoria Oval 10,000[19] Australian rules football: Essendon*
Blundstone Arena Hobart Tasmania Oval 19,500 Australian rules football: North Melbourne*, Clarence
Cricket: Australia*, Tasmania, Hobart Hurricanes, Prime Minister's XI
North Hobart Oval Hobart Tasmania Convertible 18,000 Rugby league Melbourne Storm*
Barlow Park Cairns Queensland Rectangular 18,000 Rugby league South Sydney Rabbitohs*
Fremantle Oval Perth Western Australia Oval 17,500 AFLW: Fremantle Dockers
Hindmarsh Stadium Adelaide South Australia Rectangular 16,500 Soccer: Adelaide United
Marrara Oval Darwin Northern Territory Oval 14,000 Cricket: Australia*
Australian rules football: Melbourne*
Rugby league: Parramatta Eels*
Manuka Oval Canberra Australian Capital Territory Oval 13,550 Australian rules football: GWS*
Cricket: Australia*, Prime Minister's XI
Cazaly's Stadium Cairns Queensland Oval 12,000 Australian rules football: Western Bulldogs*
Lakeside Stadium Melbourne Victoria Rectangular, with Athletics track 12,000 Athletics: Athletics Australia
Soccer: South Melbourne
Casey Fields Melbourne Victoria Oval 12,000 AFLW: Melbourne Demons
Whitten Oval Melbourne Victoria Oval 12,000 AFLW: Western Bulldogs
Dolphin Stadium Brisbane Queensland Rectangular 12,000 Rugby league: Redcliffe Dolphins
Eureka Stadium Ballarat Victoria Oval 11,000 Australian rules football: North Ballarat Football Club.
Traeger Park Alice Springs Northern Territory Oval 10,000 Australian rules football: Melbourne*
Morshead Park Ballarat Victoria Rectangular 8,500 Soccer: Ballarat Red Devils.
Wade Park Orange New South Wales Oval 8,000 Rugby union : New South Wales Country Eagles
Soccer : Central Coast Mariners*
Browne Park Rockhampton Queensland Rectangular 5,000 Rugby league: Central Queensland Capras
Drummoyne Oval Sydney New South Wales Oval 5,000 Australian rules football: Greater Western Sydney Giants (AFLW)
Cricket: Cricket Australia XI*, New South Wales Blues*, Sydney Sixers (WBBL)*
Karen Rolton Oval Adelaide South Australia Oval 5,000 Cricket: South Australia*, Southern Stars*
Allan Border Field Brisbane Queensland Oval 4,500 Cricket: Cricket Australia XI, Queensland Bulls*, Queensland Fire, Southern Stars*
Dorrien Gardens Perth Western Australia Rectangular 4,000 Soccer: Perth Glory (W-League)
Baseball Park Perth Western Australia Diamond 4,000 Australian Baseball League: Perth Heat
Melbourne Ballpark Melbourne Victoria Diamond 3,900 Australian Baseball League: Melbourne Aces
McKellar Park Canberra Australian Capital Territory Rectangular 3,500 Soccer: Canberra United FC
Olympic Park Oval Melbourne Victoria Oval 3,000 AFLW: Collingwood
South Pine Sports Complex Brisbane Queensland Oval 3,000 AFLW: Brisbane Lions
Blacktown Baseball Stadium Sydney New South Wales Diamond 3,000 Australian Baseball League: Sydney Blue Sox
Narrabundah Ballpark Canberra Australian Capital Territory Diamond 2,250 Australian Baseball League: Canberra Cavalry
Hurstville Oval Sydney New South Wales Oval 1,000 Cricket: Cricket Australia XI, New South Wales*, Southern Stars*
Holloway Field Brisbane Queensland Diamond 1,000 Australian Baseball League: Brisbane Bandits*
Sunshine Coast Stadium Sunshine Coast Queensland Rectangular 12,000 Soccer: Sunshine Coast FC
Rugby league: Sunshine Coast Falcons, Melbourne Storm*
Rugby union: Sunshine Coast Rugby Union, Queensland Country

Future national league stadiums and major redevelopmentsEdit

Stadium City/Town State Shape Capacity Completion Tenants
Campbelltown Stadium Leumeah New South Wales Rectangular 18,000 2023 Soccer: Macarthur FC
Wyndham Stadium Tarneit Victoria Rectangular 15,000 2021 Soccer: Western United
Eureka Stadium redevelopment Ballarat Victoria Oval 13,000–15,000 2021 Australian rules football: Western Bulldogs
The Reserve, Springfield Springfield Queensland Oval 10,000 2021 Australian rules football: Brisbane Lions AFLW
Sydney Football Stadium (2022) Sydney New South Wales Rectangular 45,000 2022 Rugby league: Sydney Roosters
Soccer: Sydney FC
New Canberra Stadium Canberra ACT Rectangular 30,000 (upgradeable to 45,000) Before 2030 Rugby league: Canberra Raiders
Rugby union: Brumbies
CQ Stadium Rockhampton Queensland Rectangular 20,000+ Undetermined Rugby league: Proposed CQ NRL Team
WACA redevelopment Perth Western Australia Oval 10,000+ 2021/22 Australian rules football: WAFL
Cricket: Western Australia

Indoor venuesEdit

Venues for Basketball (men's and women's), Ice Hockey and Netball are listed here, if they are a regular venue of:

An asterisk indicates that the tenant does not use the venue as their primary home venue.

Stadium City State Capacity Tenants
Qudos Bank Arena Sydney New South Wales 21,032 Basketball: Sydney Kings
Netball: New South Wales Swifts*
Rod Laver Arena Melbourne Victoria 16,200 Tennis: Australian Open
Perth Arena Perth Western Australia 14,846 Basketball: Perth Wildcats
Netball: West Coast Fever
Tennis: Hopman Cup, ATP Cup
Brisbane Entertainment Centre Brisbane Queensland 14,500 Basketball: Brisbane Bullets*
Adelaide Entertainment Centre Adelaide South Australia 12,000 Netball: Australia Netball Diamonds*
Melbourne Arena Melbourne Victoria 10,500 Basketball: Melbourne United
Netball: Melbourne Vixens
Tennis: Australian Open
Ken Rosewell Arena Sydney New South Wales 10,500 Tennis: Sydney International, ATP Cup
Titanium Security Arena Adelaide South Australia 8,000 Basketball: Adelaide 36ers
Basketball: Adelaide Lightning
Netball: Adelaide Thunderbirds*
Margaret Court Arena Melbourne Victoria 7,500 Netball: Melbourne Vixens*
Tennis: Australian Open
Pat Rafter Arena Brisbane Queensland 7,000 Tennis: Brisbane International, ATP Cup
Icehouse Melbourne Victoria 6,500 Ice Hockey: Melbourne Ice
Ice Hockey: Melbourne Mustangs
WIN Entertainment Centre Wollongong New South Wales 6,000 Basketball: Illawarra Hawks
Gold Coast Convention and Exhibition Centre Gold Coast Queensland 6,000 Netball: Queensland Firebirds*
Cairns Convention Centre Cairns Queensland 5,300 Basketball: Cairns Taipans
AIS Arena Canberra Australian Capital Territory 5,200 Basketball: Canberra Capitals*
State Sports Centre Sydney New South Wales 5,006 Netball: New South Wales Swifts
HBF Stadium Perth Western Australia 4,500 Netball: West Coast Fever*
Brisbane Convention & Exhibition Centre Brisbane Queensland 4,000 Basketball: Brisbane Bullets
Netball: Queensland Firebirds
State Netball and Hockey Centre Melbourne Victoria 3,500 Basketball: Melbourne United*
Priceline Stadium Adelaide South Australia 3,200 Netball: Adelaide Thunderbirds
State Basketball Centre Melbourne Victoria 3,200 Basketball: Melbourne Boomers
Townsville RSL Stadium Annandale Queensland 2,500 Basketball: Townsville Fire
Dandenong Basketball Stadium Dandenong Victoria 2,200 Basketball: Dandenong Rangers
Central Queensland University Rockhampton Queensland 2,000+ Netball: Capricorn Claws
Bendigo Stadium Bendigo Victoria 2,000+ Basketball: Bendigo Spirit
Geelong Arena Geelong Victoria 2,000+ Basketball: Geelong Supercats
Southern Cross Stadium Canberra Australian Capital Territory 2,000 Basketball: Canberra Capitals
Bendat Basketball Centre Perth Western Australia 2,000 Basketball: West Coast Waves
IceArenA Adelaide South Australia 2,000 Ice hockey: Adelaide Adrenaline
Lauren Jackson Sports Centre Albury New South Wales 1,100 Basketball: Albury Wodonga Bandits
University of Sydney Sydney New South Wales 1,000 Basketball: Sydney Uni Flames
Phillip Ice Skating Centre Canberra Australian Capital Territory 1,000 Ice Hockey: CBR Brave

See alsoEdit

External linksEdit


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  13. ^ "WIN Stadium". Austadiums. Retrieved 31 August 2019.
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  15. ^ "Jubilee Oval". Austadiums. Retrieved 31 July 2019.
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  19. ^ "Queen Elizabeth Oval". Austadiums. Retrieved 31 August 2019.