Trials of alternatives to single use drinking cups are being evaluated at stadium venues in Brisbane, Townsville and on the Gold Coast to help protect Queensland’s great lifestyle.
The ICC Men’s T20 World Cup has come to an end at The Gabba with more than 47,000 fans filling the venue over the three days to watch some of the world’s greatest cricketers at Queensland’s spiritual home of cricket.
The ICC Men’s T20 World Cup will play the internationally famous Gabba wicket over three match days from 30 October to 1 November with four Super 12 Stage games featuring Australia, New Zealand, England, Bangladesh, and Afghanistan.
More than 5,000 pies, 20,000 buckets of chips and 180,000 litres of beer have been trucked into The Gabba as final preparations begin for one of the great rivalries of international sport.
The AFL has today confirmed a start time of 7:20pm AEST for the First Semi Final of the 2021 Toyota AFL
The AFL is pleased to announce the 2021 NAB AFL Women’s Grand Final will be held at 2:00pm AEST / 1:30pm ACST on Saturday, April 17 at either Adelaide Oval, the MCG or The Gabba, with all ticket prices frozen at $10, and kids under 18 free.
The Gabba has joined forces with Eumundi Brewery, with the support of the Brisbane Lions and Brisbane Heat, to brew a special new beer exclusively available to stadium-goers.
Acting on the advice of the Queensland Health and the Queensland Government, Cricket Australia and Stadiums Queensland are working together to ensure the safety of patrons attending the Vodafone Brisbane Test on January 15, with a crowd capacity of 50% at The Gabba.
Cricket Australia confirms date for Gabba Test Match