CONDITIONS OF ENTRY
These Conditions of Entry apply to the AFL and Cricket season. If you are heading to the Taylor Swift Concert, please find concert specific Conditions of Entry on the Taylor Swift Event Page.
BAG AND ESKY RESTRICTIONS (AFL/Cricket Season only)
*See Taylor Swift Event Page for specific concert bag restrictions
Oversized items will be not be permitted into the venue; that is items which are unable to fit under your seat.
Backpacks, baby bags, ladies handbags and gentleman’s satchels will be permitted into the venue.
Bags permitted into the venue must meet the following conditions:
• Maximum bag height – 40 cm
• Maximum bag width – 40 cm
• Maximum bag depth – 40 cm
• Pliable nature (soft to touch)
Bags that do not meet these requirements must be cloaked at a venue match office.
CLOAKING OF PERSONAL ITEMS
Large items that cannot be stowed away may be left at Gate 2, 4, 5, 7 and 9 Match Offices. All care is taken for the items, however no responsibility is taken for items that may be damaged or lost. Patrons cloaking items will be issued with a ticket that they are required to present when collecting their items on departure from the venue. Plastic bags will be provided to those patrons requiring something in which to hold their goods.
GENERAL VENUE ENTRY
Management reserves the right to prohibit entry and evict persons under the influence of drugs or alcohol, who are disorderly, or engage in inappropriate behaviour, vandalism or evade admission charges. Management has the right to refuse entry to patrons carrying prohibited items, or confiscate those items. Breaches of the rules constituting offences may be reported to Police.
By entering the Gabba you agree to:
- Retain your ticket at all times; and
- Follow any lawful staff instruction.
Management reserves the right to refuse entry to any person who does not comply with the conditions of entry.
Patrons with tickets purchased at a concessional price must have available on entry to the venue proof of age or other proof of entitlement to the applicable concession.
Patrons may not be admitted if their tickets are damaged, defaced or have not been purchased from an authorised ticket agent.
Management, through the Qld Police Service, the venue's nominated security contractor or its staff, reserves the right to conduct bag and body searches.
For your safety and security, random electronic surveillance is in use at this venue.
To ensure both patron and player safety, unauthorized entry to the field of play is prohibited (penalties apply).
The throwing of any object in the venue (including on to the field of play) is prohibited and may result in the patron responsible being evicted (penalties apply).
Offensive, discriminatory or anti-social behaviour will not be tolerated and may result in offending patrons being evicted
Under the Tobacco and Other Smoking Products Act 1998 (Qld) smoking is prohibited in all areas of the venue. Patrons who smoke within the Gabba commit an offence under that Act, to which fines apply, and may be evicted from the venue. For more information, please view the Stadiums Queensland Tobacco Legislation webpage.
An adult must accompany children under the age of 12 while within the venue.
Umbrellas must not be raised during play.
Pass-outs may be issued at the discretion of Management.
Security personnel will be deployed at all public entry points from the time they are open, and assigned specific bag searching roles.
Security personnel will request that all patrons carrying bags into the venue open them for inspection. Patrons refusing to consent to a bag search may be refused entry into the venue.
Items confiscated at a gate may be collected from the same gate when the patron exits the ground. No alcohol confiscated will be returned to patrons. Patrons lodging items that have been confiscated will be issued with a ticket that they are required to present when collecting their items on their departure from the venue.
CAMERAS AND RECORDING EQUIPMENT
The use of photographic, video or audio equipment for commercial purposes is not permitted within the venue.
Video and/or audio recorders, commercial digital equipment, camera tripods and/or monopods may be refused entry.
Lenses with a total-focal strength of greater than 200mm are not permitted into the venue.
Items that are refused entry, or that are requested to be removed from the venue, may be cloaked at a venue cloaking facility at the risk of the owner. Items may be confiscated at the discretion of Management as per the Confiscated Items Policy available upon request.
The venue is committed to ensuring the privacy of venue patrons. The venue has traditionally banned the use of still and video cameras in specified areas. New technology enables photographs and videos to be taken with some mobile phones and this is not appropriate in a number of specified public areas.
To ensure patron privacy is maintained, the use of cameras including via mobile telephones with camera interfacing, must not be used in the following specified public areas: Change Rooms, Toilets, Gymnasiums, Aquatic Facilities
Patrons acknowledge that the venue or the hirer may use a patron's image or likeness as part of any recording of the event or match.
Patrons may bring homemade food items to the venue provided that they are packaged appropriately, and the items can be viewed by security if requested.
Deliveries and product from external caterers and commercial outlets are not permitted and will be confiscated and disposed of upon entry to the venue.
BEVERAGES – ALCOHOL
The Gabba is an Alcohol Seating venue. Alcoholic beverages must not be taken into or out of the Gabba. It is an offence for minors to purchase or consume alcohol or for persons to supply alcohol to minors. Alcohol may only be consumed in clearly marked areas of the venue.
It is a condition of the liquor licence for the venue that liquor cannot be brought onto the grounds. Persons, other than the licensee, found bringing liquor onto the grounds are liable for an on the spot fine of $500 up to a maximum fine of $3000 for breaching the Liquor Act 1992.
BEVERAGES - OTHER
All beverage items must have an unbroken seal and must not be contained within a glass container or within a can. Plastic or cardboard containers are suggested forms of beverage containment.
Thermoses containing tea and coffee are allowed. These may be checked by security for liquor licensing reasons.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND OTHER PROHIBITED ITEMS
Loud hailers, megaphones, and musical instruments of any nature (including horns, whistles, and drums) are not permitted into the venue, unless approved by Management prior to the event or as part of an approved match day event.
The following items are also not permitted into the venue:
Aerosol cans, crockery, unsealed bottles, cans, glass containers, dangerous or illegal substances, flares, fireworks or laser pointers
Flags or signs that display political messages
Flags or banners that cover existing venue signage or annoy other guests. Flag poles greater than 1.5 m in length and 2 cm in diameter are not permitted into the venue
Any item (including clothes) that display offensive messages or commercial advertising or promotional messages
Potential weapons as determined by security and police – e.g., knives, chains, studded belts
Any item that could be used as a projectile or could create litter – e.g., pizza cartons, streamers, confetti, ticker-tape
Any item, which in the opinion of Management has the potential to cause injury or harm to another patron
Any items, which in the opinion of Management, has the potential to cause damage to the venue and its facilities
Any item that is deemed oversized, and therefore could not fit under the patrons seat
Other items, which in the reasonable opinion of Management, have the potential to cause nuisance or inconvenience to any other person in the venue will be requested to be removed from the venue or confiscated [as per the Confiscated Items Policy [displayed below]/[available upon request].
Security staff may inform the Qld Police Service (if on site) of the presence of certain prohibited items (e.g. weapons and other dangerous goods) and may seek support from Police Officers in dealing with the items and the patrons intending to bring them into the venue.
Stadiums Queensland is collecting your personal information on CCTV in this area for the purpose of venue security and public safety. Footage may be provided to the Queensland Police Service. All personal information is handled in accordance with the Information Privacy Act 2009.
Scalping or purchase of tickets in breach of the Major Sport Facilities Act 2001 (Qld) is an offence. Penalties of up to $1500 may apply. Patrons who have purchased tickets in such a manner may be refused entry to the venue. For more information, please view the Stadiums Queensland Ticket Scalping webpage.
OTHER TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Except to the extent Stadiums Queensland has been negligent, breached a duty of care or otherwise breached its legal obligations to patrons, each patron:
• assumes all risk of any damage or loss (including property damage, personal injury, economic and consequential loss) however it arises at the venue; and
• brings personal effects into the venue at their own risk and neither Stadiums Queensland nor the hirer will be responsible for any damage to or loss or theft of a patron's personal property.
The event or match may be cancelled, delayed or stopped due to dangerous situations, adverse weather or for any other cause beyond Management's control. Patrons rights to claim for a replacement ticket or refund in such circumstances will be determined by the conditions of sale of tickets by the hirer.
The hirer may add, withdraw or substitute competitors, teams or artists and/or vary advertised material, programmes, prices, seating arrangements, audience capacity, the venue or programme times without liability to the hirer or Stadiums Queensland.
For more Terms and Conditions relative to the AFL season, please view the AFL's Conditions of Entry.
For more Terms and Conditions relative to the 2018-19 cricket season, please view Cricket Australia's Ticket and Entry Conditions.