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Suncorp Stadium, Brisbane

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Considered the best rectangular stadium in Australia, Suncorp Stadium is a state-of-the-art sports and outdoor concert venue. With a capacity of over 52,000 visitors, the stadium hosts national and international rugby and soccer matches, as well as numerous musical concerts and cultural events. Stop by the venue to experience that classic Australian match day atmosphere and enjoy the action from the enclosed stands situated on the sidelines. The stadium is close to a number of popular pubs, restaurants, cafes, bars, and breweries. When planning your visit keep in mind that there is no public parking at the stadium, though paid parking stations are available within walking distance. The site is also easily accessible by a number of city buses and trains. To visit Suncorp Stadium on your trip to Brisbane, use our Brisbane itinerary builder.
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  • Great sporting venue. Pretty much every seat is a good seat for viewing the action on field. Offers the standard food but reasonable coffee  more »
  • Not a bad seat in the house! Great Stadium for watching rugby tests - close to the action, lots of cover and facilities are good. No problems with crowds in or out of the stadium and good public trans...  more »
  • Easy stadium to get to. Easy to navigate inside. Plenty of bathrooms and food areas. Easy to leave also- many busses and trains!  more »
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  • Nice stadium with great atmosphere especially during sporting events and concerts. Friendly and efficiently managed staff. The fast food and beverage prices within the stadium are a bit ludicrus. Best to visit a local establishment for better options at a respectable price before/after the stadium visit.
  • Every seat is a great seat with clear views of the field. The atmosphere here is just something else entirely. Find yourself a cheap tickets to a Friday night game and do it at least once.
  • Great venue! Very easy to get to Suncorp using public transport and really easy to get in to and get out of the stadium. Great views from any seat for sporting events and the atmosphere is unbelievable!! Electric! Can't wait to go again.
  • Probably the best football stadium I've been too. Easy entry and exit by bus and rail. Good bars and eateries nearby.
  • Simply the best stadium in SEQld. Not a single bad seat in the house. Even at the back you wont feel too far from the action. Food quality is poor, but there are many many great options a walk away. Drink prices are average.

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