The Gabba, Brisbane Cricket Ground, Australia
The Gabba, Brisbane Cricket Ground, Australia Profile

The Gabba, Brisbane, Australia

Located in the countryside of Woolloongabba, Brisbane, the capital of Queensland, Australia. The Gabba is Brisbane’s premier oval sports stadium. The 42,000-capacity venue "The Gabba" was traditionally known as the Brisbane Cricket Ground, but now officially known as The Gabba, named after the suburb in which it is located - Woolloongabba.

The Gabba has hosted athletics, Australian rules football, baseball, concerts, cricket, cycling, rugby league, rugby union, Association football and pony and greyhound racing.

The Gabba is considered to be the truest wicket available in Australia. It generally offers healthy bounce and carry to the quicks while the stroke-makers thrive on the consistent bounce available.

The Gabba usually hosts the first Test match of the season every November. Since its first Test in 1931. It also holds the distinction of being the first Australian venue to host a T20I.

Stadium Details
Owner : Queensland Government
Address : Woolloongabba, Queensland, Australia
End Names : Stanley Street End, Vulture Street End
Home Team : Australia, Queensland
Establishment : 1895
Playing Area : 170.6m long, 149.9m wide
Seating Capacity : 37,000 Approx
Floodlights : Yes
How to Arrive Brisbane Cricket Ground, Australia
Airport : 16.9 Kms - 16 minutes from Brisbane Airport, QLD 4008, Australia
Transport : The nearest train station is Vulture Street Station, which is a 15-minute walk to the ground. Woolloongabba bus station is located directly adjacent to Gate 2 at The Gabba. The nearest taxi rank is located on Ipswich Road.
Local Transport : Train, Bus, Car, Taxi
Landmark : Woolloongabba
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