Brisbane, home to The Gabba and Allan Border Field, will be one of the eight host cities for the ICC T20 World Cup 2020.
ABOUT THE GABBA
The Gabba has been the home of cricket in Queensland since 1896 and is well known throughout the cricketing world for hosting all forms of international cricket, as well as Sheffield Shield matches.
It traditionally hosts the first Test match of the Australian summer and will provide a fun and lively atmosphere for fans attending the ICC T20 World Cup.
The Gabba is world renowned for its ‘true’, hard, fast and bouncy pitches - perfect for T20 cricket!
Brisbane will host four ICC Men's T20 World Cup matches at The Gabba, including hosts Australia on 31 October. Tickets are on sale now!
Australia’s New World City and Queensland’s capital is a burgeoning tourism destination, constantly evolving with new venues and experiences. Visitors will discover lively precincts with world-class restaurants, museums, galleries, vibrant outdoor venues, beautiful parklands, eclectic bars, boutiques and high-end shopping.
Brisbane has an ever-expanding events scene, with exclusive shows, significant international exhibitions and major sporting events. Visitors can enjoy Brisbane’s enviable outdoor climate by exploring the city centre with a free Brisbane Greeters walking tour, join a bicycle tour or relaxing river cruise – or take to the skies with a hot air balloon experience.
Highlights include feeding wild dolphins at Tangalooma Island Resort or cuddling koalas and hand-feeding kangaroos at Lone Pine Koala Sanctuary. The second- and third-largest sand islands in the world – North Stradbroke and Moreton Islands – provide two of the best land-based whale-watching vantage points along the Australian coast during the winter months, while World Heritage-listed rainforests are within 90 minutes of the city.
To complement the city’s famous outdoor lifestyle and sub-tropical climate, Brisbane’s proximity to fresh produce brings food from the region’s paddocks to your plate. Chefs from around the world move to the city to take advantage of its diverse gastronomic scene. With an array of award-winning restaurants and bars, discover Brisbane’s culinary precincts including the Eagle Street Pier, James Street and South Bank’s River Quay.
Brisbane is a safe and welcoming city full of friendly, helpful people ready to make visitors welcome. To find out where to eat, drink, shop, stay and play, go to:
GETTING TO THE VENUE
|Travel||Public Transport is the best way to get to The Gabba and is included FREE with your event ticket.|
|Public Transport link||https://jp.translink.com.au/plan-your-journey/journey-planner|
The Gabba is a public transport destination. There are no public car parks at The Gabba and fifteen minute parking limits apply across most of The Gabba Traffic Area on event days. Find out more about parking restrictions around The Gabba on the Brisbane City Council website.
At The Gabba we are committed to delivering access to great events for everyone, which includes providing the following services for people with a disability.
|Venue Entry Condition/Venue Regulations||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.
|ATM Locations||There are no ATMs available inside the stadium. All merchandise and catering outlets are equipped with EFTPOS facilities.|
|Lost Property||Items left at the stadium on event days can be collected from The Gabba Office at Gate 7 during regular business hours.|
|First Aid||First Aid facilities are available at Gate 2, Gate 4, Gate 7 and Gate 9.|
|Food & Drink||Patrons are not permitted to bring in food or beverages from commercial outlets. However, homemade food, sealed bottled water and sealed non-alcoholic beverages in plastic bottles are permitted. Food and beverages can also be purchased inside the venue.|
|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.
|Child Entry Policy||Depending on the event you are attending, your child may not need a ticket if they do not occupy a seat. This is up to the discretion of the club or promoter.|
|Concessions||Concession availability and entitlements vary from event to event, depending on the club or promoter. Information about concession tickets will be provided at point of sale on the ticketing website:
|Pass Outs||If you wish you exit and re-enter The Gabba at any time during an event, please retain your ticket for scanning upon exit and re-entry.|
|No Smoking Policy||The Gabba is a smoke-free venue. Patrons must exit the stadium if they wish to smoke. This includes e-cigarettes. Please ensure you keep your event ticket to be scanned upon exit and re-entry to the venue.|
|Merchandise?||Selected merchandise will be available for purchase at The Gabba on event day.|
|Anti-social behaviour||If patrons require assistance or experience anti-social behaviour they can SMS The Gabba Assist Line on 0427 594 931.|
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