Country Australia
City Cairns
Venue Cazaly's Stadium, Cairns
Established 1957
Capacity 12000

About Cazaly's Stadium, Cairns

Named after former VFL legend Roy Cazaly, the Cazaly's Stadium is one of the constructions of the mid 1900’s - 1957 to be precise and is a property of the Queensland Cricket Association. Situated in the district of Queensland, this venue plays host to Australian Football and the Rugby League, apart from cricket. The venue is 5km from Cairns’ central business district and is situated against a hilly backdrop. It hosted its first Test in July 2003 between Australia and Bangladesh and the first ODI between the same teams on August 2, 2003. The stadium boasts of a main stand and seating on the Western side of the ground which was moved from The Gabba when Brisbane was redeveloped in 1995.