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Mar

06

2020

Suncorp Stadium: Helpful hints on travelling to the home of Queensland NRL

Suncorp Stadium: Helpful hints on travelling to the home of Queensland NRL

Nestled in Milton, Suncorp Stadium is a 52,500+ seat state-of-the art venue.

Boasting international performances across a variety of events including rugby league, rugby union, soccer, extreme sports, boxing and concerts – there are few things that can match the electric atmosphere of a buzzing Suncorp Stadium.

The home of the mighty Broncos, Suncorp Stadium hosts a variety of events.

However, since 1957, Lang Park (as it was previously named) has been the headquarters for Queensland rugby league.

Like magic, the passion for NRL has permeated through the stadium, drawing in spectators that are spirited about their rugby league and inspiring players to deliver some of the best performances in their sporting careers.

NRL is so deeply entrenched in Australian culture that visiting Brisbane over NRL’s high season and not catching a game is a bit like coming to Australia and not tasting a lamington.

Over the next few months, you can look forward to:

NRL’s Magic Round

The Magic Round kicks off on the first day of May at Suncorp Stadium. Over one weekend, every NRL team will battle it out over 8 captivating games. Expect a tonne of activities, live entertainment and plenty of exclusive giveaways.
To grab tickets, head over to the NRL 2020 Magic Round page.

When to catch the action

Friday 1st May – Sunday 3rd May

State of Origin

Heralded as Australia’s greatest sporting rivalry, each year the QLD Maroons and the NSW Blues battle it out over three big games. In Australia and internationally, State of Origin is considered the biggest event in rugby league.

This year, the third and final game is scheduled for Brisbane’s own Suncorp Stadium. It’s set to be huge, so snap up your tickets over on the NRL site.

When to catch the action

Game 1: Wednesday 3rd June, Adelaide Oval

Game 2: Sunday 21st June, Sydney

Game 3: Wednesday 8th July, Suncorp Stadium

How to get to Suncorp Stadium

On game nights, on-road traffic can become notoriously congested around the Lang Park area.

Avoid the bumper-to-bumper wait times by travelling with Airtrain.

The stadium is located just a short walk from both Milton Station and Roma Street Station.

To simplify your journey and soak up the energetic atmosphere of famous pre-game Caxton Street with other footy fans,  we recommend hopping off at Roma Street Station and making the short walk. In under 15 minutes, you’ll be in the thick of a buzzing crowd at Queensland’s premier sporting stadium.

Cost-effective and with limited stops, Airtrain travels directly from Brisbane Airport to the CBD.

Our Next Generation trains offer plenty of space for you, your family and even the pram (did we mention that Airtrain will never charge for oversized baggage?)

Make use of the free wifi to catch the best moments from the origin games past or kick back and relax in the comfort of Airtrain’s crisp air conditioning.

As always, when you book your Airtrain tickets online ahead of time, you’ll reap the benefit of exclusive online discounts. Head over to Airtrain’s Offers and Discounts page to find the optimal online discount for you and your family.

Travel with Airtrain to Suncorp Stadium and experience the game that stops hearts right across the nation.

For more tips on how to get the best from your upcoming Brisbane trip, head over to the Airtrain Blog.

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