Port Macquarie Regional Stadium was constructed in 1992 with funding assistance from NSW Sport & Recreation, NSW Country Rugby League and Hastings Council.
The playing surface is considered by many to be the number one rugby league facility on the NSW North Coast. The site boasts a newly constructed 1,000-seat grandstand which has transformed the area from a playing field to a genuine high quality regional sports stadium.
Underground irrigation and drainage make the site available on a year round basis and has been used for NRL pre-season matches as well as representative fixtures.
Rugby league is the predominant sport played at the venue, however, rugby union and soccer fixtures, at the elite level, have also been played.
The principal users of the facility are the Port Macquarie Sharks Rugby League Football Club playing in the Country Rugby League Group 2 competition and the Port Macquarie City Cavaliers Rugby League Football Club associated with the Country Rugby League Group 3 competition.