Rebranded Australian Sports Museum to open February 17/01/20
The National Sports Museum, home of Australia's largest collection of sporting memorabilia, will be renamed the Australian Sports Museum when it re-opens next month following a $17 million upgrade.
Sport and Stadiums rally for Bushfire Relief 13/01/20
Australian sporting organisations and stadiums are rallying to raise funds for the bushfire relief effort, with initiatives revealed by the AFL, Cricket Australia and Tennis Australia.
$51m Concord Oval redevelopment approved 12/01/20
The major $51 million redevelopment of Sydney’s Concord Oval is set to commence after receiving the final tick of approval.
Countdown on to North Queensland Stadium opening 07/01/20
The new Queensland Country Bank Stadium is just over a month from opening its doors and the centrally-located 25,000-seat stadium in Townsville’s CBD looks the goods.
Fans vote Optus Stadium Australia’s best 03/01/20
Optus Stadium has been crowned Australia’s best stadium in the 2019 Stadium Awards, winning the public vote ahead of Adelaide Oval and the MCG.
Austadiums Year That Was – 2019 01/01/20
It was another strong year for the Austadiums website, and we look back at the year that was in 2019 to see the most viewed content, trends, and most attended stadiums and sporting events.
Ken Rosewall Arena roof unveiled 30/12/19
The new-look Ken Rosewall Arena, featuring its new canopy roof, has officially been unveiled, ahead of the ATP Cup Sydney which commences on Friday.
Boxing Day Test set to remain in Melbourne 28/12/19
The Victorian Government and Cricket Australia are close to a new deal to keep the iconic Boxing Day Test at the Melbourne Cricket Ground into the future.
Bushfire smoke forces end to BBL game at Manuka Oval 22/12/19
Heavy smoke drifting over Manuka Oval from bushfires in southern NSW forced Saturday evening’s BBL match between Sydney Thunder and Adelaide Strikers to end prematurely.
Sydney Football Stadium builder locked in as costs blow out by $100m 19/12/19
The NSW Government has announced John Holland as the builder of the new Sydney Football Stadium, while revealing costs have blown out by $100 million.
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