Browne Park is a rectangular football venue located in Rockhampton, central Queensland. Originally a rugby union ground when it opened in 1890, the ground has primarily hosted rugby league from 1918 onwards. It was most recently upgraded in 2004 with the construction of a new grandstand and upgraded lighting. There are now two grandstands, the Rockhampton Leagues Club at one end and a grass hill at the other - with a total capacity of 8,000, including seating for 5,200 spectators. Queensland Cup team Central Queensland Capras call Browne Park home, while it hosted its first ever NRL game for premiership points in August 2021.