Cazalys Stadium is situated in Cairns, North Queensland, and plays host to Australian Football, Cricket as well as occasional Rugby League games. The venue features a main grandstand and additional seating on the western side plus a hill that surrounds the rest of the playing arena with a total capacity of 15,000. The main grandstand at Cazalys Stadium was relocated to the venue from the Gabba in 1997 and in 2011, a $15 million stadium redevelopment was completed which included new grandstand and players facilities, media box and upgraded lighting.
In 1957 the Cairns Australian Football League named the newly opened ground after legendary VFL player Roy Cazaly. The venue was briefly known as Bundaberg Rum Stadium between 2001-2003 following a naming rights agreement, but has since returned to its original name as Cazalys Stadium. The venue has hosted pre-season AFL games and staged its first game for premiership points in 2011, it has also hosted international cricket and NRL regular season (two North Queensland Cowboys home games in 2001) and trial games.
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Australian Football Park