Marley Brown Oval
Marley Brown Oval (commercially known as Gladstone Coal Exporters Sports Complex) is a rugby league ground located in the regional city of Gladstone in Queensland. It has a capacity of around 6,000 and includes a main grandstand with seating for 1,000 which was constructed in 1995. Opposite that is a hill which can fit approximately 4,000 fans.
The first rugby league game was played at Marley Brown Oval in 1976 prior to the Gladstone Leagues Club opening in 1988.
In 2017, the venue received state government funding used to expand the amenities, make it more inclusive for female rugby league players and upgrade the venue to an NRL standard. It hosted its first NRL game in April 2018 when the Gold Coast Titans played the Manly Sea Eagles in front of 5,135 fans.