BB Print Stadium

BB Print Stadium Mackay

BB Print Stadium (previously known as Stadium Mackay) is a 12,000 capacity venue situated in the Queensland regional town of Mackay. The venue was funded by the Australian Federal Government at a cost of $11.3 million and officially opened by Hon Treasurer/Deputy Prime Minister Wayne Swan on Saturday 20th August 2011.

The rectangular venue includes a main grandstand which includes seating for around 1,600 spectators as well 6 internal & 12 external corporate boxes, corporate area and 4 full sized team dressing rooms. The field is well lit with 1000 lux lighting and there is also a 6x4 metre video scoreboard. A hill is situated opposite the grandstand and temporary seating can also be installed for larger events.

The stadium is the home venue of the Mackay Cutters (QLD Cup) and also hosts NRL, NRL trials & football matches. Virgin Australia was the inaugural naming rights holder from the opening until mid-2014. In early 2016, the venue became BB Print Stadium following a new naming-rights deal, which was renewed for a further 4 years in mid-2020.

BB Print Stadium Details

Location
Address
2 Casey Avenue, Mackay QLD 4740  
Capacity
12,000  
Seats
1,600 (13% of capacity)
Highest Crowd since 2003
11,876 - 24/06/12: NRL: Bulldogs v Storm  
Lights
Yes  
Arena Roof
No  
Video Screen
Yes  
Opened
2011
Former/Other Names
Virgin Australia Stadium
Stadium Mackay
Sports Played
Rugby League
Football  
Home Teams
Mackay Cutters (Intrust Super Cup)  
Last Event
Next Event
 
Directions
Parking
1,750 parking spots are available on-site.
Accommodation
See nearby BB Print Stadium hotels and more. VIEW ACCOMMODATION

STADIUMS

AUS CAPITAL TERRITORY Canberra
NEW SOUTH WALES Sydney Newcastle
NORTHERN TERRITORY Darwin
QUEENSLAND Brisbane Gold Coast
SOUTH AUSTRALIA Adelaide
TASMANIA Hobart Launceston
VICTORIA Melbourne Geelong
WESTERN AUSTRALIA Perth
NEW ZEALAND Wellington Auckland

SPORT

AUS FOOTBALL AFL AFLW P/S
RUGBY LEAGUE NRL Trials
FOOTBALL A-League W-League FFA Cup
BASKETBALL NBL WNBL
RUGBY UNION Super Rugby NRC
CRICKET Tests ODI's BBL Sheffield ODD
BASEBALL ABL
GOLF HORSE RACING MOTOR SPORT NETBALL TENNIS OTHER SPORTS
Marley Spoon
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