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stadium facts & FAQ's

Bluetongue Stadium is situated on the scenic Central Coast in Gosford, on the corner of Dane Drive & Central Coast Highway (formerly Pacific Highway). The stadiums picturesque views over and along the Brisbane water makes Bluetongue stadium an ideal venue to hold many events.

Formally known as Grahame Park in the Late 1990’s, the construction of Bluetongue Stadium was completed in February 2000, bringing a one of a kind multifunctional facility to Gosford’s foreshore.

Bluetongue Stadium has played host too many events including, International Rugby Union, National Rugby League and National A-League Football matches, branching out to boxing, motor cross and open-air rock concerts as well as a multitude of local sporting and community events.

The arrival of the Central Coast Mariners in 2005/06 provides the sports public of the Central Coast with their first exclusively owned and nationally exposed sporting team.

frequently asked questions.....

    Q’s       What is the full capacity of the stadium? 
    A’s        Bluetongue Stadium can hold up to 20,059 spectators 

    Q’s      What is the capacity for disabled seating and carers seating?
    A’s       The stadium can hold up to 100 wheelchair positions and can be accommodated by 100
                carer seats. 

    Q’s      Are there lifts available for use at the stadium? 
    A’s       Yes there is a lift on both the western and eastern sides of the stadium near the turnstile
                entries. 

    Q’s        Is the venue a non-smoking venue? 
    A’s        Yes Bluetongue stadium is a non smoking venue. There are designated areas outside the 
                 grounds for smoking usage. 

    Q’s        Where are the closest available parking stations? 
    A’s         Parking is available in either Baker St Car Park, which is approximately 100m away, and 
                 free parking is available 300m away at Gosford Train station. Click Here for further 
                 information about parking and how to get to the Stadium.

    Q's        What type of food can I bring into the stadium?
    A's         The following foods / items are among those permitted into Bluetongue Stadium: 

    • Homemade foods, packaged snack foods (potato chips, chocolate, lollies etc)
    • Plastic bottles, Thermos, small Esky / carry bag (must be able to fit under a seat)
    • Small supporter flags and banners (see previous point)

For further information about the stadium please go to Stadium entry conditions – Click Here