Bundaberg Rum Stadium, Cazaly's Australian Rules Football Park, Australian Football Park
1957
12,000
Yes
City End, Club End
Queensland
Australian Rules Football, Rugby League, Soccer, Rugby Union
04:30, Fri Oct 24, 2014 (UTC +1000)
Cazaly's Stadium
 

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Australia v Bangladesh - Jul 25-28, 2003 Scorecard
Australia v Sri Lanka - Jul 9-13, 2004 Scorecard
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Australia v Bangladesh - Aug 2, 2003 Scorecard
Australia v Bangladesh - Aug 3, 2003 Scorecard
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Cazaly's Stadium, formally Bundaberg Rum Stadium, has a main stand and seating on the Western side of the ground and standing room around the rest of the ground - the grandstand was actually moved from The Gabba when Brisbane was redeveloped in 1995. It staged its first Test in 2003 as Australia looked to host out-of-season games at remoter locations, although the attendance was disappointing. The venue is 5km from Cairns' central business district and is situated against a hilly backdrop.
Martin Williamson

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A general view of Cairns during Australia's Test against Sri Lanka, July 2003
A general view of Cairns
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