Patrons planning on travelling by car to events at GIO Stadium in the 2018 season are advised that as of January 1, 2018 general parking will increase from $7 to $10 per vehicle, per day. The additional three dollars, the first fee increase in three years, has become necessary in order to cover the additional…Details
Nitro Circus are bringing their; The Next Level Tour to Canberra in March 2018. The Next Level tour will unite the world’s best skaters, rollerbladers, and BMX and motocross riders. In a world where authenticity is rare, Nitro Circus is the only action sports entertainment company that delivers the biggest and best, mind blowing cross platform entertainment…Details
The Green & Gold buzz will descend on Canberra for the first time since 2010 as the Qantas Wallabies host the Los Pumas at Canberra Stadium on Saturday 16 September at 8pm (AEST).
The Rugby Championship is a celebration of Rugby like no other, don’t miss out. Tickets will sell fast so get yours today.
The Plus500 Brumbies have sealed the Australian conference with an emphatic 32-3 victory over the Melbourne Rebels at GIO Stadium on Saturday night. In doing so, the team have secured a home final in Canberra on Friday the 21st of July. With the impeding test window and final away games of the Plus500 Brumbies…Details
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Before the Rugby League World Cup kicks off in October, see the Australian Kangaroo’s take on the New Zealand Kiwi’s in the ultimate top of the table clash. The Kangaroos are back on the top of the table after their victory at the Ladbrokes Four Nations tour & this will be a great test ahead…Details
Please be aware that GIO Stadium will be implementing new security measures upon entry into the venue for all future events, similar to other venues. The measures include increased bag searches and metal detection at entry points. GIO Stadium kindly asks that patrons allow for extra time when entering the venue for all future events.…Details
The Brumbies need your support this Friday evening as they take on their biggest rivals, the NSW Waratahs, at GIO Stadium. The team wants to see a crowd of 20,000 people in the stands and, if this goal is reached, the Brumbies will donate $20,000 to Canberra’s Domestic Violence Crisis Service (DVCS). The Brumbies playing…Details